Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board

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Grab Philippines President Brian Cu stated that they opened 10,000 slots on Monday and were filled up within hours. Ride-hailing company, Grab Philippines asked the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board to allow deactivated drivers to resume work to address demand while their company continues processing the application of 10,000 drivers. “It’s been filled. As of, I think, 9 p.m. last night, 10,000 slots are gone, which is, I think,

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MANILA, Philippines – Facing great financial losses, drivers of Grab who had been disabled from the ride-hailing service sought for “understanding and compassion” from the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) and the Department of Transportation. Grab deactivated some 8,000 drivers without a certificate of public convenience (CPC), which was a prerequisite of the LTFRB. A press briefing held on Monday, June 10, where drivers enumerated the following processes

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Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) as well as the Land Transportation Office (LTO) currently investigating the recent fatal road accident in Atimonan, Quezon las Monday. Three were killed while 73 were injured when an AMV Travel and Tour Bus collided with a 10-wheeler truck along Maharlika Highway diversion road. Based on the initial investigation, “human error” is the cause of the accident. LTFRB recently found out that the