RATIONALIZING the scope and processes of government agencies with the goal of improving efficiency and productivity, an effort the Marcos administration has trendily dubbed "rightsizing," is a praiseworthy objective. It cannot be pursued, however, at the expense of public safety. Unfortunately, that is precisely what has happened with President Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr.'s recent veto of the bill seeking to create the Philippine Transportation Safety Board (PTSB).

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