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Mandaluyong court issues 72-hour TRO vs motorcycle taxi rider cap

Jan 06, 2020 - 3:23 PM

(UPDATED) Angkas biker Rommel Villanueva, one of the petitioners, says this decision is proof justice is on their side

INITIAL VICTORY. The 72-hour temporary restraining order against the cap on Angkas bikers is seen as an initial victory for those who have been rendered jobless. File photo by Inoue Jaena/Rappler

Motorcycle taxi TWG accuses Angkas of 'emotional blackmail'

Dec 24, 2019 - 11:52 AM

(UPDATED) The government's technical working group addresses Angkas executive George Royeca in an open letter posted on social media

Motorcycle taxi riding members of Angkas start to mass up at the Edsa Whiteplains avenue in Quezon City in preparation for a protest ride around the metro. They are protesting the governments directive to cut some 17,000 members from its roster to in a bid to limit the number of angkas and make way for new players in the motorcycle taxi ventures. December 22, 2019 Photo by Jire Carreon

‘Don’t muddle the issue,’ Angkas hits back at government

Dec 23, 2019 - 8:40 PM

Angkas chief transport advocate George Royeca says Angkas is concerned about commuter safety

Motorcycle taxi riding members of Angkas start to mass up at the Edsa Whiteplains avenue in Quezon City in preparation for a protest ride around the metro. They are protesting the governments directive to cut some 17,000 members from its roster to in a bid to limit the number of angkas and make way for new players in the motorcycle taxi ventures. December 22, 2019 Photo by Jire Carreon

Displaced Angkas bikers may return to unregulated ‘habal-habal’

Dec 22, 2019 - 2:48 PM

‘We came from doing illegal work. So when we found a company that showed concern for us, that loved us, that considered us partners, did you expect us to leave that kind of company?’

Motorcycle taxi riding members of Angkas start to mass up at the Edsa Whiteplains avenue in Quezon City in preparation for a protest ride around the metro. They are protesting the governments directive to cut some 17,000 members from its roster to in a bid to limit the number of angkas and make way for new players in the motorcycle taxi ventures. December 22, 2019 Photo by Jire Carreon

Ex-Bicol top cop is now LTFRB board member

Jan 29, 2019 - 4:53 PM

Retired chief superintendent Antonio Gardiola Jr takes the place of former board member Aileen Lizada

LTFRB BOARD MEMBER. Retired chief superintendent Antonio Gardiola Jr is now a member of the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board. Photo by Mohammad Kuya Amin Hamsa

IN PHOTOS: Bicol top cop serenades Mayon evacuees

Feb 03, 2018 - 10:52 PM

'We are doing this program to at least make them happy, particularly the children,' says Chief Superintendent Antonio Gardiola Jr