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Old February 13th, 2012, 06:11 PM   #1661
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MPTC allocates P2.3 Bfor NLEX, SCTEX projects


MANILA, Philippines - Metro Pacific Tollways Corp. (MPTC), a unit Metro Pacific Investments Corp. (MPIC), is spending around P2.3 billion this year for two major infrastructure projects.


MPTC president Ramoncito Fernandez told The STAR that bulk of the capital expenditure, or P2 billion, has been allocated for the Segment 9 road project which is part of the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) concession.


MPTC controls the concession to the 84-kilometer NLEX.


He said the necessary right-of-way for Segment 9 is now being acquired and construction of the road project is expected to begin by the third quarter of this year.

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Old March 1st, 2012, 02:13 AM   #1663
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MNTC earmarks P131M for ongoing road projects

Tuesday, 28 February 2012 20:06 Lenie Lectura / Reporter
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MANILA North Tollways Corp. (MNTC), concessionaire of the North Luzon Expressway (NLEx), has earmarked P131 million to fund operating expenses of ongoing road projects.

Company President Rodrigo Franco, in a statement, said P109 million will be used to pay for various fixed and non-fixed operating equipment while the remaining P22 million will be spent for operation and maintenance expenses of the Balagtas Interchange and a portion of the Plaridel bypass road that was built by the Department of Public Works and Highways.

The Balagtas Interchange in Bulacan is the 16th of such facility for the NLEx.

The 24.61-kilometer (km) Plaridel bypass road will be connected to the new NLEx Balagtas Interchange and will be opened on March 20.

The said road, which spans from Burol, Balagtas, Bulacan to San Rafel, Bulacan, is composed of four contract packages. Phase 1 has already been completed while work for the second phase is still ongoing.

Contract Package 1 involved the construction of 6.87 km. of portland cement concrete pavement (PCCP) road, a 2.4-km access road, interchange, toll gate facilities (including toll gate plaza, toll supervision building, electrical service center and pump house), and drainage and slope protection works. It is expected to reduce travel time from Balagtas to Bulihan, Plaridel by 20 minutes.

Contract Package 2 traverses Bulihan, Plaridel towards Bustos, Bulacan, and involves the construction of 7.53 kilometers of PCCP road, seven bridges, as well as drainage and slope protection works.

Construction works on Phase 2 involves a 9.96-km road project that spans from Bustos to San Rafael, is scheduled for completion by February 2013 but could be finished before the loan closing date. A loan facility from the Japan International Cooperation Agency is being negotiated.

MNTC has in its blueprint for expansion expressway projects that also go deep into the metropolis. In 2010, MNTC opened the NLEx-Mindanao Avenue link, decongesting Edsa Balintawak and offering motorists an alternative route going north.

It is also set to construct the NLEx Harbor Link, linking NLEx to Manila’s port area. This expressway link is expected to significantly speed up and reduce the cost of transporting cargo from Central and Northern Luzon to the North Harbor, the domestic port complex of Metro Manila.
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Plaridel By-pass Road finally opened today, March 20, 2012!!
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Old March 20th, 2012, 04:21 PM   #1665
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New Bulacan, NLEX interchange opened
By Dino Balabo Home Updated March 20, 2012 03:22 PM 0 comment to this post


BULACAN, Philippines — Travel time to and from eastern Bulacan and Central Luzon through the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) will dramatically reduce.

This as the Balagtas Interchange was opened to vehicular traffic today leading to the 6.87-kilometers Plaridel by-pass road that branch out of the northbound lane of the NLEX.

The opening of the by-pass road is part of the 24.61 kilometers arterial road project that will link NLEX and the old Maharlika Highway.

Public Works Secretary Rogelio Singson said the completion of the arterial toad project will greatly boost economic activity in eastern Bulacan and Central Luzon.

He stressed that travel time will be greatly reduced, especially when the entire 24.61-kiolometers arterial road project is completed.

