Articles about Roadwork

In response to supposed complaints about the project
Anyone here who passes through Sandoval Avenue in Pasig City? If you frequent the area, then you're probably aware that currently, there are ongoing roadworks disrupting the flow of traffic along the thoroughfare.You're also likely aware that some residents
We can all agree on this, yes?
Prolonged roadworks aren't just a pain in the ass for motorists-it's a major nuisance for anyone who's ever had the pleasure of paying taxes around these parts. What makes these situations more infuriating is seeing another hole dug
Exciting stuff right here, folks
We said this before and we'll say it again: Plastic-built roads may actually be coming sooner than we think.In February 2020, the Department of Public Works and Highways-Bureau of Research and Standards (DPWH-BRS) successfully paved a portion
The R1 section will be affected
Take note, Cavite residents: Major rehabilitation and construction activities are expected to affect traffic flow over the next three months along the R1 section on Cavitex. According to the Cavitex Infrastructure Corporation, mobilization will kick off on February 27, with most of
To make way for various roadwork activities around the metro
Expect heavier-than-usual traffic at certain areas around Metro Manila until the end of the month, as the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has just announced that it will be conducting roadwork over the next few days.The MMDA in its
Plus, updates on LTO driver’s license exam and centralized digital system
149 meters of it, to be exact
Late last year, we were treated to some good news when San Miguel Corporation (SMC) announced that it successfully built the Philippines' first road made of recycled plastic. Now, it seems that plastic-built asphalt roads will become more common sooner than
Equivalent to around 180,000 sachets and plastic bags
San Miguel Corporation (SMC), in its bid for a more sustainable future, announced earlier this year that it will begin working toward turning plastic into asphalt roads. That goal is now a reality, as the corporation has announced that it has successfully
To January 19, 2019—but that date is still tentative
No, you didn't read that wrong. The scheduled closure of the Estrella-Pantaleon bridge, which was originally set for 8am on Saturday, January 12, 2019, has been delayed once again.A report by reveals that Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (
It’s finally pushing through
It looks like motorists who frequent the Rockwell area are going to have a rough start to 2019, at least traffic-wise.The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has just announced that the closure of the Estrella-Pantaleon Bridge will finally push
Good news for motorists down South
The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has announced that the C5 South Link Expressway project is on schedule-which, in our world of never-ending roadwork and constant delays, is very good news.The progress update was provided earlier today
Not a good look
Those of you who follow the Department of Transportation's (DOTr) social media accounts will know that the agency likes to trumpet its projects and programs every now and then. But what exactly is the status of their implementation? According to a
Just so you know
If you're one of those frustrated motorists who constantly complain that the reason traffic is so bad these days is that there are not enough roads to accommodate the influx of new cars in our market, you might want to know
Heads-up for southbound motorists
Thank God it's Friday tomorrow, and a payday Friday at that! But before you drive off to your usual end-of-the-week hangout, the Department of Public Works and Highways wants you to know that traffic might be just a
Where exactly?
Perhaps to take advantage of the sparse traffic on Metro Manila roads as urban dwellers either stay indoors or travel to the provinces over the Holy Week break, the Department of Public Works and Highways has announced that it will conduct road
To boost the region's economy
Rep. Rufus Rodriguez (2nd District, Cagayan de Oro City) is pushing for the construction of a 240km Trans-Mindanao Superhighway to boost the economy of the Philippines' southernmost region."Mindanao, sadly, is still known as the land of promise," said Rodriguez. "We
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