Do you agree?
Two days ago, we reported that the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) was recalibrating and resealing taxi meters, as well as implementing a new set of fares.Prior to recalibration and resealing, regular taxis charged a fare of P40 for
Will you go back to riding them?
The Philippine Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has announced that it will begin the calibration and resealing of taxi meters.In a Facebook status posted by the government agency earlier today, it said it is resealing the taxi meters "to
Will this fall on deaf ears?
The 2017 Christmas rush is in full swing, and along with it comes the stagnant sea of red lights we've all come to expect from the holiday season. But while you're sitting in your car griping about the horrible traffic,
We do the numbers
Last month, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) agreed to raise the fares for taxis in an attempt to resolve their 'underutilization' and to address concerns from taxi associations. The intention, the LTFRB said, was to put the rates at
Flag-down is now at P40
The Philippine Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has just approved an increase in regular taxi rates.According to documents obtained by Inquirer.net, the flag-down for taxis (except for those operating in the Cordillera Administrative Region) is now at
If you say so
We're guessing that the headline of this story alone will elicit lots of angry reactions and horror stories in the comments. Apparently, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board isn't entirely blind to this problem. "To effectively address this problem
We just want to get home
Had trouble getting around since the Uber suspension? The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has heard your cries for help, and is proposing a solution. Whether you agree with it or not depends on your perspective.According to a report
The power of social media
On January 6 last year, we posted a photo on our Facebook page showing the long metered taxi queues that often welcome tourists and returning residents at our airports. Our particular photo was taken at NAIA Terminal 2. Worse, there were even
Beginning March 19, 2016
More great news for commuters: The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board has announced that taxi fares nationwide will be lowered to a P30 flag-down rate, with an additional P3.50 per succeeding 500m, as well as P3.50 per 90-
It's a lot harder than you think
Here's a situation the common carless Pinoy faces far too often: It's the end of the day, you're exhausted after a busy nine-to-five at the office, and all you want to do is change into a loose
From current rate of P40
If you frequently ride a taxicab to get to wherever it is you're going, here's some good news for you: Starting on March 9, the standard flag-down rate for cabs nationwide will go down from the current P40 to
It's about time
Have you ever taken one of those yellow taxicabs at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport and, upon arriving home, found that you were being charged more than double of what you know you should be paying for?Well, Representatives Rufus Rodriguez (2nd
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