As GCQ will be implemented by June 1, 2020, many are concerned on how to get to and from work. Since there will be limited public transportation, many have raised concerns if TNVS will be allowed to operate during GCQ.
According to Grab, they have submitted 31,000 names to operate during the GCQ but LTFRB had only approved 2,025 TNV drivers to resume to serve Filipinos.
Grab will be reducing their commissions from drivers so each partner driver can earn more. While there will still be commission going to the company, they will be allocating it to the subsidy of sanitation and hygiene kits for their drivers.
They also appeal to the LTFRB to increase the number of TNVS vehicles and drivers so more of the commuting public can safely go and come home from work.