Various transport groups in Northern Mindanao have expressed their full support to the implementation of the government’s Public Utility Vehicle Modernization Program (PUVMP) and will not be participating in the week-long nationwide transport strike starting tomorrow, March 6, 2023 being planned by some transport groups.
The Northern Mindanao Federation of Transport Service Cooperative (NOMFEDTRASCO) together with the forty-seven (47) primary transport service cooperatives of Misamis Oriental, Misamis Occidental, Bukidnon, Lanao del Norte, Camiguin, and the cities of Cagayan de Oro, Iligan, Ozamiz and Tangub in Region 10 has released a statement that they are not joining the nationwide strike tomorrow being planned by some transport groups. They also stated they are one with the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) in pushing through industry consolidation, in pushing through industry consolidation, in fully supporting the MC 2023-013 and in the implementation of the PUVMP.
Browse over the statements released by local transport groups.
RUVANTSC-Lanao del Norte
MTBC – Balingasag, Misamis Oriental
MODGITRANSCO – Gingoog City
GDOTSCO – Gingoog City
IBMMTSC – Iligan City
MSU-MITSCO – Iligan and Marawi City
MIT-MPC – Iligan City
RODECO-TSC – Iligan City
DATRANSCO – Iligan City
MILTRASCO – Iligan City
MITSCO – Iligan City
NOBTSCO – Bukidnon
BUKTRAMCO – Bukidnon
MANIBELA, a transport group led by Mr. Mar Valbuena, recently declared a week-long nationwide transport strike to oppose the LTFRB MC 2023-013 which sets the deadline for industry consolidation until June 30 to retain their Provisional Authority to operate.
images by LTFRB-10