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Villar: After 20 years, Cagayan de Oro Coastal Road Opens

Department of Public Works and Highways Secretary Mark Villar opened the Cagayan de Oro Coastal Road last November 10.

“The Construction of the 12.77 KM Cagayan de Oro Coastal Road will serve as a bypass road starting from Brgy. Gusa in the eastern side all the way to the western side in Brgy. Igpit, Opol in Misamis Oriental, thus connecting six (6) barangays in the city and two (2) barangays in Opol,” Villar noted.

“The project will reduce travel time from Laguindingan Airport to city proper to 20 minutes,” he added.

The CDO Coastal Road has been suspended prior due to unresolved RROW issues. The Lapasan section has been negotiated and demolished on August 25.

“The 4B project is expected to ease access in the Eastern Side of Macajalar Bay in CDO, Gingoog in Bukidnon, Misamis Oriental and CARAGA,” Villar said.

“The project is expected to reduce travel cost by 30% within the region,” he added.

While the Gusa-Agora Section of the Coastal Road will be opened this November, the construction of the Agora-PPA-Corrales section is still on going.

This 2017, two projects are still ongoing in the eastern side in Lapasan and another in Puntod section.


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Opening of Coastal Road Cagayan de Oro Aerial Coverage



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An aerial coverage of Cagayan de Oro's Coastal Road opening along the Macajalar Bay shoreline from Gusa to Lapasan - Puntod - Macabalan and vice versa in 4K. The Coastal Road is open to traffic as of November 10, 2017. Inaugurated by Sec. Mark Vilar along with City / Provincial Government Officials.

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TPLEX’s Binalonan-Pozorrubio segment opening set
By Ramon Efren Lazaro (The Philippine Star) | Updated December 3, 2017 - 12:00am


MANILA, Philippines — The 10-kilometer Binalonan to Pozorrubio segment of the Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Toll Expressway (TPLEX) will be opened to public on Dec. 6, the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) said over the weekend.

“The additional 10-kilometer road will ease traffic and reduce travel time from Tarlac to Pozorrubio from two and a half hours to 45 minutes,” DPWH Secretary Mark Villar said.

Project concessionaire Private Infra Development Corp. committed to finish the segment in time for the Yuletide season.

The completion of the new segment will make TPLEX a 78.39-kilometer expressway, connecting the provinces of Tarlac and Pangasinan.

The project’s last section – the 10.92 kilometer Pozorrubio, Pangasinan-Rosario, La Union segment – will be completed in June 2019.

“Upon completion, TPLEX will reduce travel time from Tarlac to La Union from three and a half hours to one hour, and will accommodate an average of 20,000 vehicles per day,” Villar said.



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‘World class’ Clark airport terminal breaks ground
By Ashley Manabat - December 20, 2017


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In Photo: House Speaker Pantaleon D. Alvarez (center) leads other officials in the groundbreaking of the new Clark airport-terminal building in the northeast section of the 2,300-hectare Clark civil aviation complex in Pampanga on Wednesday.

CLARK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT—A new airport terminal building with more than 100,000 square meters with an annual capacity for 8 million passengers broke ground here on Wednesday.

The new terminal building, located in the northeast portion of this 2,300-hectare civil aviation complex, is described as the first of the Duterte administration’s hybrid infrastructure projects under the “Build, Build, Build” program. A hybrid model means the government will build the infrastructure using its own funds and then the operations and maintenance will be bid out to the private sector.

Leading the groundbreaking rites were House Speaker Pantaleon D. Alvarez, former president and now Rep. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo of the Second District of Pampanga, Executive Secretary Salvador C. Medialdea, Finance Secretary Carlos G. Dominguez III, Transportation Secretary Arthur P. Tugade, Pampanga Gov. Lilia G. Pineda and Tarlac Gov. Susan A. Yap, Sens. Richard J. Gordon and Joseph Victor E. Ejercito and Bases Conversion Development Authority President and CEO Vivencio Dizon.

The hybrid project is considered the fastest to be implemented by the national government since its approval by the National Economic and Development Authority board in June.

Megawide-GMR won the bid to build the terminal after going through “a very stringent and transparent” bidding process monitored by the International Finance Corp. of the World Bank.

Megawide-GMR bested four other bidders for the design, engineering and construction of the new Clark airport terminal building.

On December 14 Megawide-GMR submitted the lowest financial proposal for the airport expansion project at P9.36 billion.

During his speech, Tugade noted there were heavy rains on Tuesday night, but good weather prevailed as soon as the sun came up in the morning, making it a beautiful day, which might well be the “blessing” bestowed on the new terminal building.

Tugade said efforts requesting to start the improvement and renovation of the Clark international airport only fell on deaf ears in the past. But now it gives new life to the plans and the desires of the Capampangans from all over Central Luzon to have a premier international gateway here.

Tugade added that no later than January 6, 2018, the government will mobilize to start the construction of the Tutuban to Malolos portion of the rail project and the entire stretch from Tutuban to Clark will be fully completed during the term of President Duterte. He said the rail project is tied to the full development of the Clark airport.

He also said that before the end of next year, the government will start making a reality the rail connectivity between Clark and Subic. The third project connected to the Clark airport is the so-called New Clark City in Tarlac, which will augur well the development and growth of the entire country.

