THE Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has invited transport group Laban TNVS, including other stakeholders, to a dialogue so that they may be able to raise their concerns, particularly on the opening of the TNVS slots.
LTFRB Chairman Teofilo Guadiz III said his office is open to Laban TNVS and even other transport groups, saying he welcomes them so that they can discuss the concerns related to the opening of the additional slots.
“As I have said time and again, the LTFRB is open to discuss matters related to concerns, at that time on the PUV modernization program, and now on the additional TNVS slots. We have always believed that a truthful and sincere dialogue will help in the resolution of any issue, and we will always welcome that,” declares LTFRB Chairman Guadiz.
The invitation was extended by the LTFRB to Laban TNVS as the group expressed opposition to the LTFRB’s decision to open 10,300 additional TNVS slots in Metro Manila, including the Metro Manila Urban Transportation Integration Study Update and Capacity Enhancement Project (MUCEP) area.
Catherine R. Cueto