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On the deactivation of 8,000 TNVS drivers

The Department of Transportation (DOTr) and the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) maintain that the proper registration of Transport Network Vehicle Service (TNVS) is imperative for the safety and security of the riding public.

Firstly, TNVS operators and drivers have been given more than ample time to comply with the requirements in applying for a Certificate of Public Convenience (CPC) or a Provisional Authority (PA).

LTFRB records indicate, in fact, that 40,522 TNVS units have already been granted with a CPC and PA, 29,714 units of which secured provisional authority.

This is proof that the timelines given were realistic and achievable. This is likewise proof that those who applied due diligence in compliance with state requirements are given an opportunity to participate in public transport service.

Applicants are encouraged to personally file their application for TNVS franchise, proof of their personal manifestation to assume an important public responsibility to render public service. An absentee applicant would not augur well for this purpose.

However, for ease of doing business, LTFRB allows the filing through a representative, but limited to specific family members or next of kin, who are allowed to appear in the hearing for the application of CPC. The issue of representation becomes paramount especially when there are complaints filed by passengers or third party against the absentee-applicant, in relation to franchise violations.

On issues regarding bank conformity, Transport Network Companies (TNCs) previously did not disclose that the vehicles were for public transport, which is a clear violation of bank rules.

Nevertheless, the DOTr-LTFRB went the extra mile then, and interceded in the loan application of CPC applicants through coordination with the banks, for those who were in the system of Grab and Uber at that time. New applicants, however, will have to take the official route of loan application, as should be the proper course.

Acquiring a franchise to operate as a public transport is a privilege, as it carries the responsibility and accountability of safely and securely transporting the commuting public to destinations. As such, the government must ascertain that the applicant is qualified and able to assume the duty of public transport service.

The DOTr-LTFRB does not wish to deprive opportunities for livelihood to applicants. The process, however, must comply with the level of accountability to the riding public especially in moments of conflict and accident. The safety, security and convenience of the commuting public are, indeed, paramount concern for government.

The DOTr-LTFRB is more than willing to grant a CPC or PA to units that have diligently completed the requirements. It is a two-way street.

Tugade orders 24/7 construction of Sangley Airport

CLARK, PAMPANGA — Department of Transportation (DOTr) Secretary Arthur Tugade has directed for the 24/7 construction of Sangley Airport in Cavite to meet the operational timeline set by President Rodrigo Roa Duterte.

Secretary Tugade ordered the hiring of additional manpower, the implementation of extended working hours, and the infusion of additional equipment starting tomorrow, 13 June 2019.

“Whatever it takes, we need to make sure that the directive of the President is delivered. Hire more manpower to work 24/7. Kailangan matapos ‘yan on or before the timeline set by President Duterte,” the transportation chief stressed.

In compliance with Tugade’s directive for the accelerated construction of the Sangley Airport, DOTr Assistant Secretary for Procurement and Project Implementation Giovanni Lopez met with members of “Task Force Sangley” today, 12 June 2019. In attendance were representatives from the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP), the Philippine Air Force (PAF), the ferry system, and the project contractor.

Lopez reported that critical developments in the project are well underway. These include the runway, apron, Passenger Terminal Building (PTB), its power supply, drainage system, and site development.

Lopez further relayed Tugade’s instructions to CAAP to work closely with the DOTr on the civil works so that the support facilities can be immediately incorporated for the airport to commence operations at the soonest time possible. To this end, a synchronization matrix will be submitted as a guide for monitoring.

During the meeting, an ocular inspection was also held at the possible site of the ferry station, wherein the contractor was given two (2) months to construct the port in coordination and compliance with the regulations of Philippine Ports Authority (PPA), CAAP, PAF, and the Philippine Navy.

The contractor has agreed to the submission of a weekly progress report alongside a weekly site visit and inspection by the DOTr for close monitoring of the construction progress.


TUGADE ORDERS 24/7 CONSTRUCTION OF SANGLEY AIRPORT Department of Transportation (DOTr) Secretary Arthur Tugade has…

Gepostet von Department of Transportation – Philippines am Dienstag, 11. Juni 2019