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JEEPNEY. Passenger jeepneys in Bacoor, Cavite return on the road on the second day of the week-long strike on March 7, 2023.
Major transport groups say they will not participate in the strike, which centers around the issue of jeepney modernization
MANILA, Philippines – The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) assured the public that the 3-day transport strike starting on July 24 will not disrupt their regular commute.
“Huwag po kayong mabahala dito sa strike na ito. Nandito po kasama natin ‘yung mga pinakamalaking mga transport groups,” LTFRB Chairman Teofilo Guadiz III said in a press conference on Tuesday, July 18.
(Don’t be worried about this strike. The largest transportation groups stand with us.)
Major transport groups, often referred to as the “Magnificent 7,” will not be participating in the strike. The “tigil-pa