Articles about Asian Development Bank

The MMDA will be escorting delegates heading to the ADB Annual Meeting
Will this bridge help ease up traffic in Metro Manila?
The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) signed a contract for the detailed engineering design works of the Bataan-Cavite Interlink Bridge (BCIB) back in October 2020. More than a year since, the agency now shares that it has made some
It’s time to make EDSA more pedestrian-friendly
The Asian Development Bank has approved a $123 million (P5.91 billion) loan for the construction of safe and disaster-resilient elevated walkways on EDSA to make Metro Manila's main highway pedestrian-friendly.The EDSA Greenways Project consists of 5km of
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Are you a young filmmaker or someone who passionately cares about the state of our public transportation (or both)? If your answer is yes, here's some news you might want to know about.Today, the Asian Development Bank announced a video
If it gets stamp of approval, that is
Late in 2012, the Department of Energy revealed its $500-million electric tricycle program with the Asian Development Bank, the aim of which is to help the country find a sustainable solution to mass transportation. Since that time, the ADB has been
Project to be completed by December 2017
In April 2011, the Asian Development Bank, together with President Benigno Aquino III, rolled out its pilot project involving 20 electric tricycles being transferred to the City of Mandaluyong as "the first step toward a sustainable, energy-efficient model for the country."
Closer to becoming reality
The Department of Energy, together with the Asian Development Bank, has revealed the mock-up prototype of the electric tricycle that serves as the centerpiece of the much-awaited $500 million E-Trike Project. Developed by a Japanese consultant, Itchiro Hatayama, the
For a greener future
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is joining seven other multilateral development banks (MDBs) in committing to provide more than $175 billion of loans and grants for the transportation sector of developing countries over the next decade."Rapid motorization is creating more congestion,
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