Naga San Fernando Transport Cooperative Ties up with GSAC​

Gubat St. Anthony Cooperative (GSAC) and Naga San Fernando Transport Cooperative (NSFTC) signed a Memorandum of Agreement, February 10, 2021. Signatories were GSAC Chairman Rene B. Hermo and NSFTC Chairman Inocasio C. Noora.

GSAC welcomes the opportunity to contribute to the continuous development of our transportation system in line with providing commuters with more efficient, safe and comfortable modes of transport.

The Public Utility Vehicle Modernization Program (PUVMP) goes beyond the mission of modernizing—it is a comprehensive reform system that will entirely change the public land transportation industry. And this is being made possible through GSAC collaboration with Easyway Transport Service and Multipurpose Cooperative  which is based  at 6-A San Roque St. Brgy. Holy Spirit, Quezon City in Metro Manila and Gubat Transport Cooperative (GTC) based here in our own town of Gubat. Gubat was the first in the province in the entire Bicol Region to use the country’s modernized jeepneys with Euro 4 engines.

GSAC aims to widen the coverage and reach more clients to serve them not only within Bicol Region but also in Manila.