‘Juan Stop, Juan Go’ launched by LTO for motorcycle delivery riders

The Land Transportation Office (LTO), has today signed a memorandum of agreement (MOA) with Grab and Foodpanda – both operators of motorcycle courier services – to formally launch the “Juan Stop, Juan Go” program.

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Under the Juan Stop, Juan Go, a one-stop-shop facility, which includes an express lane in select LTO district or extension offices, will be opened to aid delivery riders in their licensing and registration requirements with LTO.

Best of all, the Juan Stop, Juan Go will be open to all delivery riders, regardless of their delivery service affiliation.

Through the Juan Stop, Juan Go project, LTO recognizes the importance of our riders, their hard work and dedication as frontliners in the transport sector during this pandemic.

To kick-off the project, a Juan Stop, Juan Go Express Lane will be inaugurated at LTO Cainta Extension Office on December 6, 2021. The LTO is yet to publish the list of their branches/ extension offices that will cater to the Juan Stop, Juan Go program.