Dalin Liner fined P1M for expired certificate


THE Land Transportation Franchising Regulatory Board on Wednesday penalized bus firm Dalin Liner Inc. for unauthorized operations, particularly for using an expired Certificate of Public Convenience (CPC) and illegally switching license plates. The LTFRB ordered the bus company to pay P1 million after one of its unit (BBV-149) plying the Aparri-Manila route was flagged down by LTFRB enforcers in Balintawak on July 9 and the driver failed to present valid permit to operate. In compliant with Joint Administrative Order (JAO) 2014- 001, the LTFRB required Dalin Liner Inc. to submit a Show Cause Order explaining why its CPC should not be cancelled, revoked or suspended within five days from receipt of the order. On August 29, the bus company officials admitted that the unit had no authority to operate as a public utility vehicle as their CPC already expired on November 26, 2001.


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