This week has been a bad one for Manila commuters.
Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board, the government agency that regulates public transportation in the country, denied the Motion for Reconsideration of the ride-sharing mobile application called “Uber” which pushed the company to suspend its operations starting August 15. According to LTFRB, the Transport Network Vehicle service company has committed a numbers of violations which include the continuous acceptance of new units that has been prohibited by the organization’s resolution last July 26.
Now more than ever, the Vox populi has filled out their patience to the brim which is pretty obvious from their reactions:
We’ll still wait for your big comeback, Uber PH!
Do you also feel the same? Share us your thoughts!