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) said the 6.87 kilometer Plaridel by-pass road is under the contract package 1 of the Phase 1 of the project funded by Japan International Cooperation Agency JICA).

For his part, Metro Pacific Tollways Corporation President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Ramoncito Fernandez said the Plaridel Bypass road and the Balagtas Interchange is a good manifestation of public-private partnership (PPP).

“In this PPP, the government provided the road infrastructure while the Manila North Tollways Corporation (MNTC) will operate and maintain it as the country’s newest tollway,” he said.

The MNTC installed the fixed and non-fixed equipment necessary for an efficient tollway system.

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Old March 20th, 2012, 05:38 PM   #1666
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Do you have map showing the alignment of the bypass road and interchange? Google Earth isn't reliable source as of this time.
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Old March 21st, 2012, 02:12 AM   #1667
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Old March 21st, 2012, 02:31 AM   #1668
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ayos.. san ba yung dulo ng phase 2 nyan? yung phase 1 kc sa plaridel bypass rd dba?
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Old March 21st, 2012, 02:33 AM   #1669
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Do you have map showing the alignment of the bypass road and interchange? Google Earth isn't reliable source as of this time.
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NOTE: The pic above is not the official illustrations of roads

The RED LINE shows the path of the PLARIDEL BYPASS ROAD (under construction). Yung mga dulo nito ay sure na don tatagos pero yung haba ng katawan ng line ang hindi ako sigurado, pero kung iimaginin ko, ganyan ang kalalabasan. From NLEX in Tabang Spur up to Uratex in Plaridel and near L R Tiqui Depot in Bulihan, Plaridel, Bulacan. Also it will interconnect to the future NLEE. The North Luzon East Expressway.

THE YELLOW LINE shows the connector road of Brgy Borol 2nd in Balagtas to Guiguinto Bulacan that interconnects with the Plaridel-bypass. PASSABLE*

THE PINK LINE is the upcoming Northrail.

THE GREEN LINE is the BALAGTAS INTERCHANGE (under construction) between the Balagtas bridge in NLEX and Petron Balagtas and up to Mc Arthur Highway in near NIA Road in San Juan, Balagtas.

The WHITE LINE is the interconnection of the Balagtas Interchange and the "proposed" EAST-WEST CONNECTION ROAD/EXPRESSWAY From Balagtas to Pandi, Sta Maria and SJDM City.

The GRAY LINE is the "proposed" extension road of the Guiguinto-Balagtas Road in Brgy Borol 2nd.

Yung mga bakanteng lots within Balagtas Interchange ay idedevelop. Itatayo dito ang NFEX, i heared na malalaking company ay naghahain or naghain na ng bid sa mga lupa.
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Old March 21st, 2012, 06:42 AM   #1670
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Thanks, @Leo for that clear illustration. I'm really excited upon knowing that there is a masterplan of highway networks in this part of Bulacan. Aside from that, the projects are very near to my property in Guiguinto... the progress in these areas would be faster than ever.

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Old March 21st, 2012, 02:57 PM   #1671
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Sana dumating yung oras na tayo naman ang popondo ng projects ng developing countries (tipong, "Philippines-North Korea Friendship Expressway" hahahahahaha )
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Ang bilis! under construction lang ito noong december parang nasa kalagitnaan palang ng construction nito
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hehehe malayo pa mangyari iyon. kailangang mabayaran natin mga tang-u natin sa ibang bansa
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Ang bilis! under construction lang ito noong december parang nasa kalagitnaan palang ng construction nito
Actually delayed ang construction and opening nito by about half year!
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2 competing proposals for NLEX-SLEX connector road may be approved

27-Mar-12, 5:56 PM | Darwin G. Amojelar, InterAksyon.com



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MANILA, Philippines - Malacanang is likely to approve the proposals of two competing companies for an expressway linking the north and south of Metro Manila.

