Friday, June 26, 2009

LTFRB Website

Many people each day rush to the LTFRB Website but the problem is that most of the time, it is not available online. Same problem with other agencies of the government as you try to visit their official website to get relevant information on their mandate of public service.

In this case, I would like to provide a simple guide on how and where to find the LTFRB website and contact information.

Address Location: East Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City 1100. Philippines
Telephone. No.: +632 426 2515 | +632 925 7191 | +63 921 4487777

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8 comments: said...

Hi!Good day!!!I'm one of the thousand commuters in Sta Maria Bulacan and i am sorry but i really want to air my "great disappointment" with your decision of cancelling the franchise of the busses who joined the 1 day Strike...And because of that decision we, "commuters" feel that everyday is strike because of the scarcity of bus in Bulacan...

It was really hard for us and personally, i am about to resigned due to excessive tardiness i have incurred eversince this thing started....I know that i am not the only one...but I hope that you would consider my comment and act accordingly to help us-"employees" to keep our job.

Addition to this, there are no. drivers and conductors with families who are depending on this job and very much affected...Please think considerate... Thank you very much and God bless us all...

Anonymous said...

.. Pde po b ung mga bus n ndi n tinutuloy ung byahe cubao-fairview dhl kaunti nlng pasahero at inili2pat s ibng bus o jeep eh,suspindihin din..nka2abala s my mga trbho..tnx!

Anonymous said...

.. Fermex with body number 720..abusado.

odrareg said...

This message below can also be read profitably by the head of this office, LTFRB.

Please pass this message to Chairman FRANCIS N. TOLENTINO.


Dear Chairman:

In the contact page of your MMDA website, please provide an email address to each of your top officials in the MMDA, because it is the most efficient and quickest way for the citizenry to write to them for all concerns connected with the work of the MMDA.

Above all, please in the contact page of your website, give also your mobile phone number, and specially your email address, so that the citizenry will get to you directly, or at least to your personal though official secretary for her to read all emails sent to you -- and the secretary will be blamed if an email does not get to you because she thinks that it is not of any importance.

Now, I like to request you that as your people are busy with the following agenda:


MMDA Statement of Income and Expenses for 2011

MMDA Procurement Plan for 2011

MMDA Balance Sheet as of December 2011

MMDA Statement of Cash Flows as of August 2011

Contracts Awarded by MMDA for 2011

MMDA Approved Budget vs. Utilization for 2012 and 2011

Invitation to Bid


Please above all for the utmost convenience of the commuting citizenry, assign a resourceful group to produce a commuters' routes map of jeepneys, busses, fx taxis and also metro trains operating in Metro Manila, specifying at what points a transport vehicle starts and ends and all the streets traversed by the vehicle.

I am really most disappointed that the government of this country has not done anything that is free for the citizenry to consult like maps of routes of the public transport system of the country, and most specially of major cities, absolutely in particular the cities making up the MMDA.

Hope this letter get to you.

And when your office has produced such a routes map, please make it available at a token cost to the citizenry.

The NAMRIA is a useless office in this respect because it requires the citizenry to pay for its maps, which it sells at prices I would consider to be beyond the reach of ordinary citizens, who are for the most part poor but still though poor in need of maps, in particular routes maps of the public transport vehicles of the cities of the Philippines.

Most respectfully,

Pachomius a citizen

Nelson Barredo said...

hello! Bakit di po tayo mag patupad nang batas o kaya mag lagay nang sticker sa lahat ng taxi sa metro manila na nag babawal sa mga driver ang manghingi nang dagdag na pasahi, kadalasan ang dahilan nang mga driver ng taxi matraffic.

Nelson of Antipolo

Anonymous said...

Bakit ayaw ma-process ng complaint ko. I agree with Nelson, sana nga may sticker para matigil na pamemera ng mga driver. Kung manghingi pa ng dagdag di biro ang laki.

Anonymous said...

Incident happen last august 6, 2012 at SM-CARPARK CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY
Avanza-taxi with plate number KVW-139
Nanghihingi ng dagdag si Manong driver na very demanding ang dating.samantalang ang lapit lng ng destination nmin.Katwiran nya marami daw gamit.Kailan ba matitigil ang mga ganitong sobra mka singil.

Anonymous said...

Sumakay po ako ng Proj.8 na jeep ngayong araw.Pagbayad ko, sinabi ko po sa driver: "kuya pakibaba sa St. Joseph Village o GSISEA".Ilan lang po kaming pasahero.Nang ako na lang natirang pasahero, sabi sa kin ng driver:"Saan ba yung sinasabi mo? Sabi ko: "St.Joseph Vill. Malayo pa ba yun kuya?"Di po sya kumibo. Nang pakiramdam ko na ay malapit na. Nagtanong ako ulit sa kanya: "Kuya
saan yung St. Patrick School?" Sabi nya ng pagalit na: "Ayan o! Lagpas ka na! Andami mo kasing sinasabing lugar, dyan ka lang pala! Sumagot ako: Aba, dapat alam mo yan dahil driver ka! Nagalit na sya at sumigaw na, minura pa ako ng gago.
Sabi ko po sa kanya: "Irereport kita, sabay tingin sa plate no, nya: TXD 124 0r 194 yata po yun. Pakibigyan lang po ng aksyon dahil sa tingin ko either nakainom sya or hindi sya normal ng time na yun.Salamat po.