The CIA is envisioned to be Asia’s next premier gateway and is expected to help decongest the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila. It is one of the high-impact projects under the government’s “Build, Build, Build” infrastructure program and compliments the Clark Freeport Zone, which is being developed as the next investment center in Asia.


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Commencement of works for PNR Clark Phase 1 (Tutuban-Malolos) Railways Project
January 5, 2018


CLARK, Pampanga, Jan 5 --Today, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) and the Philippine National Railway (PNR) will be undertaking advance construction mobilization for PNR Clark Phase 1 (Tutuban-Malolos), which includes pre-construction activities such as site clearing, grading of unleveled surfaces, and demolition of obstructing structures in the PNR alignment.

To realize early completion of infrastructure projects under the Build Build Build program, the DOTr continuously explores and pursues acceleration measures, such as doing in parallel activities that were previously done sequentially.

This event is an example of DOTr’s acceleration measures.

As compared to previous practice, site clearing works had to wait for the general contractor, but, since DOTr understands the need to complete this project faster, DOTr pursues these works in parallel with the procurement of the general contractor, which is scheduled to be selected by the 2nd quarter of 2018 for PNR Clark Phase 1.

Phase 1 of the PNR Clark Project entails the construction of the rail systems along the 38-kilometer segment from Tutuban, Manila to Malolos, Bulacan. It will have 10 stations and is expected to service around 340,000 passengers daily during its opening.

Once this project is completed, commuters from Tutuban will reach Malolos in 35 minutes. (DOTr)


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Pasensya na huh.

Paumanhin pero tanong ko lang.


I dudugtong ba yung linya ng MRT at LRT?


Nakakahiya naman kasi yung TREN natin. bababa ka pa para lumipat ng kabilang tren. kahit sana hindi na deretso yung Bagon mismo sa destinasyon pero meron na sana kahit walk-way palipat sa kabila. me project na ba?

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wala na ko makita bukod dito 9/29/17 :

Construction of MRT-LRT common station finally begins

https://www.rappler.com/business/183776 ... ndbreaking

* pa update na lang baka me makita kayo mas bagong artikulo

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eto pala pinagsimulan ng kaguluhan kung paniniwalaan natin si Rappler :

https://www.rappler.com/business/indust ... inoma-dotr

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SM Prime Holdings Incorporated (SMPHI) in August 2014 obtained a Supreme Court order stopping the transportation department and the Light Rail Transit Authority (LRTA) from transferring the location of the common station to TriNoma mall.

The basis of the order was a September 28, 2009 memorandum of agreement between SMPHI and LRTA, agreeing that the common station should be beside SM North EDSA, after the mall developer paid the government P200 million for the naming rights to the proposed station.


Despite the agreement, the government in 2014 insisted that putting up the proposed common station near TriNoma mall would result in "P1 billion in savings to the government" and benefit passengers as the Quezon City government is establishing the North Triangle area as a new business district.



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sana yung MRT umabot na hanggang cavite at laguna
malaking tulong din yan to decongest metro manila

di na kailangan makipagsiksikan sa metro manila sa pag upa ng bahay at makakauwi naman araw araw sa lugar nila ng walang hassle sa traffic

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di na masyadong mababasa iyong mga pasahero tuwing tag baha kapag may subway na.

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abah sumasabay ang china sa build build build ni digong ah? :lol: :lol:

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PRRD to visit Cebu for inauguration of int'l airport Terminal 2, oath taking of brgy chiefs
June 6, 2018 Rachelle Nessia

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FILE PHOTO. Pres. Rodrigo Roa Duterte giving his speech during the ceremonial kick-off of the oil and gas production of the Alegria Oil Field Polyard in Brg. Montpellier, Alegria, Cebu on May 19. Pres. Duterte will once again visit Cebu on June 7 for the inauguration of the MCIA Terminal 2 and oath taking of Central Visayas punong barangays in Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu. (Photo by Ver Verzonilla/rmn)


CEBU, June 6 (PIA) -- Pres. Rodrigo Roa Duterte will be in Lapu-Lapu City on June 7 for the inauguration of the P17-B Terminal 2 of the Mactan Cebu International Airport (MCIA).

Seen to be the “World’s Friendliest Resort Airport,” the MCIA’s new passenger terminal building will increase the airport's passenger capacity from 4.5 million to 12 million annually, according to the Department of Transportation (DOTr).

The world's first resort airport will utilize energy-efficient and environment-friendly facilities to reduce the terminal’s impact to the environment.

During his visit, Pres. Duterte will lead the unveiling of the Terminal 2 marker to be assisted by Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea, Department of Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo–Puyat, GMR Megawide Cebu Airport Corporation (GMCAC) President Manuel Louie Ferrer, GMCAC Board Chairman Srinivas Bommidala, and MCIA General Manager Atty. Steve Dicdican.

This will be followed by a tour of the terminal's state-of-the-art facilities at the Baggage Reclaim Hall, Immigration Area, Boarding Gates, and Security Check Area.

The President is expected to give a keynote speech during the inauguration program.

Around 600 guests have been invited to witness the terminal inauguration.

From the airport, Pres. Duterte will proceed to the Hoops Dome in Lapu-Lapu City for the oath taking ceremony of the newly-elected punong barangays of Central Visayas.

He will administer the oath-taking of a total of 3,013 barangay chiefs from the region.

This is the fourth time the President has visited Cebu this year. (rmn/PIA-Cebu)


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