LTO transactions now available online in 24 offices nationwide
MANILA, Philippines – Applying for a driver’s license and other transactions can now be accomplished online through the Land Transport Management System (LTMS), said the Land Transportation Office on Tuesday.
The LTMS is an online system that accommodates clients’ application and renewal transactions for both driver’s and conductor’s licenses among other transactions currently available in 24 LTO offices nationwide.
With the new LTMS, applicants may submit an application for new applications and renewal of driver’s or conductor’s license, and other miscellaneous transactions.
They can also book an appointment and pay for these driver’s license transactions online by registering an account at portal.lto.gov.ph.
The online transactions also include the application for student permit. However, this will be suspended from July 1 to August 3 to allow new training requirements.
LTO Offices offering online services in Metro Manila:
- Central Office-License Section
- Quezon City Licensing Center
- Eastwood Driver’s License Renewal Office
- Ever Gotesco Driver’s License Renewal Office
- Muntinlupa District Office
- Laoag District Office
- Bayombong District Office
- Lipa District Office
- Naga District Office
- Calapan District Office
- Baguio Licensing Center
- San Fernando Licensing Center
- Angeles District Office
- Biñan District Office
- Tagbilaran District Office
- Dumaguete District Office
- Roxas District Office
- Ormoc District Office
- Pagadian District Office
- Malaybalay District Office
- Butuan District Office
- Tagum District Office
- Davao District Office
- General Santos District Office
“We are fast-tracking necessary preparations so that more LTO offices will be equipped with the LTMS. Rest assured that while we shift to the new normal, we will surely adapt to digitalization,” LTO chief Edgar Galvante said in a statement.
LTO gradually launched the LTMS in accordance with the digitalization efforts implemented by the Department of Transportation as part of containment measures against the spread of the coronavirus disease.
LTO also said they will start pilot testing the system for motor vehicle registration next week. Jim Mendoza, Trainee
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