The road is expected to reopen to light vehicles on September 30, 2015.
Before joining bidding for public works projects, contractors are required to have the prescribed materials-testing equipment to ensure better quality control.
The DPWH Cadet Engineering Program trains civil engineers from across the country giving them hands-on experience in developing public works.
Through Department Order 125, all DPWH field offices are directed to strictly implement the requirements on road works safety, traffic management, and construction safety and health during the project construction and maintenance works.
In Paranas, Western Samar, the Department of Public Works and Highways, in partnership with the Department of Social Welfare and Justice, launched a Community Managed Road Maintainance Project. The project aims to involve Programang Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino families in the maintenance of national roads and bridges.
The completed projects are part of the P5-billion Priority High-Impact Flood Control Projects for Metro Manila and its neighboring regions in the Flood Management Master Plan.
As of August 2015, the Mandaluyong Main Drainage Project is more than halfway done.
As of 3:00 p.m. today, the following roads are closed due to damages caused by Typhoon Ineng.
About 1,549 kilometers of roads from the P60 billion government allocation for Tourism Road Infrastructure to complement with the Philippines’ natural attractions and draw local and foreign tourists nationwide are completed to date.
The government of Japan has provided the Philippines with assistance in the development and modernization of transport facilities. They will also consider providing assistance with construction, management, and other flood control structures.
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