Senator Joel Villanueva on Monday urged Uber and the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) to provide you with an amicable decision quickly.
Villanueva made the assertion following reviews on the suspension for a month-long suspension slapped by the LTFRB on the transport community firm (TNC) attributable to Uber’s defiance to its order to not settle for and activate new drivers.
Uber had been informed to utterly cease operations starting 6 p.m.
“At the end of the day, the riding public will suffer the most from a failure to reach a workable solution,” the senator mentioned.
Villanueva mentioned the LTFRB ought to clearly outline the “predatory actions” of Uber which warranted the suspension.