11 months Group of TNVS providers appeals for amnesty for 5,000 drivers, seeks Duterte’s help MB
By Alexandria San Juan  A group of transport network vehicle service (TNVS) providers has sought help to President Rodrigo Duterte in solving issues surrounding the ride-hailing market in the country, and have also appealed for amnesty of some 5,000 deactivated drivers recently. Deactivated Grab drivers park their cars in front of the LTFRB along East Ave in Quezon City, as they protest the deactivation of 8,000 Grab Drivers. (MARK BALMORES / MANILA BULLETIN FILE PHOTO) Among the issues raised by the TNVS Community in their letter addressed to President Duterte and Transportation secretary Arthur Tugade was the “demanding” process and ... more