Grab, the World Bank, and the Philippines’ Department of Transportation and Communications have launched an open data initiative to address traffic congestion and road safety challenges.
Sebanyak 30 mobil terjaring razia dalam 3 bulan terakhir, para pengemudi resah Pemerintah tekankan adanya entitas legal; pengamat menilai ada kesalahpahaman
Jakarta has become the latest city to act against ride-sharing services such as those offered by US-based Uber Technologies and Singapore-based GrabTaxi, and has formed a special task force to keep an eye on them.
GrabTaxi said its GrabCar private hire vehicle booking service became the first service of its kind in the Philippines to be fully accredited as a Transportation Network Company (TNC) by the Land Transportation Franchising & Regulatory Board (LTFRB).
San Francisco-based startup Uber has praised the Philippines’ Department of Transportation and Communication (DOTC) for its new guidelines which would pave the way for the legal use of ride-sharing smartphone applications.