ACTO

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ACTOAdvocacy Centre for Tenants Ontario (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
ACTOAction Officer
ACTOAssociation for Counselling and Therapy Online (website; est. 2006)
ACTOAlliance of Concerned Transport Organizations (Philippines)
ACTOAmazonian Cooperation Treaty Organization
ACTOArmy Communicative Technology Office
ACTOAssociation of Charter Train Operators (UK)
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Pinagkaisang Samahan ng mga Tsuper at Operator Nationwide (PISTON) and the Alliance of Concerned Transport Organizations (ACTO) pushed through with the transport protest despite the call from the LTFRB to defer the "strike" and prioritize first the riding public.
The Alliance of Concerned Transport Organizations (Acto) said it would go ahead with a planned strike on Monday in defiance of appeals from the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) that they defer the 'disruptive' protest.
The Alliance of Concerned Transport Organizations (ACTO) staged on Monday a protest against the "impossible" conditions of the transport department's Public Utility Vehicle Modernization Program (PUVMP).
In a separate June 13 letter, Lawyers for Commuters' Safety and Protection and the Alliance of Concerned Transport Organizations urged the LTFRB to seriously consider providing specific drop-off points that 'can even be used by other public utility vehicles plying the route.'
'These include the Federation of Jeepney Operators and Drivers Association of the Philippines (FEJODAP), Alliance of Concerned Transport Organizations (ACTO), Pangkalahatang Sanggunian Manila and Suburb Drivers Association Nationwide Inc., (PASANG MASDA), Land Transportation Organization of the Philippines (LTOP), Alliance of Transport Operators and Drivers Association of the Philippines (ALTODAP), Stop and Go Coalition, and majority of provincial transport cooperatives all over the country.'
This was revealed during a press conference at the LTFRB office on Monday in time with the transport protest staged by members of Pinagkaisang Samahan ng mga Tsuper at Operator Nationwide (PISTON) and Alliance of Concerned Transport Organizations (ACTO) against the administration's PUV Modernization Program.
Other complainants were Roberto Martin of Pasang Masda, Melencio Vargas of the Alliance of Transport Operators Driver's Associations of the Philippines, Zenaida Maranan of the Federation of Jeepney Operators Drivers Association of the Philippines, Efren de Luna of Alliance of Concerned Transport Organizations, Orlando Marquez of the Liga ng Transportation at Opereytor sa Pilipinas and Fermin Octubre of the Drivers Unite for Mass Progress Equality and Reality.
Meanwhile, Alliance of Concerned Transport Organizations (ACTO) national head Efren De Luna argued they were not able to increase their fares when the fuel prices shot up.
The Alliance of Concerned Transport Organizations (ACTO), Federation of Jeepney Operators and Drivers Association of the Philippines (Fejodap), Pangkalahatang Sanggunian Manila and Suburbs Drivers Association (Pasang Masda), and the Liga ng Transportasyon at Operators sa Pilipinas (LTOP) announced their support for Romualdez in a press conference in Quezon City Monday.
In September last year, FEJODAP, with League of Transport Operators of the Philippines (LTOP), Alliance of Concerned Transport Organizations (ACTO), and Alliance of Transport Operators & Drivers Association of the Philippines (ALTODAP), filed a petition to increase minimum jeepney fare from P8 to P12.
These were the Liga ng Transportasyon at Operators sa Pilipinas, Pasang Masda, Alliance of Concerned Transport Organizations, Alliance of Transport Operators Drivers Association of the Philippines, and the Federation of Jeepney Operators and Drivers Association of the Philippines.
However, although supportive of the modernization, Efren de Luna of Alliance of Concerned Transport Organizations (ACTO) said the implementation of the program must be gradual and not rushed.
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