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At present, Metro Manila residents lose P3.5 daily just on transportation costs.
The government’s Build, Build, Build program won’t just benefit motorists and commuters, the Philippine economy as a whole stands to gain a whole lot, too.According to the country’s National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA), the government’s infrastructure push is expected to drastically ...
 
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Courtesy of the newly opened Cavitex-C5 Link Flyover.
Remember how we previously mentioned the prospect of a three-minute drive from Villamor Air Base to Taguig? Well, that could very well be a reality now.The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has officially opened the Cavitex-C5 Link Flyover, otherwise known as Segment 3A1 of the C5 South Link ...
 
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The New C5 Southlink is expected to be completed by 2021.
Today, if a resident of Parañaque, Las Piñas, or Cavite, wanted to go to a party in Makati, he would have to head out an hour and 20 minutes prior to meet-up time. These areas currently do not have direct access to ...
 
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The company bagged lucrative government infrastructure projects.
Real estate developer and construction company D.M. Consunji, Inc. (DMCI) saw its revenues jump from P883 million to P1.5 billion in the first quarter of 2019. According to a company press release published on Monday, May 20, DMCI attributed its revenue boost to ...
 
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New roads are coming, but it will probably get worse before it gets better for Manila's commuters
The debate about Metro Manila’s “true midpoint” is not new. It happens almost every day—over family dinner, drinking sessions, high school reunions, and even on dates. The north and south divide is real and can be a litmus test for friendship or romance. ...
 
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With the opening of the new highway, the secretary says a solution to Metro Manila's traffic problem is in sight.
On Thursday, February 28, a new stretch of highway linking Manila and Caloocan to Valenzuela and Quezon City will open to the public. It’s the latest project undertaken by the Department of Public Works and Highways, whose secretary, Mark Villar, is kept ...
 
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The Tutuban to Malolos leg of the PNR North-South Commuter Railway has started construction.
“If February, as they say, is the month of love and of hearts, for the Department of Transportation (DOTr), February is the month of launching projects.”So said DOTr Secretary Arthur Tugade, during his keynote speech for the groundbreaking ceremony of yet another ...
 
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The government just signed an P81-billion loan with Japan for it.
It will soon become easier and faster to travel from Pampanga to Laguna (and vice versa), thanks to the newly signed loan agreement by the Department of Finance (DOF) and Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).On January 21, Monday, the two agencies signed ...
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