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LTFRB Chairman Martin Delgra III also issues a memorandum asking all regional directors to undergo a 'voluntary lifestyle check'
LTFRB Board Member Aileen Lizada argues that Manolo Labor, Nikki Rose Gener and Martin Angelo Afante violated sections of the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act and the Code of Conduct for government employees
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board instead promises to fast-track the franchise applications of qualified operators, amid concerns that tourism would be crippled
Former regional director Jun Abrazaldo confronts LTFRB chief Martin Delgra III before the oath-taking ceremony of new LTFRB Bicol director Vladimir Custer Kahulugan
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board restores Grab Philippines' surge pricing cap to 2 times the normal fare after it accredits new ride-hailing companies
Grab Philippines says the suspension order is 'contrary to the law' and would 'cause irreparable damage' to riders and drivers
'If our drivers lose income because of traffic in Metro Manila, they might stop working as a TNVS driver and that would mean fewer vehicles to serve the public,' says Grab Philippines head Brian Cu
(3rd UPDATE) Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board Chairman Martin Delgra III says the suspension of the travel charge is valid 'until further order'
'Kung di mo afford, mag-taxi ka na lang, or tricycle, jeep. Marami naman diyan alternative na masasakyan,' a netizen says
During the first hearing on the alleged illegal fares charged by Grab, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board points out that changes in fares must follow a process
Hatchback units are allowed to operate under ride-hailing services only within a 3-year period according to the LTFRB
The board will be implementing a new process of application for Transport Network Vehicle Services permits or those who want to drive for Grab or Uber
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In a House briefing, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board also could not tell lawmakers how many jeepney drivers would be displaced
If there s been a misunderstanding in the past that s on us and I apologize for that misunderstanding says Uber regional executive Michael Brown
The suspension remains in effect while the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board prepares to tackle Uber s motion for reconsideration
Uber tells lawmakers in a House hearing that it has more than 66 000 drivers while Grab says it has over 52 000
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?
UPDATED The LTFRB says the ride hailing companies should have been closed down because of the violations but the public interest overrides this penalty
The Department of Transportation plans to phase out old PUVs make changes in the franchising system update routes and provide training for drivers
UPDATED Transport authorities will first focus on information dissemination as recommended by lawmakers in a House hearing following the confusion over the new law
ACTO says the LTFRB is taking too long to act on its appeals causing inconvenience to operators and the general commuting public
LTFRB chairman Martin Delgra III says UV Express shuttles have not been given franchises to use the major thoroughfare in their point to point route