Presidential Communications Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson has known as on the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board to get its act collectively and deal with the deadlock on the Uber and Grab ride-sharing providers.
“LTFRB pasensya na po ha pero SABLAY talaga ang gagawin niyo. Isip isip ng konti bago magalit ang taumbayan sa inyo,” Uson wrote on Facebook.
She additionally appealed to the Department of Transportation to remind the LTFRB about addressing the wants of the general public for secure and handy transportation. She questioned LTFRB’s penchant to concentrate on Grab and Uber when it was permitting unsafe public transportation practices.
The LTFRB has drawn outrage from commuters after it launched a crackdown on Uber and Grabe operators for alleged lack of permits.