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Build build build: From 385 km to 1040 km of high standard highways in Luzon
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Published October 27, 2017, 10:00 PM

By Anna Mae Yu Lamentillo

In the next six years, the Duterte Administration, will build the Luzon Spine Expressway Network — a 1,040 km expressway network which would connect the northern and southern most part of Luzon. By building a total of 18 expressways with a total road length of 655 km, Department of Public Works and Highways Secretary Mark Villar aims to compliment the existing expressway network spanning 385 km. Once completed, the travel time from Metro Manila to San Fernando, La Union will be reduced from six (6) hours and 55 minutes to three (3) hours and 10 minutes. Moreover, travel time from La Union to Bicol will be reduced from 19 hours and 40 minutes to eight (8) hours and 15 minutes.

Included in the expressway network are the NLEX Harbor Link Project, Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Expressway, Central Luzon Link Expressway, Plaridel By-Pass Road Phase II, Metro Manila Skyway Stage 3, NLEX-SLEX Connector Road, among others.

The NLEX Harbor Link Project, a 5.7 km expressway, which traverses Karuhatan in Valenzuela City, Governor Pascual Avenue in Malabon City, and C3 road in Caloocan City, will reduce travel time from Manila Port to NLEX to only 10 minutes.

The Central Luzon Link Expressway (CLLEX) is a 30-km expressway, which traverses the municipalities of La Paz, Zaragosa, Aliaga, and Caalibangbangan, to connect two large cities of Tarlac and Cabanatuan. The CLLEX, which originates from the connection of SCTEx and of TPLEx in Balincanaway, Tarlac City, is expected to decongest traffic in Pan Philippine Highway by 48% and reduce travel time between Tarlac City and Cabanatuan City from 70 mins to 20 minutes.

Section 3 of the Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Expressway is a 25.83 km expressway which extends the existing 63.02 km alignment traversing Tarlac, Rosales and Urdaneta to Binalonan, Pozzurobio and La Union — creating an 88.85 kilometer stretch. The Urdaneta-Binalonan segment which was operational since September of last year has reduced travel time from Tarlac City to Urdaneta from 2 hours and 30 minutes to about 40 minutes. Upon completion, TPLEX is expected to benefit over 100,000 vehicles per day and will cut travel time to Gerona, Paniqui, Rosales, Urdaneta, and Rosario.

The NLEX-SLEX Connector Road, an 8 km four lane expressway, which will traverse C3 road in Caloocan City passing through Blumentritt and España, is expected to decongest Metro Manila traffic and provide better access to seaports and airports. It will reduce travel time from NLEX to SLEX from 2 hours to only about 20 minutes. Moreover, it will also cut travel from Clark to Calamba from 3 hours to only about 1 hour and 40 minutes.

The Metro Manila Skyway Stage 3, a 14.8 km, 6-lane expressway which will connect Balintawak in Quezon City to Buendia Makati, is expected to decongest EDSA, Quezon Avenue, Araneta Avenue and Quirino Avenue by as much as 55,000 vehicles daily. Upon completion, it will reduce travel time from Buendia to Balintawak from 2 hours to 15 to 20 minutes.

DPWH is now updating the High Standard Highway Network Development Masterplan which would expand the coverage from the sphere of 200 km to 300 km radius around Metro Manila.

[About the author: Anna Mae Yu Lamentillo is the Chairperson of the DPWH Build Build Build Committee. She graduated cum laude at the University of the Philippines Los Baños with a degree of Development Communications and is currently pursuing her Juris Doctor program at the University of the Philippines Diliman and her Executive Program at the Harvard Kennedy School]

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This is to authorize tiyanak and jabezj to post or share related articles and update this thread regularly.
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akala ko naman basurang post ni boy kambs... good news pala. :D 8)


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‘Build build build’: Celebrities react to China’s militarization of West Philippine Sea
By: Niña V. Guno
INQUIRER.net / 08:04 PM February 05, 2018

Celebrities, artists and netizens shared their sentiments online after an exclusive INQUIRER.net report revealed images of China’s highly developed transformation of Philippine reefs into air and naval bases.

