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7,000 GrabTaxis ready for cashless rides

Grab Philippines has trained and prepared almost 7,000 taxi drivers across the country to adapt to cashless payments in support of the government’s mandate for cashless transactions for public transportation. Aside from mitigating the spread of infection brought about by the exchange of cash, adapting cashless payments will also allow for improved contact tracing capabilities especially in public transportation such as taxis. Starting May 22, Grab will resume operations of its GrabTaxi services in Baguio and Naga, piloting with almost 400 drivers to help ferry workers as community quarantine guidelines relax in these cities.

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