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Project ARK is a private sector-led initiative that aims to make massive testing possible through the use of Antibody Rapid test Kits. Its two-pronged approach includes the widespread screening of company workforces, as well as the testing of nearby barangay residents where these companies operate.
“Guys legit to, gumawa kami ng food delivery service oha,” the company’s Twitter announcement reads. “Para to sa mga bikers at sa inyo. We will not take any commission in this initiative. Sa kanila lahat to.”
RIDE-HAILING platform Angkas now has a food delivery service to help its bikers during the government-imposed quarantine period.
ANGKAS is seeking a 72-hour temporary restraining order (TRO) against the implementation of a policy allowing the inclusion of JoyRide and Move It in the extended pilot program for motorcycle taxis and imposing a limit on the number of bikers.
THE Mandaluyong City Regional Trial Court (RTC) has issued a 72-hour temporary restraining order (TRO) against the new policy of the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) that limits the number of bikers of motorcycle ride-hailing platform Angkas (DBDOYC, Inc.) to 10,000 in Metro Manila and 3,000 in Cebu.
THE TECHNICAL working group of the Department of Transportation (DoTr) has released the actual number of authorized drivers submitted by motorcycle taxi service providers.
THE PHILIPPINE National Police-Highway Patrol Group (PNP-HPG) has expressed support to motorcycle-hailing firm Angkas (DBDOYC, Inc.), which is planning to launch its six-month test run within this month following a green-light from government.
ANGKAS (DBDOYC, Inc.) is targeting to start the six-month pilot run of motorcycle taxis before the end of June, as the Department of Transportation (DoTr) tapped the ride-hailing firm to work with the government in studying the public transport alternative.
ANGKAS is once again prohibited from operating, as the Supreme Court (SC) decision effectively allowed the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) to apprehend the motorcycle-hailing company’s bikers.
MOTORCYCLE-HAILING company Angkas said the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) is allowing its riders back on the roads in respect to the order of a Mandaluyong City court.