Here you have it folks, the Memo RECALLING Memorandum Circular 2014-14 Private companies with PRIVATELY OWNED Trucks – be informed! This is what we all have been waiting for!!! FINALLY OUT!!
For the link to the original pic, please click the link below: https://twitter.com/LTFRB_Chairman/status/500292238002249729 Finally!!!! I just hope that ALL enforcers know about this because I am sure that they will still try and sneak their way into asking for ‘kotong’ from us!! I hope you can spread this around!! 🙂
Hi!!! Mayroon k ba na mas malinaw na copy or s site ba ng ltfrb makikita ba. Thankz
Ska ask ko lang din . Kailangan pa dlin un cnsv nila na n mga docs pag bumabyahe ag mga truck like, dti , mayors permit.
Hmmm… the irony, some law enforcers have no idea on how they execute such.
A.. mag-ingat na laang kung anong oras bibiyahe. Itaon nang malayo sa oras ng major meals. Hehe.
More memoranda that cannot be monitored if it's working or not. Go on folks….do your job and we'll follow.
Maria Rona Beltran
this is a good initiative. i hope this will be implemented properly. we have so many good law but the problem is the implementation process
Finally! I'll share this to my mom so she can share it to her suppliers and distributors
Thanks madame! But why can't LTFRB publish it via print or announce on air? Ridiculous leaders, really.
So! this is what they're talking about for the past few months. I'll share it with friends, thank you! 🙂
'Not-for-hire' trucks need not seek exemption anymore, says LTFRB chair
By: Lira Dalangin-Fernandez, InterAksyon.com
August 12, 2014 11:52 AM
LTFRB chairman Winston Gines (file photo)
The online news portal of TV5
MANILA, Philippines — “Not-for-hire” trucks will no longer be required to apply for exemptions to ply the roads, Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board chairman Winston Ginez said Monday.
"Last Thursday, we had a meeting with the economic managers and we have agreed to some set of common grounds or agreements. One of the agreements is that green-plated, private trucks should apply for exemption," Ginez said.
"But even with this agreement, we listened to sense of reason, and with our meeting last Friday with the Secretary of Transportation, and even in the deliberation of the board this morning, we have come to the decision that we will recall, and we will no longer require the application for exemption of private trucks," he added.
The LTFRB chief said they are just awaiting the clearance from Malacanang for the signing of a memorandum circular on the matter.
Ginez and Metro Manila Development Authority chairman Francis Tolentino faced off at the hearing, but both said they had reached an agreement on how to implement the truck ban in the National Capital Region.
"I hope the LTFRB join the MMDA and the Metro Manila mayors in this advocacy of having mobility, not just of vehicles, but of people, goods and commerce," Tolentino said.
Tolentino agreed with the LTFRB's automatic exemption policy on not-for-hire trucks, saying the law already exempts them from coverage by the ban.
Ginez said the LTFRB and the MMDA would also continue working to rationalize Metro Manila’s bus routes with the cooperation of the city mayors.
"We are ready to move forward and solve our problems as far as traffic is concerned," Ginez added.
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