"The studies are pointing to the possibility that both can actually happen simultaneously. [But] we are not yet finished [with the studies]," President Benigno Aquino III told participants of the Philippine Investment Forum.

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) earlier submitted to President Aquino its recommendations with regards the proposals of Metro Pacific Tollways Development Corp. (MPTDC) and Citra Metro Manila Tollways Corp. (CMMTC).


MPTDC plans to construct a 13-kilometer expressway linking the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) and South Luzon Expressway (SLEX). The P17-billion connector road would run along the tracks of state-owned Philippine National Railways (PNR).

San Miguel Corp.-backed CMMTC’s proposal, on the other hand, calls for a 14-kilometer, six-lane tollway that will have exists in Quirino, Manila and Plaza Dilao, Aurora Boulevard, E. Rodriguez Ave., Quezon Boulevard, Sgt. Rivera, and Balintawak in Quezon City.

Manuel V. Pangilinan chairs both MPTDC and TV5. InterAksyon.com is the online news portal of TV5.
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Balagtas interchange opening hailed, Sta. Rita toll plaza decongested

Balagtas interchange opening hailed,
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PLARIDEL, Bulacan—Every morning, spouses Bernardo and Tess Vicente rushes to get to their work places in Quezon City from their house at Rocka Village at Barangay Tabang here.

This is to avoid usual traffic jam that clog the Cagayan Valley Road (CVR) from the Plaridel public market to the Sta. Rita toll Plaza along the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX).

At night, the same traffic greets them as they go home.

But not on the night of March 20, or at least six hours after the inauguration of the Balagtas Interchange and the subsequent opening of the 6.87 kilometer Plaridel By-pass road which is part of the still to be completed 24.61 kilometer arterial road project that will link the NLEX to Barangay Maasim in San Rafael town, just west of the boundary of San Rafael and San Ildefonso towns.

“Maluwag na, mabilis pa ang biyahe,” said Bernardo in a text message sent to Business Week.

As an engineer of the Maynilad Water Services Inc., (MWSI), Bernardo said he and his wife Tess, an instructor at the University of the Philippines, hopes that decongestoon of the CVR will continue.

Their hope is the same with the purpose for the construction of the arterial toad project.

Public Works Secretary Rogelio Singson said it was meant to reduce travel time to and from eastern Bulacan and Central Luzon NLEX.

He said more travel time will be reduced once the 24.61 kilometers arterial road project that will link the NLEX with the Philippine Japan Friendship Highway or the old Maharlika Highway is completed.

Singson said it will also boost economic activity in eastern Bulacan and Central Luzon.

Based on date released by the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), the 6.87 kilometer Plaridel by-pass road is under the contract package 1 of the Phase 1 of the project funded by Japan International Cooperation Agency JICA).

The Plaridel by-pass road which straddles Barangay Borol 1st in Balagtas town to Barangay Bulihan in Plaridel town was completed last November 25 amounted to P1.570-Billion. It has one 60-meter bridge and 2.40-kilometer access road.

The 7.75-kilometer contract package II of the project which is also under the Phase I will extend the contract package I to Bustos town. Jica is readying P543.326-Million of the said project.

Singson said that it is projected to be completed by next year, but contractors said it will be completed by June this year.

He said that he is looking forward for the early implementation of the contract package III and IV under phase II covering a total of 9.86 kilometers from Bustos to Barangay Maasim in San Rafael town.

The said segment of the project will also be bankrolled by a loan from JICA.

For his part, Metro Pacific Tollways Corporation President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Ramoncito Fernandez said the Plaridel Bypass road and the Balagtas Interchange is a good manifestation of public-private partnership (PPP).

“In this PPP, the government provided the road infrastructure while the Manila North Tollways Corporation (MNTC) will operate and maintain it as the country’s newest tollway,” he said.

The MNTC installed the fixed and non-fixed equipment necessary for an efficient tollway system.

