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Government regulators slam a court order allowing the motorcycle ride-hailing company to resume operations while its case is pending
(3rd UPDATE) The motorcycle ride-hailing firm gets a preliminary injunction from the Mandaluyong City Regional Trial Court
Newly formed group Transport Watch says habal-habal rides or motorcycles for hire are usually booked through Facebook
A technical working group is formed to deliberate on possible amendments to the law to make way for the services provided by apps like Angkas and GrabBike
While in limbo, 15,000 Angkas drivers receive financial assistance equivalent to 60% of their earnings last October
The growing prominence of ride-sharing apps like Angkas has mainstreamed the operation of habal-habals in cities. But are habal-habals safe?
For many drivers and passengers, motorcycle ride-hailing app Angkas is convenient and saves time
LTFRB board member Aileen Lizada tells Rappler that Angkas can only be allowed once the law – the Land Transportation and Traffic Code – is amended
Angkas has been widely used by its passengers as an alternative to the inefficient public transport in Metro Manila and to slip through the city's horrible traffic
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'We believe that the motorcycle taxi industry will benefit greatly from proper regulation,' says Angkas, after the LTFRB said it is 'considered closed'
The LTFRB says the popular motorcycle ride-hailing service has been operating without a mayor's permit
Bikers from the ride hailing service Angkas raise at least P25 000 for the Angkas passenger who ended up in a coma after a road crash
Alejandro Cajano passenger of app enabled transport service Angkas is in critical condition after a crash incident last July 15 Hospital bills are estimated to cost up to P1 million
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