During its 1346th meeting, on July 31, 2019, the Board of Regents (BOR) approved the upgrading of the Traffic Management and Enforcement Team (TMET) to the UP Diliman Transport Management Office (TMO) “to accomplish the vision of a complete street through planning, design, supervision, traffic management, education, road safety and discipline mainstreaming and enforcement that will ensure and enable safe, convenient and comfortable travel for all.”

The UP Diliman’s Transport and Traffic Management Plan is “an inclusive, responsive, and environmentally sustainable transport system with barrier-free, efficient and well-maintained transport infrastructure connecting people and places.” This is where the TMO comes in – to ensure the realization of the afore-mentioned plan, where every member of the community is considered and their transportation and traffic needs addressed at the same time safeguarding and preserving the University’s diverse ecosystem. 

TMO’s Tasks:

  1. Implementation of UP Diliman’s Transportation Management Plan;
  2. Strict regulation PUJs that operate within UP Diliman, namely, IKOT, TOKI, UP-Pantranco, UP-SM North, UP-Katipunan and UP-Philcoa;
  3. Installation of necessary signage within the campus;
  4. Regulation of tricycles that operate within communities inside UPD;
  5. Implementation of UPD’s Transportation Vision to pedestrianize the Academic Oval;
  6. Implementation of a towing system and the corresponding system of fines and penalties;
  7. Identification and designation of parking areas;
  8. Improvement of traffic flow through deployment of Traffic Aides;
  9. Coordination with the MMDA and Quezon City’s DPOS in the issuance of traffic violation tickets; and
  10. Improvement of ingress and egress at the University’s portals.