The Land Transportation Office (LTO) is expected to gradually begin its operations on February 4 at its new building that was built by the Negros Occidental provincial government on its property at Manayaosayao in Barangay Mansilingan, Bacolod City, Provincial Administrator Rayfrando Diaz said Friday, January 20.
The LTO will gradually transfer its operations from its office at Cottage Road in Bacolod City to its new site, he said.
The provincial government has also provided the LTO with office furniture, he added.
The office furniture was donated to the provincial government by a firm that was a previous occupant at the Negros First CyberCentre.
The Department of Agriculture has also constructed its building at the Manayaosayao site, he said.
Other national government agencies have also asked for space at the site for their offices, Diaz added.
It will become a hub for government offices, he said.*