MANILA, Philippines – The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has announced a final call to all transportation network vehicle service (TNVS) applicants who registered online but did not pursue their application to officially lodge their applications until November 15 (Friday).
According to LTFRB, there were at least 4,499 online applications that remain pending from the 10,000 slots the agency opened in June and 5,000 slots it opened in July.
To proceed with the applications, the LTFRB calls on applicants to adhere to the following guidelines:
- Only those with complete details and information submitted via on-line registration will be accepted for filing of the application;
- The units subject of application must not be more than three (3) years old at the time of filing;
- Only the applicant is allowed to file. In case of applicant’s absence, his/her direct ascendant/descendant or spouse is allowed to represent applicant, provided they are authorized through a Special Power of Attorney (SPA), with valid Government-issued ID of both applicant and representative;
- Provisional Authority (PA) will be issued upon acceptance of the application.
The agency said that all applications submitted after the deadline will be considered null and void.
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