This is despite a Hague court ruling that rejected Beijing’s claim to historic rights to the “nine-dash” line which covers the entire contested area. China never acknowledged the case and was absent throughout the proceedings.

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‘Build build build’: Celebrities react to China’s militarization of West Philippine Sea
By: Niña V. Guno
INQUIRER.net / 08:04 PM February 05, 2018

Celebrities, artists and netizens shared their sentiments online after an exclusive INQUIRER.net report revealed images of China’s highly developed transformation of Philippine reefs into air and naval bases.

This is despite a Hague court ruling that rejected Beijing’s claim to historic rights to the “nine-dash” line which covers the entire contested area. China never acknowledged the case and was absent throughout the proceedings.

Read more: http://entertainment.inquirer.net/26068 ... z56Ee8qXBs
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Warning #1: FR#8 lihisaying. Please stick to the topic of the thread. :D

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matagal ko na din tong gustong gawing topic... kaso busy lang... I'll put some inputs from time to time.. :D

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Build, Build, Build ‘on track’
BY MAYVELIN U. CARABALLO, TMT ON AUGUST 19, 2017

But Diokno warns of congestion, increased traffic as construction kicks off
The Duterte administration is “on track” to complete the infrastructure projects under the “Build, Build, Build” program, Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno said, but warned that Filipinos will have to bear with added inconveniences “before things get better.”

“Our plan is to complete the flagship projects before the end of the term of the Duterte administration,” Diokno said in a speech during The Manila Times 6th Business Forum at the Marriott Hotel in Pasay City on Friday.

In a private chat with The Manila Times editor-in-chief Nerilyn Tenorio before his speech, Diokno said: “Build, Build, Build is on track. People should not be impatient.”

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LEAD SPEAKER The Manila Times’ President and CEO Dante Ang 2nd congratulates Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno, after his speech at the newspaper’s 6th Business Forum. With them are the Times COO Blanca Mercado and Management Association of the Philippines’ governor Eduardo Yap. PHOTO BY ROGER RAÑADA


Diokno was reacting to comments from Forum delegates around the table that they haven’t seen a flurry of construction activities around the country that one would expect from the much-talked about “Build, Build, Build” strategy under the “Dutertenomics” policy.


“The Golden Age of Infrastructure will not happen overnight but we assure [our people]that we are fully invested in this ambitious goal,” he said in his speech.

“We will be spending P8 to P9 trillion on these projects over the medium term.”

Infrastructure spending will rise from an equivalent of 5.3 percent of gross domestic product (GDP) in 2017 to as high as 7.4 percent of GDP in 2022, he added.

The government has packaged its infrastructure ambitions under the triple-B program, tapping overseas development assistance and other concessional loans for projects that, after completion, will be offered to the private sector via management contracts.

“For this year alone, P858 billion or 5.4 percent of GDP has been allocated to infrastructure development,” he said.

Next year, “we are going to spend P1.1 trillion more – that’s for 2018 alone,” Diokno said.

Seventy-four flagship projects have been identified and total costs have been estimated to reach P9 trillion over President Rodrigo Duterte’s six-year term.

Of the flagship projects, 18 – valued at P462.74 billion – have been approved by the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) board chaired by Duterte.

A primary focus involves developing modern transport systems, roads and bridges, airports and seaports. Flood control, communication and information, as well as new cities are being prioritized. Another aim is that of job creation and unlocking growth across the country.

One project that is likely to remain uncompleted once Duterte steps down is the proposed Mega Manila Subway, which Diokno said would take 10 years to complete.

“Maybe if it will have 10 stations, we can finish five. But definitely we cannot complete it,” he said.

