Based on the update sent by the LTFRB, only some parts of Central Luzon and Calabarzon are affected by the strike
Citing a 2011 order, LTFRB board member Aileen Lizada says jeepney drivers are prohibited from going on strike
(UPDATED) What are the contingency plans for the two-day nationwide transport strike?
'Runway clearing operations are in progress and additional aircraft lifting equipment has been flown by an Air Force C-130 from Manila via Roxas Airport,' says the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines
Palafox Associates, which proposed the project, says such type of attraction is needed to convince tourists to stay longer in Puerto Princesa, instead of leaving for other destinations such as El Nido
The LTFRB in Central Visayas says it will give special permits to these busses, which will charge P10 to convey stranded passengers during the jeepney strike
Unlike other rejected Cabinet officials, health secretary Paulyn Ubial is a career official who has served two decades in government
LTFRB board member Aileen Lizada says drivers who accept payment from passengers in a 'carpool' should get a franchise
'The riding public expects a better service from the increase of the fare,' says LTFRB chairman Martin Delgra III
The regulatory body for pro boxing in the Philippines is named the top commission by the Mexico-based World Boxing Council
Jay Nelson Corbita's father worked as a school janitor while his mother sold ice candies, hotcakes, and banana cue. He learned the most important life lessons from his parents.
Non-agricultural workers will now receive P512 per day while agriculture and service workers will get P475 per day
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The decisions to be made by the Philippine Competition Commission in coming months, as it fully implements the Philippine Competition Act, will set the tone for competition regulation in Philippine markets
Drivers of buses, jeepneys, taxis, and ride-hailing services like Grab and Uber will be included in a memorandum circular on mandatory drug testing
The Stop and Go Coalition says they are against the government’s plan to lend operators P1.6 million for jeepney modernization
Narcoterrorism has become a security problem that, if not quickly abated, can undermine world peace and stability
Two years after the controversy in the Iglesia ni Cristo broke out, ex-members Lowell Menorca II and Rovic Canono have filed refugee claims in Canada. One has been successful so far.
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas believes the prevailing monetary policy settings remain appropriate
Officials of the Road Board skip a budget hearing at the Senate, angering senators who now say they will fast-track the measure that seeks to abolish the board
I want to be more aggressive and to be at par with other ASEAN countries says Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto Pernia
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Meanwhile some social media users direct their attention toward the LTFRB after its decision to lift the suspension
Uber can operate in the Philippines again after the company paid a P190 million fine and provided compensation to its drivers
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The LTFRB still requires Uber to submit proof that it has paid its drivers P299 24 million during the days they were not allowed to ply the streets
Senator Grace Poe however is quite disappointed the LTFRB released its decision late on Friday barring Uber from paying the penalty immediately
Uber will be paying LTFRB a fine of P190 million and will give its drivers financial aid for lost earnings
UPDATED The LTFRB bases the fine on the daily earnings of Uber which it estimates to earn between P7 million and P10 million per day by servicing at least 150 000 trips a day
A study by the National Anti Poverty Commission based on statistics provided by the Dangerous Drug Board also shows majority of those using illegal drugs belong to the poor sector
The central bank says the amendments to the BSP corporate governance guidelines raise the bar on the expectations from the board of directors and risk management systems of its supervised financial institutions