What's happening between the LTFRB and ride-hailing services? Here's a rundown of the ongoing controversy
(UPDATED) Department of Transportation employees say they were not consulted properly regarding the big move
LTFRB board member Aileen Lizada says this will ensure that the ride-hailing services fulfill their duty to serve the public, and deter the practice of operating only when surge prices are high
LTFRB reiterates its order for Uber to submit its master list of drivers, as the agency has only received Grab's
The DOTr urges public utility vehicle operators to ensure good service, while the LTFRB says the popularity of ride-hailing firms should be taken as a 'wake-up call'
'Sila lang ho 'yung maingay sa social media, [but] definitely government will not budge, we will not be allowed or influenced because of social media,' LTFRB board member Aileen Lizada says
'Kung colorum ka, dapat wala ka sa lansangan,' MMDA chairman Danny Lim says, addressing Grab and Uber drivers with expired or no permits
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Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez admits that the previous House session was marked with unprecedented challenges
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The 11 bus stations allegedly violate government rules and regulations, the MMDA says
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The petition appeals to the LTFRB to lift its moratorium on processing temporary permits for new Grab and Uber drivers
(UPDATED)The LTRFB board under the Duterte administration has been looking for the documents since it assumed office, says board member Aileen Lizada
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LTFRB chief Martin Delgra III points out: If some 26,600 Grab and Uber drivers are not registered, then how can government go after them for taxes?
Public transportation groups say their members should also be spared from apprehension while waiting for the approval of their franchise applications
The homegrown ride-hailing app goes beyond shuttle services, as it introduces pre-arranged taxi, private car, and social carpooling rides
(UPDATED) Undocumented Grab and Uber drivers can continue to operate without fear of apprehension until the LTFRB decides on the Motion for Reconsideration filed by the transport network companies
Department of Transportation secretary Arthur Tugade says ride sharing services should be regulated financially too because it is no longer a service done 'in the spare time' of operators
When filed, the apprehension of Grab and Uber drivers without permits, which is set to begin on July 26, will be put on hold
A one-stop shop at the LTFRB headquarters in Quezon City will process applications from 8 am to 3 pm daily
At least 3 bills are filed in the House of Representatives and the Senate seeking to make ride-hailing services as an alternative public transport mode
LTFRB board member Aileen Lizada says the ban on accepting new drivers will remain in place as well, as it awaits the companies' updated lists of drivers
Transportation Undersecretary Thomas Orbos counters the defense of the transportation network companies
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This comes after #WeWantGrabUber trends for the second day, and a petition supporting app-based transport services gets more than 100,000 signatures
'What I support is a more comprehensive campaign that calls for better public transportation that benefits everyone – commuters and drivers alike'
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LTFRB chairman Martin Delgra III invites other application-based transport service providers to work with them, if Grab and Uber will not
(UPDATED) Transport network giants Uber and Grab will keep their drivers on the road, even those without permits, as they await a clarification on the LTFRB order that stands to affect thousands of commuters
LTFRB board member Aileen Lizada warns Uber and Grab against continued operation without permits
Beyond convenience, the ride-sharing app has offered life-changing opportunities for these Filipinos.
They have a breathing space until July 26
Senator Paolo Benigno 'Bam' Aquino IV pushes for the proposed Rideshare Support Company Act which seeks to encourage 'new, affordable, and safe transportation options'
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(UPDATED) The LTFRB says the ride-hailing companies should have been closed down because of the violations, but the public interest 'overrides' this penalty