The agency also recently revealed its new tunnel boring machine
The Metro Manila Subway is one of the government's biggest projects that we think motorists and commuters alike are looking forward to, as it's surely something that could do wonders for our road congestion and mass-transport system in the
The agency is still eyeing partial operability by the fourth quarter of 2021
Businesses and operations across the country came to a halt when the COVID-19 crisis started, the government's infrastructure projects included. For several months, construction activities were at a standstill due to the pandemic.This meant that now more than ever,
Want an idea of just how big an undertaking the Metro Manila Subway Project (MMSP) is for the Department of Transportation (DOTr)? This photo might help.It's an image of the cutter head that will be used by the project's
Earlier today, February 27, the Philippine Department of Transportation (DOTr) held the groundbreaking ceremony for the Metro Manila Subway-the first infrastructure project of its kind in the country, and arguably the most monumental undertaking in the government's "Build, Build, Build"
Stop pinching yourself, because you aren't dreaming. Yes, a subway in the Philippines is happening, and it's expected to be fully operational by the year 2025.The Philippine Department of Transportation (DOTr) already signed the first part of the project'
PH and Japan sign loan agreement for Mega Manila Subway
The much-anticipated Mega Manila Subway project, which claims a travel time of 31 minutes from Quezon City to Taguig, is now one step closer to reality. Yesterday, officials from the Philippine and Japanese governments formally signed the first tranche of the
At the 3rd National Congress for the Transport Cooperative Sector, Department of Transportation (DOTr) secretary Arthur Tugade revealed some key updates for motorists, plus the current administration's plans for the future. Chief among Tugade's updates were about ongoing projects. "Iyong
Metro Manila's traffic situation seems to be at a standstill these days (pun intended). Roads are becoming more congested, and travel times always feel as if they're getting longer. At this point, we look upon any possible solutions as shining