MMDA Memorandum Circular No. 05, s. 2010

Published: 2010-08-10

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Tags: departmental issuances, Metro Manila Development Authority REPUBLIKA NG PILIPINAS


Pangasiwaan sa Pagpapaunlad ng Kalakhang Maynila

(Metropolitan Manila Development Authority)

Memorandum Circular: 05

Series of 2010


FROM: Guidelines in the Selection of Traffic Enforcer of the Week / Month


The Traffic and Transport Management Office (TTMO) is one of the frontline offices of MMDA and is in charge of setting policies concerning traffic in Metro Manila. It is also responsible in coordinating and regulating the implementation of all programs and projects concerning traffic management specifically those that pertains to enforcement, engineering and education.

To date, the TTMO has a total manpower of 2,807,78% of which comprises the Traffic Enforcement Teams (2,210) deployed along the major thoroughfares of Metro Manila to man traffic, ensure a smooth traffic flow to promote efficient, safe and convenient movement of persons and goods in Metro Manila.

Considering that Traffic Enforcers have been noted for their dedication to their job even under adverse weather conditions and considering further that their character depicts the image of the Authority, it is but fitting to reward the Traffic Enforcers who have rendered public service in the performance of their duties.


The “Traffic Enforcer of the Week/Month” is being launched to reward outstanding Traffic Enforcers in order to encourage efficiency, productivity and further improve the integrity of public service particularly in the field of traffic management.


Scope – The Program shall apply to all traffic officers and enforcers performing traffic direction and control functions, whether regular, casual or job order status;

Categories –

1. Selection of the “Traffic Enforcer of the Week”

2. Selection of the “Traffic Enforcer of the Month”

Qualifications – nominated traffic officers / enforcers must meet the following criteria:

Must be in the service for not less than six (6) months at the time of the nomination;

Have been rated Very Satisfactory for the last performance rating period prior to the nomination;

Has no pending administrative or criminal case nor implicated in any reported illegal activities;

Has not incurred absences during the week/month.

Criteria for Evaluation:

Reliability, effectiveness and consistency in the performance of his/her assigned traffic direction and control functions;

Impact of the performance/achievement to his/her particular traffic district;

Courageous and selfless act in the performance of the traffic direction and control functions;

Performance and contributions to the improvement of the traffic management in his/her assigned area;

Consistent compliance to all MMDA Standard Operating Procedures for traffic management operations and to Civil Service and MMDA rules and regulations;

Procedure for Nomination:

Written nominations may come from the public, direct supervisors and/or any MMDA officer/supervisor who have seen or have knowledge of the worthy performance and/or exemplary behavior of the traffic officer/enforcer.

The recommending supervisor/official/private person must state and cite justifications on why the accomplishments are considered noteworthy or exceptional;

Nominations shall be submitted to the Director IV, Traffic and Transport Management Office (TTMO) for information and further comment;

The TTMO shall submit the recommendation to the Administrative Service duly endorsed by the TTMO Director;

Deadline for submission of weekly nominations shall be every Thursday of the week;

The “Traffic Enforcer of the Week” award shall be presented/awarded during the Flag Raising Ceremony immediately succeeding the week when he/she was selected;

The selected “Traffic Enforcer of the Week” shall automatically vie for the “Traffic Enforcer of the Month”;

Said nomination shall be subject for review/verification by the Administrative Service.

Awards and Incentives:

A Certificate of Recognition shall be given to the Awardee stating the category of the award. Monetary award shall be granted in accordance with the MMDA Program on Awards and Incentives for Services Excellence (PRAISE).

Effectivity: This Circular shall take effect upon approval.



[August 6, 2010]

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