The Land Transportation Office (LTO) said it is set to formally launch its Land Transportation Management System (LTMS) which will automate various transactions being performed by the agency.
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Grab Philippines will be providing livelihood opportunities to at least 2,000 tricycle drivers and displaced workers in the city whereby they will be trained and onboarded as GrabFood and GrabExpress delivery-partners.
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has written down a list of technology projects it lined up for the transport sector to stop the spread of Covid-19.
GrabBayanihan volunteer driver-partners will each receive guaranteed earnings for a minimum of eight hours of service rendered, as well as a reduced commission to allow them to earn more by serving healthcare workers.
Toyota Motor Philippines has announced the launch of its latest online e-sports program and a virtual showroom that makes car-buying a safer and richer experience through a digital platform.
Soon, users of the “hirna” ride-hailing app currently available in the cities of Davao, Iloilo, Butuan, and Bacolod can book rides and pay using PayMaya QR and do away with the need to pay their fares using cash.
Ride-hailing firm Grab Philippines is eyeing the resumption of its GrabCar service by June 1 by introducing new safety and hygiene standards to minimize risks of the spread of Covid-19.
PayMaya is offering transport operators and their drivers QR scan-to-pay capabilities, which will also give them access to a digital financial account that they can use for transactions such as bills payments, airtime load reloading, and sending money to friends and family.