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Grab PH asks LTFRB to onboard more drivers to serve increasing demand

Grab Philippines said the pandemic created a serious imbalance in GrabCar's supply and demand condition, resulting in fewer GrabCar driver-partners on the road having to serve an increasing number of passengers.

Cashless payment hastening transformation of PH transport sector

The Covid-19 contagion is proving to be a major factor in the digital transformation of the local transport sector with the government now pushing for contactless and cashless solution for various modes of mass transportation in the country.

LTO to unveil online system for renewal of driver’s license

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.

DOTr, LTFRB tap PayMaya to provide PUV drivers with cashless payments

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.

Solon urges use of QR codes to track passengers in PUVs

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.

Motorcycle taxi test run to continue; rider cap increased to 63,000

The TWG is expected to complete the pilot study by March 2020, and other issues agreed upon include the implementation of a revised cap of the participants, and the expansion of the pilot areas to include Cagayan de Oro.

TWG on motorcycle taxis sends mixed signals on pilot run

Despite getting heavily criticized by lawmakers during the Senate hearing on Monday, Jan. 20, the Technical Working Group (TWG) on motorcycle taxis appears firm on its position to terminate its pilot test and apprehend riders from motorcycle-riding apps.

Mandaluyong RTC denies ‘Angkas’ petition for another TRO

A Mandaluyong City RTC has denied the petition filed “Angkas” for another TRO on the issuance of a permanent injunction on the implementation of the revised guidelines for the pilot implementation of motorcycle taxis.

NPC summons Grab over in-car audio, video recording pilot test

The trial run will involve over 180 GrabCar vehicles, of which half will be equipped with in-car cameras and the rest with audio-recording capabilities.

After being threatened with blacklisting, ‘Angkas’ apologizes to gov’t

The Technical Working Group in charge of the motorcycle taxi pilot run said Angkas may be disqualified from operating because of numerous infractions such as operating outside of Metro Manila and charging surge rates.
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