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Pinoy-owned firm sets out to compete in booming ride-sharing market

A new Filipino-owned transport network company called UTOL, short for Unified Transport Operations League, is joining the list of firms in the local ride-sharing market dominated by regional player Grab.

Chinese firm investing P25B to put up e-vehicle ecosystem, TNVS in PH

Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) undersecretary Ceferino Rodolfo said the company is planning to import 20,000 e-vehicles, 10,000 units each for its leasing business and TNVS, and put up 1,000 charging stations.

ARTA order pushes LTFRB to approve pending TNVS apps

The LTFRB on Thursday said it is set to release 1,130 CPCs to TNVS applicants within the next two weeks, following an order from the Anti-Red Tape Authority (ARTA) for it to automatically approve all valid TNVS applications.

Hatchback drivers seek aid of anti-red tape body over TNVS ban

A group of TNVS drivers and operators initially announced a transport holiday on Monday, July 8, to protest the “problematic” policies of the LTFRB.

Grab PH to deactivate 8,000 drivers by June 10

Grab Philippines will deactivate at least 8,000 drivers in its TNVS platform who do not have provisional authority from the LTFRB by June 10.

GALLA | TNVS and reasonable regulation — because legacy thinking fails with disruptive tech

New technologies have changed the way we view and use public transport; however, there has not been much change in public transport fundamentals.
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