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ON-THE-JOB TRAINING
At
CEBU CITY TRAFFIC OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
(CITOM)

In Partial Fulfillment of
the Requirements for
Bachelor of Science
In
Information Technology

Submitted by:

Submitted to:

(Date)

I. Table of Contents
II. Brief History/Background of the company
III. Summary of the OJT Experience
IV. Assessment of the OJT/Practicum Program
a. New Knowledge and attitudes, and Skills Required
b. Theories actually seen in Practice
c. Feedback that can be given to the company or institution
d. Benefits gained
e. Problems encountered
V. Appendices
A. Company brochure and/or pamphlet
B. endorsement letter
C. Training Plan
D. Signed Waiver form
E. Daily Time Record
F. Quarterly Performance Appraisal
G. Certificate of Completion

INTRODUCTION
BRIEF HISTORY of the COMPANY

In 1987, the City of Cebu started to experience the severe strain in its transport capacity resulting in the threatening of the city's continued viability and livability. There were several government agencies responsible for transportation and traffic matters in the city but there was an urgent need for improvement in the coordination of these agencies in the planning, design and implementation of policies, programs and projects. Thus, it was necessary to establish a body that could coordinate national and local efforts aimed at solving traffic congestion and the inefficient use of limited road space. City Ordinance No. 1264 was enacted on October 19, 1987 creating the Cebu City Traffic Management Coordination Committee (CITOM). The functions of the committee are the following:

a. Coordinate, monitor and evaluate the planning and implementation of traffic management components undertaken by the various departments of the city government and other line agencies; b. Review and approve all traffic management engineering schemes prior to the City Councils exercise of its administration functions as defined in Section 1, Article III of City Ordinance No. 801, series of 1972, otherwise known as the "Traffic Code of the City of Cebu"; c. Recommend to the City Council the routing of common carriers operating in Cebu City in so far as it forms part of a comprehensive traffic management scheme; d. Develop and prescribe rules and procedures for internal operation and management; e. Submit to the City Mayor periodic and special reports relative to traffic management activities; f. Perform such other functions as may be necessary to ensure the effective planning and implementation of traffic management schemes. City Ordinance No. 1264 was amended through City Ordinance No. 1451 on May 17. 1993. The most important goal of the CITOM Board is to make Cebu City an orderly urban locality with a comprehensive, measurable and sustainable Traffic Management Plan coordinated by the united efforts of all agencies concerned. There are other related objectives of the Board, such as:

1. Provide infrastructure support to create a safe and efficient city road network; 2. Educate road users in the comprehension, observance, and use of traffic signs, signal devices and controls; 3. Enforce traffic laws in order to maintain road user discipline in the city; and 4. Assist the city legislators in the drafting of new laws and ordinances regarding traffic management. Upon enactment of the Local Government Code in 1987, the Sangguniang Panlungsod of the City of Cebu has been vested the powers and functions, inter alia, to regulate the use of streets and other public places; establish PUJ Stops and terminals; regulate garages and the operation of conveyances for hire and designate stands to be occupied by public vehicles when not in queue. On October 22, 1987, in order to implement the foregoing, City Ordinance No. 1265 was enacted creating the Cebu City Traffic Engineering Division under the City Engineer’s Office. Initially, the function of this Division was to maintain the then existing (antiquated,...
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