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Ramped-up government spending on infrastructure is going to weigh on the national budget deficit, which Diokno said has been allowed to widen to as much as 3 percent of GDP annually, as agreed with lender International Monetary Fund (IMF), from about 2.6 percent in previous years.

“In May last year, before the Duterte administration took power, I talked to the IMF and I said I wanted to expand our deficit-to-GDP ratio from 2 percent to 3 percent,” he said.


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Diokno said the original plan of the government was to have a 3 percent deficit-to-GDP ratio of 3 percent from 2017 to 2019 and 2 percent from 2020 to 2022, to show some fiscal conservativeness, but the IMF said, “No, go to 3 percent during the entire term.”

The government intends to make up for the shortfall in the budget by reforming its tax structure. Under the tax reform bill approved by the Lower House but pending with the Senate, income tax would be cut to 25 percent from the current 32 percent.

“But we are going to recover this by taxing petroleum products,” Diokno explained.

To avoid the underspending that had characterized the previous administration, President Rodrigo Duterte has urged his Department secretaries to use their budget allocations for projects that would boost economic growth.

“The President kept telling us: ‘Spend your budget or lose you job,’” Diokno said, quoting Duterte as saying to his Cabinet.

Traffic to worsen
In the coming years, however, the public will have to bear with congestion and increased traffic while the government works on the projects round the clock, the Budget secretary warned.

“We will implement 24/7 construction, but it will get worse before it gets better,” he said.

Non-stop construction will be adopted next year and will be mandated in contracts that are up for implementation, Diokno said.


http://www.manilatimes.net/build-build- ... ck/345432/

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IRST TEST FLIGHT IN NEW BOHOL AIRPORT A SUCCESS; COMPLETION SET BY JUNE 2018
November 8, 2017

Just six months away from completion, Department of Transportation (DOTr) Secretary Arthur Tugade, National Economic Development Authority (NEDA) Secretary Ernesto Pernia, and Cabinet Secretary Jun Evasco successfully conducted the first test flight in the fully-paved runway of the New Bohol Airport in Panglao last November 6, 2017.

Currently, 1,800 meters, out of the total 2,500 meters, of the runway has already been fully-paved. An additional 300 meters will be added to extend the runway to 2,800 meters after the operationalization of the airport. The runway was engineered to accommodate seven aircrafts at one time, including large aircrafts for international flights.

Fast-tracking construction

Upon the directive of Secretary Tugade, construction for the airport followed a 24/7 schedule. From the time the new administration took over in July 2016, completion of the airport is now at 53.38%, a huge jump from the 6.48% completion recorded from June 22, 2015 to June 30, 2016.

The New Bohol (Panglao) airport is on track for completion by June 2018, and will start commercial operations by August.

The project was first undertaken by the Provincial Government of Bohol in 1996. The feasibility study, land acquisition activities, and detailed engineering design were completed by 2007. However, the bidding failed in 2010 due to lack of funding. It was only then that the national government decided to implement the project under Public Private Partnership (PPP). It began construction in 2015 under the Japanese Airport Consultants (JAC) and Chiyoda-Mitsubishi Joint Venture (CMJV).

First eco-airport

The PHP7.8-billion project, with a terminal spanning 13,337 square meters, will serve as the premiere gateway to the province and the island paradise of Panglao, a thriving tourist destination. It was designed to be the country’s first eco-airport and “Green Gateway to the World,” which will be held to the highest standards of green and sustainable structures.

The airport will primarily use natural sunlight and air. However, areas where people stay for a longer period of time such as pre-departure sections, control rooms, and offices will be air-conditioned. Solar panels will also be installed on the Passenger Terminal Building roof, which can cover around one-third of the airport’s energy requirement. For additional energy efficiency, all internal lighting fixtures will use LEDs and most lighting switches will be equipped with motion detector control.

The New Bohol (Panglao) Airport is expected to accommodate 2 million passengers in its opening year alone, a huge jump from the 800,000 passengers currently being accommodated by the Tagbilaran airport. The project is financed via Official Development Assistance by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).


