New LTFRB Regional Director Guro, Central Luzon (CL) will give show cause order those who fail consolidate their franchise
San Fernando, Pampanga – Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) Regional Director Aminodin Guro of Region 3 supported the PUV Modernization program and on the interview said that part of solution on those who not meet the deadline on December 31, 2023 consolidation of transport group driver and operators will be invited and will given show cause order within the region.
From a former post as RD of LTFRB in Northern Mindanao Region 10 now ready to serve in the seven province composed of Aurora, Bataan, Bulacan, Nueva Ecija, Pampanga, Tarlac and Zambales of Region 3.
Pertaining to new CL LTFRB Chief Guro on his former post in Normin “A man of integrity and honesty. He is very dependable and can be trusted to execute and implement your programs with the utmost efficiency and success.” stressed Oriental Governor Pedro Unabia.
“He is also very capable and experienced in the field of public land transportation given that he has been with the said regional office since 1983 and my Office has constantly worked with him for the development of public land transportation in Gingoog City and Misamis Oriental, as whole,” Unabi added.
Meanwhile, RD Guro will exert effort to work in LGU of Central Luzon.
Further more, the officials of Islamic Council of the City of Malolos made a courtesy call on the New LTFRB Regional Director Allan Guro was comprise of Chairman Yahya Gamor, Vice Chairman Michael Balaguer, yours truly as Secretary Mary Jane O Balaguer, Treasurer Solaiman Manongcarang, Imam Agahan Naik, Infrastructure Committee head Amano Naik, Education Committee head Amalia Villaroman, and Nida Barsolaso wife of chairman.
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Statement on the PUV Modernization Program
08 January 2024
The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) fully supports the Public Utility Vehicle Modernization Program (PUVMP) of the Department of Transportation.
Further, we understand that there are individuals whose livelihood have been or will be affected by this initiative in one way or another. In line with this, TESDA has been implementing its Tsuper Iskolar Scholarship Program with the DOTr since 2019. For 2023, a Php 300 million fund was transferred to TESDA for this scholarship program.
Under the Tsuper Iskolar program, drivers, operators and their family members who have been displaced or otherwise affected by the PUVMP are entitled to free tech-voc skills training, and assessment and certification. They shall also receive a training allowance of Php 350/day (for a maximum of 35 days).
We encourage our kababayans to approach any TESDA office to check where they can avail the Tsuper Iskolar program and take this opportunity to learn new skills that will empower them to start a new career or engage in entrepreneurial activities.
At TESDA, we believe that the PUVMP will be able to address the country’s prevailing transport issues and future demands, and ultimately, the whole nation will be able to benefit from an improved and strengthened transportation system.–