Category Archives: Transportation and Communication

De Vera Street circa Dec’18


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Ongoing Construction Before Calauag, Quezon as of 12/26/2018

We are on our way to Sorsogon today and so far, the major construction that we encountered was bridge widening along AH26. The traffic wasn’t so bad at almost 8am. But not sure during midday.

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Widening of the Cawayan Bridge c2’2018

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China vows to finish PNR South project before 2022

China has promised to finish the Philippine National Railway’s (PNR) south railway rehabilitation and restoration project before President Duterte’s term expires in 2022, Malacañang said on Monday. Presidential Spokesman Harry L. Roque Jr. said the assurance was made by Chinese … Continue reading

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Legazpi Domestic Airport circa Oct’13

Legazpi Domestic Airport (IATA LGP) is one of the memorable places during my childhood days. I was 6 or 7 years old when I took the flight to Manila all by myself. And there was a time, the first flight … Continue reading

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Albay-Sorsogon road project nearing completion

A road that will link Manito, Albay and Bacon, Sorsogon and reduce travel time by as much as three hours, is expected to be completed this year, the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) said. The road project, which … Continue reading

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SMC, PNCC mull over P700-B Quezon-Samar road, bridge deal

Conglomerate San Miguel Corp. and the Philippine National Construction Corp. (PNCC) are studying a massive P700-billion toll road project and bridge stretching from Quezon province to Northern Samar. The project, which still requires a feasibility study and may take eight to … Continue reading

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