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From the existing four (4) lanes, the 571-lineal meter portion of Quezon Avenue west bound has been widened to six (6) lanes. Aside from traffic decongestion, the road has a reinforced concrete box culvert (RCBC) component to mitigate flooding in the area.

The new drainage system will particularly increase the capacity of Tanque Creek by 112 percent as it now measures 5.3 meters by 3 meters. This is far bigger than the previous 3 meters by 2.5 meters box culvert along the road.

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NLEX Harbor Link Segment 10 to be completed by March 2018
By BusinessMirror - November 23, 2017

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THE North Luzon Expressway (Nlex) Harbor Link Segment 10, an elevated expressway linking MacArthur Highway in Valenzuela City and C-3 Road in Caloocan City, is projected to be operational by the end of the first quarter of 2018.

“We expect to finish the project by early next year, anticipating complete delivery of the remaining right-of-way (ROW) by end of this month,” this was announced by Raul Ignacio, Nlex Corp. senior vice president for tollways development and engineering, at the launch of the Department of Public Works and Highways’s Infra Track App and inspection of the Segment 10 project.

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In Photo: Transportation Secretary Arthur P. Tugade (from left), Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea, Budget Secretary Benjamin E. Diokno, Public Works Secretary Mark A. Villar and Metro Pacific Investments Corp. President Jose Ma. Lim

Metro Pacific Investments Corp. (MPIC) President Jose Ma. Lim and Nlex Corp. officials hosted the “Build, Build, Build” team, led by Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea, Public Works Secretary Mark A. Villar, Transportation Secretary Arthur P. Tugade, Budget Secretary Benjamin E. Diokno, and Bases Conversion and Development Authority President Vince B. Dizon during a site inspection of the Nlex Harbor Link Segment 10.

Featured as one of the big-ticket projects in the Build, Build, Build infrastructure plan, the Nlex Harbor Link Segment 10 is envisioned to alleviate Metro Manila’s traffic congestion and drive commerce between the Harbor area and Central and North Luzon. It is seen to advance transport logistics and facilitate efficient delivery of goods.

At present, the Nlex Corp. has accelerated construction on the recently turned over ROW areas in Valenzuela and Caloocan.

Through the efforts of the DPWH right-of-way task force, the local governments of Caloocan and Valenzuela, and Philippine National Railways (PNR) management, the Poblacion Public Market in Caloocan City and the Tullahan River-San Francisco area in Valenzuela City were cleared.

“We are fast-tracking the turnover of the remaining right-of-way needed to complete Segment 10,” said Villar, noting that “with the help of our Infra Track App, we will be able to closely monitor the developments of projects like this that will decongest Metro Manila and boost investments in the country.”

The P10.5-billion Nlex Harbor Link Segment 10 traverses Karuhatan in Valenzuela City, Governor Pascual Avenue in Malabon City, and C-3 Road in Caloocan City.

Meanwhile, ROW acquisition and initial construction activities are ongoing for the 2.6-kilometer Radial Road 10 section of the Nlex Harbor Link Segment 10 from C-3 Road in Caloocan City to R-10 in Navotas City.


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NLEX Expansion, Enhancements and Excellence
By Tet Andolong - January 18, 2018

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THE Manila North Tollways Corp. was recently reorganized as Nlex Corp. and 2017 was as a year of “Triple Es”—expansion, enhancements, excellence—for the company.

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New expressway lanes at Segment 2 (Santa Rita to San Fernando)

New and longer kilometer lanes were built; toll plazas were expanded; interchanges enhanced; new exits opened; more roadway lighting facilities installed; electronic payment options diversified; and pavements known for their Nlex quality were further improved.

Nlex Corp. as a matter of policy and DNA never rest on its laurels. In a year-end statement, President and CEO Rodrigo E. Franco said, “2017 is a defining period where we will build on our accomplishments and bring to completion big ticket projects slated for 2018.”

