Articles about Land Transportation Franchising And Regulatory Board

To ensure there are enough buses for travelers during Holy Week
With Holy Week fast approaching, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) will implement Oplan Biyaheng Ayos: Semana Santa to provide a smooth commuting experience for everyone.Under the instructions of Department of Transportation (DOTr) secretary Arthur Tugade, the LTFRB will
Further reducing our commuting options
Our country's hope of having multiple ride-sharing options has taken yet another hit. A report by Philstar.com reveals that the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has rejected the Philippine entry of Go-Jek, an Indonesian ride-hailing
The congressman cited the alarming number of daily accidents on the road
How would you feel about an additional regulatory board to monitor the state of our cars? Is this a good idea or one more area of red tape?A report by Inquirer.net reveals that Rep. Harlin Neil Abayon III is currently
Despite the fuel price rollbacks
Recently, oil companies around the country instituted widespread fuel price rollbacks, much to the relief of household budgets across the nation. In turn, commuter groups are urging the Land Transportation and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) to reverse the jeepney and bus fare hikes
First jeepneys, now buses
Public transport is becoming more expensive all around. Yesterday, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) signed off on the increase of the minimum jeepney fare from P8 to P10. Now, the government body has done the same for buses.According
Be careful what you share online
The Philippine Department of Transportation (DOTr) recently called out a Facebook page on social media for spreading fake news about a new P12 jeepney fare.In a post shared on Facebook yesterday, the government agency labeled information shared by the page PhilippiNews
The government fires back
Earlier today, the Mandaluyong City Regional Trial Court granted a preliminary injunction to ride-hailing service Angkas, which prevents the government from interfering with their operations until a final ruling is made. The governing bodies in power and Angkas have rarely gotten
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
A statement from Brian Cu
Earlier today, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) issued a hefty punishment against Grab. In all, the government body ordered the ride-sharing company to pay a P10 million fine and to reimburse riders charged with the controversial P2 per
To be implemented soon
Commuters, take note (and start stocking up on extra P1 coins). The This means that the minimum fare will go up to P9 from P8 for the first 4km. The charge will apply to jeepneys operating in the National Capital Region, as
Says TNVS regulation will benefit everyone
Today, Department of Transportation (DOTr) secretary Arthur Tugade signed a Department Order giving the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) full authority to regulate TNCs (transport network company) and TNVS (transport network vehicle service) that operate under it. As all of
Do you think this will work?
After Uber sold its Southeast Asian operations to rival company Grab and shut down its app in the Philippines, many questions arose over our nation's commuting future. Many feared the possible consequences of one company holding a monopoly on ride-sharing.
Grab says P2 charge legal, LTFRB knew
The issue over Grab's ride-sharing charges has taken another interesting turn. The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has just suspended the controversial P2.00 per minute rate for riders.Philstar reports that the government organization ordered the immediate
Say hello to Hype and Hirna
It's been a tough go for some following Uber's exit out of the country. But it seems that all isn't lost yet for our ride-sharing future. Philstar reports that the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has
A word from Aileen Lizada
Recently, we attended Uber's celebration for its fourth anniversary in the Philippines. Four years might not sound like much, but it's a pretty big milestone for the ride-sharing giant. Around mid-last year, it seemed like the company's
Confirmed by Uber
When we got the invite from Uber to celebrate its fourth anniversary in the Philippines, we expected the usual gamut of food, drinks, a program, and some congratulations all around. What we didn't expect was to be seated across from Land
From 125,000 to 45,000 vehicles
Yup, the saga between the The LTFRB, after thorough deliberation with the Department of Transportation, has decided to set a common supply base for TNVS. In Metro Manila, the limit is set at 45,000. In Cebu, it's 500, while Pampanga
We talk to them about jeepneys, Uber/Grab and the future
The wealth of commuting memes Pinoys come up with on a regular basis isn't just an indication of our healthy humor. More important, it reveals the sorrowful plight of our traveling 'warriors.'Hilarity aside, is there hope? Is something being done?
Offenders caught will be considered colorum
The issues between the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) and Transportation Network Companies (TNC) aren't over. In an advisory published yesterday, the LTFRB reinforced a previously issued a cease and desist order against Wunder Carpool. The initial order, issued
It's not just for school days anymore
Kids these days. They have it so much better than we did. Back in the day, one of the constant struggles of being a student was going out on weekends when you had to pay the full fare on public transport. You
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