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
Toyota and Uber have been tapped for this government-led initiative
Automotive and transport companies have long been wanting to take to the skies with flying cars, which are being tipped as a solution to urban traffic congestion.Uber, for instance, has invested $23 million (P1.23 billion) to develop and launch air-
Studies say people aren't as receptive to autonomous vehicles as before
Automotive companies currently in the race to develop self-driving cars may be zealously committed to perfecting the technology, but a 2018 study revealed that most drivers are having second thoughts about taking their eyes off the road and their hands off
Are things finally on the right track?
The Grab-Uber deal has finally been approved by the Philippine Competition Commission (PCC), but not without conditions-among them more transparency regarding fares and the implementation of Grab's destination masking feature for all drivers. Destination masking, well, 'masks' the destination
Supply and demand?
Ride-hailing firm Grab has finally responded to a Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) statement of concerns regarding its acquisition of main rival Uber's Southeast Asian operations earlier this year.In the PCC statement, the government agency suggested that Grab, which "will
Company will do it all in 100 days
Over the next 100 days, Grab--which hasn't exactly had the rosiest time in the Philippines since it acquired Uber's Southeast Asian operations--plans to drastically improve its ride-hailing services, not just for its riders but for its drivers
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