“We at Nlex Corp. have indeed made traveling through our tollways safer, faster and more comfortable.”

Nlex Corp. operates both the 97-kilometer North Luzon Expressway (Nlex) and the 94-km Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEx).

“More expansion and enhancement projects are on the way this year that will provide further comfort and convenience to motorists,” Franco added.

“Among the projects completed in 2017 for North Luzon Expressway are the 64 lane kilometers of world-class expressway; the 56 lane kilometers from Santa Rita to San Fernando in Pampanga; and the 8 lane kilometers from Dau to Santa Ines, also in Pampanga. The additional lane kilometers expanded the road capacity of Nlex in heavy traffic areas, and thus enhanced free flow of traffic,” Franco said.

Three toll plazas in Balintawak, Mindanao Avenue and Meycauayan were also expanded. Toll lanes at Balintawak plaza were increased from 17 to 25; the three-lane Mindanao plaza adopted a fishbone design to allow for easy exit; and the toll lanes of Meycauayan plaza increased from four to five lanes.

According to Nlex Corp., they expanded the toll lanes to provide more “breathing space” at the toll plazas and reduce long queues of vehicles.

Nlex also constructed three new exits, namely, Lingunan, Libtong and Pandayan.

The Lingunan southbound exit has decongested traffic at the Valenzuela interchange; the Libtong northbound exit relieved rush-hour traffic at Meycauayan interchange, while the Pandayan southbound exit also contributed to free traffic flow at Meycauayan.

This project has benefited at least 13,000 vehicles coming in and out of the city via Nlex. These exits also increased commercial activities in the city with increased efficiency, due to reduced traffic.

Interchange enhancements were undertaken at the San Fernando Interchange, where traffic was building up due to increased commercial activities of two big malls. The enhancements project took the form of two new bridges that function as separate carriageways.

The interchange enhancements predictably resulted in greater travel convenience—benefiting operators, passengers and business owners within the City of San Fernando and other parts of Central Luzon.

One project that promises to stimulate commerce in the country is an expressway that speeds up transport to and from our ports. The R-10 section of the Nlex Harbor Link Project broke ground last year. It is a 2.6-kilometer continuation of the 5.7 km Nlex Harbor Link Segment 10. The R-10 section will surely provide direct access from the Port Area to Northern Luzon provinces via Nlex.

Nlex has not only brightened the lives of motorists but it has also brightened the roadways in Pampanga with close to 800 LED lights from Balagtas in Bulacan to San Fernando in Pampanga. The light-emitting diode lights have greatly illuminated the stretch and contributed to road safety at night time.

Nlex diversified electronic payment options, and motorists traversing Nlex can now pay their tollway fees by using their Easy Trip RFID, beep cards and Mastercard contactless debit, prepaid and credit cards, including their Smart Mastercard powered by PayMaya. This resulted in faster, more secure and more convenient transactions at the toll booths.

Over at Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEx), the Nlex Corp. completed its rehabilitation of the entire SCTEx pavement from Tipo to Tarlac, thus increasing the comfort and convenience of motorists in the area.

Nlex Corp. has also modernized the SCTEx Traffic Control Room—featuring a central traffic management system that monitors 24/7 real-time traffic. The SCTEx Control Room is now on a par with the ultra-modern Nlex Traffic Control Room.

The company also installed over 100 CCTV cameras to keep close watch over SCTEx, including toll plazas and toll booths. This also helped in monitoring and surveying what factors can be changed to provide better service for motorists and commuters.

With all these accomplishments, the tollways firm hopes to continue making substantial improvements on Nlex-SCTEx that will provide not only ease of travel but also to spur growth in the communities traversed by the expressways. Whenever we talk of Nlex Corp.’s nonstop improvements, we remember an industry observer’s remark about the passion for excellence of Nlex executives led by Franco.

The perceptive Franco remarked, “You ain’t seen nothin’ yet.”


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