LTFRB-7 tells PUV operators, drivers: Comply with ‘one seat apart’ rule or else…

Rosalie Abatayo 03/15/2020

CEBU CITY, Philippines — Starting on Monday, March 16, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board in Central Visayas (LTFRB-7) will set out to the streets to ensure public utility vehicles’ (PUVs) compliance with the social distancing…

Labella: Tricycles not a problem in Cebu City

Delta Dyrecka Letigio 02/21/2020

CEBU CITY, Philippines — Tricycles are well monitored and are not major problems in Cebu City’s roads. Mayor Edgardo Labella said this on February 21, 2020 after the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) included tricycles…

LTFRB-7 to launch 400 more PUVs on July 11

Delta Dyrecka Letigio 07/06/2019

CEBU CITY, Philippines — The Land Transportation and Regulatory Board in Central Visayas (LTFRB-7) will be launching the 400 modernized public utility vehicles (PUVs) that have been given new franchises to operate in Metro Cebu on July…

LTFRB execs to tackle formula for predetermined PUV fare

Jessa Mae O. Sotto 12/02/2018

  The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board will try to come up with a formula for a predetermined fare for public transportation in the country. Members of the LTFRB’s technical working group (TWG) which will meet…

LTFRB to push with PUV modernization

Inquirer.net 10/10/2018

LAND Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) Chair Martin Delgra categorically assured Transport Secretary Arthur Tugade on Wednesday that the implementation of the pubic utility vehicle (PUV) modernization program will push through. “Allow us to state categorically…

P10 fare rate for PUVs

Reporter Morexette Marie B. Erram and Correspondent Jessa Mae O. Sotto 10/03/2018

Commuters in Cebu may soon have to pay at least P10 for their ride to school, work and home. That is if public utility vehicle (PUV) operators secure approval for their fare rate hike petitions from the…

LGU to have a say on PUV franchise applications

Jessa Sotto 04/01/2018

Local Government Units (LGUs) will soon have the chance to evaluate Public Utility Vehicles (PUV) applying for a franchise. The Land Transporation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB-7) Regional Director Ahmed Cuizon said that LGUs know that conditions…

Free Wi-Fi, pay card system required for new jeepneys

Michelle Joy L. Padayhag 07/09/2017

IMAGINE having free Wi-Fi and paying with a card instead of cash for your next ride on board a passenger jeepney. That, along with closed-circuit TV (CCTV) and dashboard cameras and a global navigation satellite system (GNSS),…

MAO BA?

Editorial 02/20/2017

ABSENT-MINDED CABBIE The reminder not to text while driving doesn’t just apply to motorists but also public utility vehicle (PUV) drivers who have passengers to fetch and drive to their destination. A taxi driver picked up a…

Why coasters are better than jeepneys

Stephen D. Capillas 11/03/2016

The passenger jeepney is probably the most common form of public utility vehicle (PUV) in the streets, and to many commuters it’s the first affordable, viable mass transport option that comes to mind whenever they step out…

That Waze survey and the ‘Train to Busan’

Stephen D. Capillas 09/22/2016

Anyone who experienced Metro Cebu’s traffic, regardless of how horrible it may be to some, may still be surprised by the recent Waze survey that showed Metro Cebu’s roads, streets and traffic to be the most unfriendly…

Ban ‘Pokemon Go’ in all public areas – Alcover

Margarette Managaytay 09/13/2016

BEWARE Pokemon Goers. Your playing days in public places across the City of Cebu are numbered as officials begin a review of a proposed ordinance regulating the game’s “playing zones” here. A draft ordinance by Cebu City…

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