BAGUIO CITY — In anticipation to the events in Baguio City, Mayor Mauricio Domogan signed Administrative Order No. 136, suspending the implementation of the Baguio City number coding scheme for private vehicles only from November 17 until December 7.

Baguio City is expecting an increase in the number of local and foreign tourists for the rest of the month of November.

At present, the city plays host to the 62nd Philippines Mine Safety and Environment Association (PMSEA) until November 20.

While the 66th Fil-Am Invitational Golf Tournament will commence on November 21 until December 7.

Domogan said the number coding scheme needs to be suspended “for private vehicles only” in order to give members of the mining industry, its stakeholders, the golfers, visitors and their families convenience and stress-free journey around Baguio City to help boost the city’s identity as the prime tourist destination.

PMSEA is an organization of mining companies in the country which promotes the advancement of the Philippine Minerals Industry in the fields of occupational safety and health, environmental protection and social development consciousness through collaborative efforts of the industry, government, non-government organizations and other agencies.

The 66th Fil-Am Invitational Golf Tournament, the longest running amateur golf competition in the world will take place at the Baguio Country Club and Camp John Hay.

With the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit in Manila, the city is anticipating additional crowd to be in Baguio City. PNA