Breaking: Uber files motion for reconsideration with LTFRB, resumes operation today

Breaking: Uber files motion for reconsideration with LTFRB, resumes operation today

After the announcing the one-month suspension order of LTFRB to Uber yesterday, the company has filed a motion for reconsideration and has resumed their service operations.


After the Facebook post of LTFRB stating that all Transport Network Vehicle Service (TVNS) of Uber shall be suspended for 1 month, Uber has stated in their facebook post that its services will resume until the motion is resolved. Its service is still available to Metro Manila and Cebu.

Click here for Uber’s facebook post regarding their Motion for Reconsideration.

Update as of 8/15/2017: Uber’s Motion for Reconsideration has been denied by LTFRB.

Vaughn is your go-to person when it comes to comparing gadgets especially smartphones. He's also a gamer by heart and the "Hackerman" of the team.

You may also like...

3 Responses

  1. Ronald says:

    Sana makapag-resume agad ang uber. Ang taas kasi ng pamasahe sa grab tapos ung mga bad feedback pa na nagka-cancel ng mga trip pag malayo or matrapik ung destination.

  2. Mr.han says:

    With all due respect to you morron, you know NOTHING ABOUT COMMUTING ASSHOLE!! You better have a basis and experience for you to say words you know nothing about shithead. Ive been struggling with what you jackass protect as safe taxi, having contract rides or asking +50 kc wlang pasahero pabalik, tang ina poblema ko b un gunggong kau, kundi b nmn kau mismu my ari ng mga taxi n yn. Gusto nyu kau lang kumita, d pkau nkontento sa tax nmen mga dorobo. Shit scavengers!!!!!

  3. Rtx says:

    If these people really are thinking about the commuters, they could have just delayed the suspension or quadrupled the penalty.

Leave a Reply


%d bloggers like this: