A driver for ride-hailing agency Angkas waits for a passenger at a road in Manila on Aug. 1, 2019. (File picture by NOEL CELIS / Agence France-Presse

MANILA, Philippines — Angkas will maintain working even throughout the week-long transport strike that begins on Monday and it'll not implement any worth surges or additional charges, George Royeca, the co-founder and chief govt officer of the ride-hailing agency stated in an announcement on Twitter on Sunday.

Angkas assures passengers

“Staying true to our core of offering protected various transport to our driving public, we want to guarantee our commuters that can do our greatest to reinforce any transportation gaps that could be led to by the upcoming transport strike,” Royeca stated.

He known as on commuters to report any erring Angkas rider who would demand to be paid additional fare. Royeca additionally reminded passengers to e-book rides sooner than normal to keep away from inconveniences.

“You will be assured your Angkas fleet and the entire crew will do every little thing we will to get you to your locations,” Royeca stated.

ASSERTION RELATING TO THE UPCOMING TRANSPORT STRIKE

#ANGKAS PIC.TWITTER.COM/4MXWQK4EDA

 GEORGE ROYECA (@GEORGEROYECA) MARCH 5, 2023

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