Will things go back to normal now?
So that's that. Grab's time-based P2.00 per minute charge is returning, and you can expect it to be reflected in fares as early as 12am tomorrow (September 21, 2018).In a Facebook post released earlier tonight, Grab Philippines
So it continues
It looks like the country's ride-sharing drama might be heating up again.Earlier today, we reported that the Department of Transportation (DOTr) found out that Grab was sending out e-mails to drivers "essentially blaming" the government for the
DOTr and LTFRB respond to Grab's recent statements
The kalyeserye involving Grab and the  Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) and  Department of Transportation (DOTr) has been ongoing for a while now. You can revisit the drama here.Shots were fired recently when Grab released statements saying that the
No surge fare here, folks
You've got to give it to the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA). While most of us are hunkered down, safe and warm inside our homes, MMDA personnel are out there ready to rescue victims of typhoon Ompong.These dudes have it
But is the drama almost over?
In case you missed it, the Philippine Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) reversed its decision ordering Grab to reimburse passengers for its P2.00 per minute  fare component. That doesn't mean that the ride-hailing firm is in the
That includes Grab
The back and forth between the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) and transport network companies (TNCs) continues. Manila Bulletin reports that the government organization yesterday issued Memorandum Circular No. 2018-019, which approves the controversial P2 per minute fare charge
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