Rodrigo Franco, president and CEO of the MNTC said they allocated a total of P109-M for the said equipment, plus P22-M for operation and maintenance of the Balagtas interchange and portion of the by-pass road.

With regards to toll fee, Edmundo Reyes, the executive director of the Toll Regulatory Board said they approved its collection at the Balagtas interchange.

Reyes said that toll fees to be collected will be based on existing per kilometer collection of the Traffic Management Corporation, the operator of the NLEX.


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dumaan na ko sa balagtas interchange.. ambilis nga, nasa plaridel bypass na ko in few minuites, kaso andaming.. grrrrrr, grrr.. ganun ung tunog ng kotse ko.. andami kcng pampagising na nilagay ung mntc dun sa area e.. pero so far very good!! hope to finish phase 2 asap...
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MANILA, Philippines - Eight of 17 public-private partnership (PPP) projects are expected to be laid out this year, on top of the P1.6-billion Daang Hari road project in Cavite, President Aquino told businessmen in Makati City yesterday.

“We intend to roll out about eight of them this year. We want an accelerated program for the PPP itself,” he said during the Philippine Investment Forum at The Peninsula Manila hotel.

“I have instructed the economic cluster and also the NEDA (National Economic and Development Authority) specifically. There has to be more speed in terms of giving a thumbs up or a thumbs down to all the various projects under consideration,” Aquino stressed.

Included in the eight are two prominent projects – the P60-billion 12-kilometer Light Rail Transit Line 1 that will extend to Bacoor, Cavite and the connector between the South Luzon (SLEX) and North Luzon (NLEX) Expressways.

“We cannot afford to think of decades upon decades. We are missing the opportunities that are already extant. So for this year, we are very excited about generating a lot of interest in the PPP programs for infrastructure,” he added.

“There is a need to really expand our gateways and various studies are underway to determine exactly how to achieve that. Of course, the road networks, the airports are very, very essential,” Aquino explained.

The Chief Executive also revealed plans to significantly improve the country’s current nautical highway by cutting from the usual three days to a mere 15 hours the travel time from Luzon to Mindanao.

“This nautical highway is something also that is high up in the radar list that hopefully will be accomplished,” he said.

“One thing that I keep telling the Cabinet, why is it that produce from Mindanao, especially the seafood, hardly gets to Manila?”

The Aquino administration plans to further invigorate its PPP program, particularly in the second half of this year.

In support of this goal, the NEDA reported that at least six PPP projects would have already been bidded out by the end of the first semester this year.

“Growth will also be energized by improving prospects in external demand for local goods and services, particularly from emerging economies. Among others, we’re looking at increasing demand from the semiconductor and electronics industries as major influences in the economy this year,” Budget Secretary Florencio Abad said.

The Department of Budget and Management chief added that there is much optimism in continuing growth propelled by OFW remittances, projected to spike by 6-7 percent annually.

The President likewise urged businessmen to invest in the Philippines, citing recent economic gains and measures against graft and corruption.

“We have reformed the manner in which we allocate and dispense public funds; we have thrown the book at the thieves; and we are collecting what is due to the government.”

He cited the record-high performance of the stock market, increased investments in the Philippine Economic Zone Authority and increased visitor arrivals in the country as among the indicators of confidence in the Philippines.

According to the Chief Executive two major shipbuilding companies are currently setting up operations in the country, but declined to name them.

Aside from the PPP projects, Aquino added that the government is focusing on agriculture and tourism to generate more jobs.

He also said that doing business has also been made easier by streamlining the processes and fostering a “stable and predictable” business environment to attract more businesses to set up operations here.

“Suffice it to say: we are proud of the progress we have made, but we are not satisfied with just this. We Filipinos know just how much potential this country has; and we are working even harder to fulfill this potential,” he said.
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"the connector between the South Luzon (SLEX) and North Luzon (NLEX) Expressways"

Which one? I understand there will be two.
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