By Alexandria Dennise San Juan
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) launched on Tuesday their new interactive website at the Marco Polo Hotel in Davao City.
Lawyer Aileen Lizada, LTFRB member and spokesperson, said that the board’s new website address is ltfrb.ph.net, replacing its former domain, ltfrb.gov.ph.
The updated website, Lizada shared, contains updates
on regional offices, list of requirements for each application, and even the schedule of hearings.
Information about issuances, the Driver’s Academy, PUV modernization, Local Public Transport Route Plan (LPTRP) manual, new fare rates, and updated press releases, can also be found on the website.
The site will also allow easier process on how to file complaints against erring public utility vehicle drivers, or problems on roads, and how to transact with the LTFRB.
According to Lizada, the website is linked to social media applications such as Twitter and Facebook.
Lizada said that the new website is now interactive as the board plans to conduct an online weekly session to answer current concerns, issues that the people wanted to raise, and to conduct information dissemination.
Recently, netizens extended their complaints through social media about the board’s former website always down and outdated.
The LTFRB posted last August on their social media accounts their idea to relaunch their website and asked the netizens if they are in favor of the updated site.
Based on the poll, 74 people out of the 83 respondents answered “Yes,” while the rest said: “No.”
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