LTO reopens branches in NCR and nearby provinces

Paulo Papa
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The Land Transportation Office (LTO) announced that it has reopened offices in NCR and nearby provinces beginning Monday, May 3, 2021.

LTO branches in NCR, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, and Rizal, are now open after being closed following the declaration of the modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) in the aforementioned areas. The agency was forced to halt its operations in the past few weeks to follow strict local community quarantine guidelines.

That said, LTO reminds the public to follow health and safety protocols—observing social distancing and properly wearing face masks and face shields—as it reopens its doors to serve the public.

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And although we do not have a list of the reopened NCR Plus branches, we do however have a list of the reopened LTO branches in the Metro. Included are driver’s license renewal offices (DLROs) as well as district and extension branches.

  1. LTO NCR East Regional Office

  2. Ali Mall DLRO

  3. Choice Mall DLRO

  4. Eastwood DLRO

  5. Ever Gotesco DLRO

  6. Fairview Center Mall DLRO

  7. Fishermall DLRO

  8. Robinsons Galleria DLRO

  9. Robinsons Metroeast DLRO

  10. Robinsons Novaliches DLRO

  11. Shaw Mall Center DLRO

  12. SM North EDSA DLRO

  13. SM Novaliches DLRO

  14. Tiendesitas DLRO

  15. Quezon City Licensing Center

  16. QCLC Renewal Section

  17. San Juan Licensing Center

  18. Taguig Licensing Extension Office

  19. Valenzuela Licensing Extension Office

  20. Diliman District Office

  21. La Loma District Office

  22. Mandaluyong Extension Office

  23. Marikina District Office

  24. Novaliches District Office

  25. Pasig District Office

  26. Pateros Extension Office

  27. Quezon City District Office

  28. Quezon City Extension Office

  29. San Juan District Office

  30. Taguig Extension Office

  31. Valenzuela District Office

  32. North Motor Vehicle Inspection Office

  33. Public Utility Vehicle Registration Center

  34. DLRO - Ayala MRT

  35. DLRO - Robinson's Las Piñas

  36. DLRO - Araneta Square Mall

  37. DLRO - SM Manila

  38. DLRO - SM Mall of Asia

  39. DLRO - Robinsons Place Manila

  40. DLRO - Alabang Town Center

  41. DLRO - Metropoint Pasay

  42. DLRO - Lucky Chinatown Mall

  43. DLRO - Guadalupe

  44. Kalookan Licensing Extension Office

  45. Kalookan District Office

  46. Las Piñas District Office

  47. Las Piñas Licensing Extension Office

  48. Makati District Office

  49. Malabon District Office

  50. Manila East District Office

  51. Manila Licensing Center

  52. Manila Licensing Renewal Section

  53. Manila North District Office

  54. Manila South District Office

  55. Manila West District Office

  56. Muntinlupa District Office

  57. Navotas Extension Office

  58. Parañaque District Office

  59. Pasay City Licensing Center

  60. Pasay District Office

  61. Public Utility Vehicle Registration

  62. Extension Center

  63. South Motor Vehicle Inspection Center

In addition, the LTO has also extended the validity of the registration of motor vehicles to prevent the surge of motorists that could compromise everyone’s health and safety.

According to the agency, “the validity of registration of motor vehicles with plate number ending in ‘3’ and ‘4’ has been extended up to June 30, 2021, and July 31, 2021, respectively.”

Similarly, motor vehicles with plate numbers ending in “5” will also have an extended validity up to August 30, 2021.

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To effectively avoid overcrowding, LTO also included a weekly schedule based on the middle digit of the plate numbers ending in “3,” “4,” and “5."

Photos from LTO's Facebook page

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