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.
Please be advised: DPWH-NCR will undertake road reblocking and repair starting 10 p.m. Friday August 7, 2015 along C-5 Road in Pasig City.
A flood risk assessment study for the entire Metro Manila and surrounding basin area was undertaken from February 2011 to February 2012 to prepare a comprehensive flood risk management plan for the same and to determine a set of priority structural measures.
The Department of Public Works and Highways-National Capital Region will undertake reblocking and road repair effective 10 p.m. of July 31, Friday to 5 a.m. of August 3, Monday on the following roads in the cities of Quezon and Pasig:
In order to make the procurement process more efficient, the DPWH has lessened the number of requirements for prospective contractors.
The first Public-Private Partnership (PPP) road project under the administration of President Benigno S. Aquino III is now opened to the public.
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