Last May 22, 2019, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) and the Lucban Genesis Transport Service and Multipurpose Cooperative (LGTSMPC) formally launched their modern public utility vehicles (PUV) for operation in Lucban, Quezon.
Lucban, the "Art Capital", home of the prestigious and colorful Pahiyas Festival, and a 2nd class municipality of province of Quezon, Philippines, is now among the most recent places to take advantage of the government’s PUV Modernization Program (PUVMP).
LTFRB Region IV-A Director Renwick Rutaquio presented the new design of Public Utility Jeepneys (PUJ) in compliance with the PUVMP guidelines. The PUVMP aims to provide safer, more convenient, environment-friendly, and modernized mode of public transportation to commuters.
The key officials who attended the event were Lucban OIC Mayor Armando Abutal, Land Transportation Office District Officer Wilma De Castro, Office of Transportation Cooperatives Executive Director Eugene M. Pabualan, Development Bank of the Philippines Senior Vice President Jose Gabino Dimayuga, Cooperative Development Authority Regional Director Salvador Valeroso, Isuzu Philippines Corp. District Head in Sales Mr. Joseph Bautista, Isuzu Philippines Corp. Sales Department Head Mr. Mario Ojales, Isuzu Lucban General Manager Marcel Tolentino, and euodoó Technologies, Inc. Head in Sales and Marketing Mr. Richard D. Montealegre.
Public transportation is an important contributing factor to urban sustainability. Effective transportation networks that incorporate public transit help lower a city’s per capita carbon footprint, and make cities more livable by easing commute and transportation needs and increasing accessibility.
Isuzu’s Euro 4 engine, is the emission standards to limit the amount of harmful chemicals that spreads in the air. This seek to limit the vehicle’s toxic gas in hopes to attain a cleaner, breathable air. Sustainable Cities Institute names five principles of sustainability for municipal transportation: accessibility; affordability; connectivity; holistic transportation and land use planning; and planning with the environment in mind.
Partnered with Isuzu Philippines, euodoó technologies is the leading provider of CCTV, GPS, Wifi, Dashcam, Led Signage, LED Monitor, and the very first Distance based Automated Fare Collection System (AFCS) that is thoroughly designed for Modernized PUV’s. Isuzu’s Modernized PUV’s is geared up with complete accessories that are compliant to the government’s requirement.
euodoó is tapping this historical opportunity in transportation industry of Lucban Quezon, by gearing up towards the continuous development of the state of the art technology, and providing improved and excellent service. Congratulations to Lucban Genesis Transport Service and Multipurpose Cooperative (LGTSMPC) for a successful and fruitful event.