Heavy traffic has always been a problem in Baguio City especially during summer and holidays. Due to the high influx of vehicles, there have been one proposal after another to convert open spaces into parking lots. The city is also trying its best not to allow parking in any area to avoid clogging of roads. Just look at these NO PARKING signs!
Is there a solution to this then? Should it be additional parking spaces?
The most practical solution to this is – minimizing the use of our vehicles. Easier said than done right? But we can do it one step at a time. And to start with this, I encourage everyone to start walking and enjoy the city’s embracing breeze.
To help promote our city as THE CITY OF WALKING PEOPLE, here are my top 5 favorite spots where you can start training yourself to get used to walking around the city:
Whew! Now we finally come to the end of this article. Napagod kayo ano? Just a reminder, wherever you jog or walk sa Baguio, paalala lang po…
Let us go back to loving our city once again because there is no other place like Baguio. I may not have experienced the old Baguio that our predecessors first fell in love with but I am of the view that there is so much to preserve than develop.
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Dexter Diwas is a Strengths Advocate. He reaches the world by conducting Strengths Coaching and Strengths Awareness Sessions online for individuals, teams, and organizations.
As a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, he uses Clifton-Strengths Finder Assessment to help people discover their talents, embrace what they are naturally good and start leading an engaged life.
He is also a lawyer by profession and has moved from being a litigator to a full-time preventive lawyer.
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