He was referring to his proposal to distribute 2,500 motorcabs in various zones of the city, the first half to ply the commercial district, and the other units to operate in the outskirts Dumaguete.
Another is the conduct of a dry-run for a traffic scheme at Real Street, where motorcabs will not be allowed to operate.
His recommendation, however, were held in abeyance since they were presented September last year, prompting him to believe that his ideas are no longer needed by the Council.
Ramos said Mayor Manuel Sagarbarria can always find his replacement. (www.visayandailystar.com)