The future of sustainable mobility: MVP Group to offer the ultimate experience in transportation flexibility and convenience

One year since its official launch, MPT Mobility is ready to shift into higher gear to further improve motorists’ travel experience.

MPT Mobility is poised to be the future of sustainable mobility in the Philippines, providing solutions to the perennial traffic problem through its portfolio of digitally driven products and services.

MPT Mobility president and general manager Rodrigo Franco said the company is paving the way for mobility solutions in the country.

“As the non-tollways division and innovations arm of Metro Pacific Tollways Corp. (MPTC), we are in the business of facilitating mobility of vehicles along our expressways and beyond tollgates, of providing complementary services to traveling, and delivery of solutions that improve the experience of our motoring public,” Franco said.

MPT Mobility has eight operating units under its fold: Dibz, On-Us Solutions, Inc. (Byahe), Spot On, Easytrip Services Corporation, MPT DriveHub, Savvice Corporation, NLEX Drive and Dine, and Onehub.

It was set up in October last year to pursue new revenue streams outside of Metro Pacific Tollways Corp.’s (MPTC) heritage expressway business while also improving customer experience.

MPT Mobility last week held a multi-stakeholder dialogue on how to build smart, sustainable, and synergized urban mobility solutions for the Filipinos. The event was attended by Management Association of the Philippines president Rogelio L. Singson, McKinsey & Company PH acting managing director Jon Canto, Trade and Industry director for Competitiveness Bureau Lilian G. Salonga, MPTC president and CEO Rodrigo E. Franco, Manila Transport Planning lead of ARUP Lize de Beer, former chief engineer at the Land Transport Authority, Government of Singapore Chin Kian Keong, and Metro Pacific Investment Corp’ head of government relations and public affairs Atty. Mike Toledo.

 

 

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