Starting May 22, around 400 taxi drivers from Baguio and Naga City will resume plying the roads, implementing cashless transactions during rides. Awaiting the resumption of public transportation in other cities, Grab said it has trained and prepared almost 7,000 taxi drivers to likewise conduct cashless rides.
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A lawmaker said the ancient manual sign-up method would be burdensome on both the drivers and commuters, aside from exposing them to identity thieves, stalkers, and other privacy violators.
With advantages in transmission speed, reliability and low latency, 5G technology is considered essential for enhancing connected vehicles’ self-driving and entertainment capabilities.
Based on reported data of the Department of Energy, more than 1,640 e-trikes are currently operating by LGUS to serve front-liners.
Grab Philippines said the service, currently at its beta phase, allows users to purchase grocery items and other dry goods from its partner establishments, while other products such as medicines will soon be offered as well.
Data from traffic navigation app Waze has revealed that across the world, most countries have dramatically stopped driving.
Landbank started releasing on Tuesday, April 7, cash aid totaling P33.408 million or P8,000 each to 4,176 TNVS drivers in NCR to help them cope with the suspension of mass public transportation amid the enhanced community quarantine in Luzon.
Ford Philippines is deploying its Ford Transit vans to help transport medical and healthcare frontliners amid the enhanced community quarantine that saw the suspension of public transportation in Luzon.