SEVERAL transport groups have expressed support for the implementation by the Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) and the Land Transportation Office (LTO) of the controversial Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Project.
MANILA, Philippines - Militant transport group Pinagkaisang Samahan ng mga Tsuper at Opereytors Nationwide (Piston) has staged a protest action in front of the Land Transportation Office (LTO) in Quezon City to express opposition to the installation of tracking devices in vehicles.
MANILA – In a bid to halt a potential source of campaign kitty for the Arroyo administration and relieve the public, especially the motorists, of additional financial burden come January 10, progressive partylist representatives and aspiring senators Satur Ocampo and Liza Maza, with Bayan Muna Representative Teddy Casino and Piston secretary general George San Mateo, asked the Supreme Court Wednesday to void the looming LTO-Stradcom RFID project. read more »
MANILA, Philippines – A move by the government to install equipment that will detect illegal public transport is being opposed by partylist and transport groups that have asked the Supreme Court to stop the implementation of the project. read more »
MANILA, Philippines - Various groups on Wednesday urged the Supreme Court to declare as unconstitutional a government plan to put radio frequency ID tags on all vehicles starting next month. read more »
MANILA, Philippines -- Militant party-list representatives and a public transport group asked the Supreme Court on Wednesday to nullify the Land Transportation Office’s radio frequency identification system for being unconstitutional. read more »
MANILA, Philippines – A militant transport group and some lawmakers are set to ask the Supreme Court to block the Land Transportation Office’s (LTO) planned implementation of the controversial radio frequency identification (RFID) system. read more »
DAVAO CITY – While giant oil firms and the Malacañang are on a staged war over Executive Order 839, which ordered a selective oil price freeze in aid of the typhoon Ondoy and Pepeng victims in Luzon, public transport sector and urban poor communities here said there is no looming oil shortage, only less superprofits for the oil cartel. read more »