Quantcast
Home » Land Transportation Office You are browsing entries tagged with “Land Transportation Office”

PCCI asks gov’t to defer stiffer penalties on traffic violators

By
Alfredo Yao. PHOTO BY LYN RILLON

The Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) has urged the government to defer the implementation of an administrative order imposing stiffer penalties on traffic violations, as this may only aggravate the congestion at the port of Manila.

Posted: June 22nd, 2014 in Latest Business Stories | Read More »

Court stops bidding for LTO project

By
INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

A regional trial court has issued an order temporarily halting the bidding of a P3.4-billion contract to develop and implement the crucial IT infrastructure of the Land Transportation
Office after lawyer Salvador Belaro questioned the project, documents seen by the Inquirer showed.

Posted: April 28th, 2014 in Editor's Pick,Featured Gallery,Headlines,Photos & Videos | Read More »

DOTC to drop gambling probe on Torres once she retires—Abaya

By
LTO Assistant Secretary Virginia Torres (middle)   Contributed photo

The Department of Transportation and Communications is likely to drop an internal investigation into the gambling activities of the Land Transportation Office’s top official, Virginia Torres, who announced on Tuesday her retirement by the end of the month.

Posted: October 9th, 2013 in Latest Business Stories | Read More »

JV firms vying for LTO contract accused of submitting ‘false’ documents

By
The Philippine government needs to invest some P2.3 trillion—or roughly $57.3 billion—from 2014 to 2030, to improve and overhaul the transport infrastructure in Metro Manila and its surrounding regions, according to the Japan International Cooperation Agency. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

A civil group has asked the Department of Justice (DOJ) to charge in court two private firms competing for the government’s P 3.8-billion supply contract for motor vehicle license plates for allegedly submitting “fraudulent” documents.

Posted: August 19th, 2013 in Latest Business Stories | Read More »

Claims of anomaly derail LTO project

By

Vehicle owners may have to wait a while longer for the release of new license plates as the Transportation department looks into allegations of anomaly in the bidding process conducted two months ago, according to Transportation Secretary Joseph Abaya.

Posted: August 1st, 2013 in Headlines | Read More »

Advertisement

News

  • Govt stopped from building train station in front of Trinoma Mall in Quezon City
  • Death toll hits 51 from mudslide in Indian village
  • Gas explosions kill 24, injure 271 in Taiwan
  • Family, friends remember Cory Aquino on fifth death anniversary
  • 2 dead in Antipolo jeep crash
  • Sports

  • Manu Ginobili out of Fiba World Cup 2014
  • Cagayan turns back Ateneo in 5 sets
  • Good, bad: Fiba Asia U18 tilt postponed
  • Surprising Chiefs face Bombers; Lions test Stags
  • Duremdes shoulders blame for Falcons’ 37-point debacle
  • Lifestyle

  • Youth depression common, thrives on silence
  • ‘Usie/ussie’ has more social value than ‘selfie’
  • So very Cory Aquino: A drawer of rosaries
  • Filipino designer makes waves abroad–from weaving
  • Why argan oil is prized–and priced–like gold
  • Entertainment

  • ‘A Cinemalaya film should still have a life after the fest’
  • Gretchen Barreto keeps mum on Julia
  • Gary Valenciano’s birthday show a family affair
  • No longer in hiding, TNT finds way home
  • Versatile Brit band serves up feast for both the eyes and ears
  • Business

  • Oil prices fall further in Asia
  • US stocks tumble 2% in broad sell-off
  • Pasig food firm faces tax raps
  • Study traces dinosaur evolution into early birds
  • Bangko Sentral raises key policy rates
  • Technology

  • Google says ‘forgetting’ isn’t easy, as removal requests mount
  • Mommy D trends online amid reports she has a boyfriend
  • Britain to trial driverless cars from 2015
  • Japanese gov’t, publishers demand online ‘Manga’ pirates to shut down
  • Twitter flies on surprisingly strong numbers
  • Opinion

  • Editorial cartoon, August 1, 2014
  • Editorials
  • Stop cartels like Philip Morris
  • Backing down from confrontation
  • Valuing teachers
  • Global Nation

  • US envoy vows continued support to PH efforts to stop media killings
  • Guilty Chinese trio pinned down by housemaid at Parañaque ‘shabu’ lab
  • US firm pulls out insulting video on Filipino nurses
  • Airlines’ transfer seen to decongest Naia Terminal 1
  • Filipina nurse stabbed to death in New Jersey; boyfriend charged
  • Marketplace
    Advertisement