LTFRB appealed to Return the P8 of minimum jeepney fare

The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) appealed to the United Filipino Consumers & Commuters to return the minimum cost of the jeep to ₱ 8.00.

In a letter, LTFRB Chairman Martin Delgra III and board members urged Ronald Corpus and Atty. Aileen Lizada will discuss the above-mentioned fare approval.

The group's rationale - five weeks after the oil company's bigtime rollback rolled oil prices and its experts said it would be followed.

But today, the Alliance of Concerned Transport Organization (ACTO) opposes the petition of the commuter group.

ACTO President Efren De Luna says - it is futile to recover the fare because LTFRB has made a permanent decision.

De Luna - they have long fought too much for fuel traffic, oil prices and spare parts and enforcing excise taxes, E-VAT and fare discounts.

Lizada, meanwhile, also requested a special board meeting, which had earlier filed a dissenting opinion on a fare hike to discuss the decision of LTFRB.


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