LTO targets full utilization of the LTMS portal by August 2023

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The Land Transportation Office (LTO) is working towards the full utilization of its Land Transport Management System (LTMS) portal by August of this year.

During a meeting at the House of Representatives, LTO Chief Assistant Secretary Jayart Tugade said most of the services offered by the LTMS are already at 100 percent, including the Driver’s Licensing System (DLS), the Motor Vehicle Inspection & Registration System (MVIRS), the Law Enforcement & Traffic Adjudication System (LETAS), the Revenue Collection System (RCS), the Online Application & Appointment System (OAAS), the Executive Information System (EIS), and the front-facing portal itself.

The agency also reported that they are currently pilot-testing the new registration module for MVIRS in three new registration unit sites and plan to roll it out to all 51 sites nationwide by July 30, 2023.

Tugade acknowledged that while there are still some modules in the LTMS that are being completed, the full utilization of the system will be achieved by August of this year.

“Once this is complete, the old system will be removed and the LTO will only use the LTMS,” adds the LTO chief.

Tugade reassured the committee that all regional directors are on board with the agency’s mission and there will be no issues with uncooperative regional directors.

As for settling traffic violations through the Law Enforcement Handheld Mobile Devices, Tugaded added that it will be available by April 30, 2023.


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