Toyota PH provides more than transport needs to frontliners
The official local arm of the Japanese automaker Toyota has expanded more than just transportation during this pandemic period.
Toyota Motor Philippines handed over around 900 food packages to Frontliner through the TMP Foundation, particularly from the Department of Transportation (DOTr).
These food parcels were distributed among drivers, security and support personnel to further support the government's Free Ride Service program in Metro Manila.
The government initiative, which provides transportation services for the country's medical frontliners, started in March to reduce the transportation needs of medical professionals.
The meals were distributed over two tranches in 450 meal packs per day.
The areas in which these food packaging are received are located in the Alabang Staging Area, in the LTO Central, in the Paranaque Integrated Terminal Exchange and in the Valenzuela Gateway Complex.
Prior to government support, TMP, in collaboration with the Toyota Mobility Foundation, provided ten shuttles to the Philippine General Hospital (PGH), which sets the pick-up time using the Just-in-Time booking app and places close to Home for workers for more security in response to the transportation department's request to make mobility more accessible, especially to health workers.
This is in addition to the 49 TMP loans in selected hospitals, LGUs and other volunteer groups in Metro Manila and Laguna.
As the nation continues to face the challenges of the pandemic, Toyota will continue to be at one with government efforts and serve more Filipinos.
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