Passing through in BF Homes Paranaque not allowed anymore
THE United BF Homeowners Association, Inc. announced this weekend that motorists with the Las Pinas Friendship Sticker can no longer exit the village going to Paranaque and Muntinlupa cities.
This means that Friendship Route sticker-holders can only exit at the Las Pinas gates of BF Homes, namely the Southville, Concha Cruz (Standard), Southland and Mariposa gates.
This measure will take effect on Monday, Sept. 13, 2010, as per the UBFHAI announcement.
“Passing-through vehicles with LPC Friendship stickers usually exiting at the Paranaque and Muntinlupa gates are advised to seek alternate routes starting Sept. 13, 2010,” announced the UBFHAI officials.
The gates they are referring to are the Lopez, Aguirre and the Elizalde gates.
Just wondering…if a motorist with a Friendship Route sticker enters any of the Las Pinas gates, will the UBF guards really stop them from exiting at the other restricted gates?
This means more traffic in the said gates as we are sure many motorists will still try their “luck” in passing through.
This also means that UBF has to commission their guards to check whether those exiting the restricted gates really have BF stickers.
Is this another way for the controversial homeowner association to “force” motorists to purchase their expensive stickers (P1,200 or P1,500?)?
“We are sorry for the inconvenience this may cause you but we have to mitigate (not even solve) the horrendous traffic problem inside BF Homes. We ask for your understanding and cooperation. Thank you,” expressed UBFHAI.
Is this the real reason? Is this the only way for them to control the “horrendous traffic” inside the village?
We heard there is a new set of UBFHAI officers. Is this their first “official” move?
We can only guess.
We respect (sort of) the ruling by UBFHAI. We just hope that this really solves the traffic problem inside BF Homes. Let us see after the Maynilad diggings.
We also hope that when non-residents purchase the UBF stickers, the money goes to fixing their roads, improving their security and assigning more traffic enforcers to control the traffic situation there.