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Old May 23rd, 2013, 04:27 AM   #121
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things are really moving forward for Capiz.

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Old May 23rd, 2013, 01:52 PM   #122
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Old May 23rd, 2013, 01:55 PM   #123
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1st Conceptual Draft of Pdp Ikot (PDP LIBOT) Vehicle
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Old May 23rd, 2013, 01:57 PM   #124
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└mazing views at the peak of Pueblo de Panay






emerging skyline of Pueblo de Panay

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Old May 23rd, 2013, 05:40 PM   #125
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Booming Roxas City & Capiz! I'm sure investors are now setting their eyes on Pueblo de Panay.
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Old May 24th, 2013, 04:58 PM   #126
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└mazing views at the peak of Pueblo de Panay






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Old May 24th, 2013, 06:46 PM   #127
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Booming Roxas City & Capiz! I'm sure investors are now setting their eyes on Pueblo de Panay.
Keep us posted Roxas peeps for all the updates !
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Old May 25th, 2013, 03:25 PM   #128
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Old May 25th, 2013, 07:23 PM   #129
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Pwede gid.

Pila ina ka seater? 18?
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Old May 26th, 2013, 09:14 AM   #130
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Pwede gid.

Pila ina ka seater? 18?
I think si Toto John sina ang makasabat hehe.
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Old May 26th, 2013, 09:15 AM   #131
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repost from the main thread I guess di pa napost dire sa PDP Thread.

ROXAS CITY TRANSPORT TERMINAL (Integrated Terminal) in PUEBLO DE PANAY


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P50-M transport terminal seen to ease traffic starts March 20 By: Jose Arsenio Quinzon & Gerry Pagharion Roxas City is set to experience more economic development as construction of the Roxas City Integrated Terminal will start March 20, 2013. In an interview, Roxas City Engineer Ardieli Ambrosio said that the P50-million,hectare-wide transport terminal located on Km. 1, Brgy. Lawaan would hopefully result in more traffic efficiency.Tourist influx from the neighboring provinces is also expected, especially with the establishment of the mall, the Robinson’s Place Roxas. Ambrosio also also said that this integrated terminal, scheduled for completion eight to ten months from March 20, would ease the traffic problem on Km. 1 area. It is seen to accommodate the provincial and municipal vehicles operating inPanay Island. The Ong Family donated the two-hectare lot at Pueblo de Panay. For the meantime, though, only a hectare will be developed for the Integrated Terminal, according to Ambrosio. “There will be structures like terminal building, and open areas for vehicular parking,”Ambrosio shared. Ambrosio said, the drivers who will be affected by this relocation of the terminal approved of the plan during the consultation of the drivers’ association. Ninety percent of them [drivers] accepted the idea,” he said. He also added that the P50-million budget for this terminal came from a loan of the City from the Land Bank. He said the project could bring back more economic development.“It can really generate income in the long run thru the collection of parking fees. Once the terminal is finished, Ambrosio said that the tricycle drivers could gain more profit because this terminal focuses more on the systematic traffic scheme, tricycles being the primary mode of transportation in the City. He also added that there would no more be traffic re-routing in the city’s main road as the terminal can improve the traffic flow on Km. 1, the main entrance to the city.


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Old May 27th, 2013, 11:47 AM   #132
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ROBINSON'S PLACE ROXAS in PUEBLO DE PANAY

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MADALI NA LANG!!! I think early completion than the target date.

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Old May 27th, 2013, 11:48 AM   #133
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Robinsons Malls Set to Open the First Full Service Mall in Roxas City this Year
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Robinsons Malls continues to expand and build new developments throughout the country. In November this year, Robinsons Place Roxas, is scheduled to open in Roxas City, the 'Seafood Capital' of the Philippines. As the newest and largest first full- service mall in the area, it is envisioned to serve not only the 47 barangays of Roxas City, but the 16 towns of Capiz Province in Panay Island as well. Local tenants will be given a preview of the project in the forthcoming Tenant Conference set this week to be held at El Circulo Convention Center, Pueblo de Panay, Roxas City.

The mall will be situated at the northern portion of Pueblo de Panay, an emerging commercial development in Barangay Lawa-an of Roxas City. Consisting of a 2-level commercial structure with a total gross floor area of approximately 37,000 square meters, the mall will have anchor tenants like the Robinsons Supermarket, Robinsons Department Store, Food Court, Robinsons Movieworld, Handyman, Robinsons Appliance Center, Saizen, Robinsons Bank, an Amusement Center and a Bingo Activity Center.

In addition, over 160 home, clothing & fashion, jewelry &accessory, music& video, footwear and specialty stores, fast food and casual dining restaurants will be housed in the mall. Foodcourt seating capacity is estimated at 200 seats. And for the added convenience of shoppers, other tenants will include book stores, banks and government agencies. Notably, the mall will feature four state-of-the-art cinemas with one 3D that can seat over 1,000 moviegoers. These will be equipped with the latest digital technology for an enhanced viewing experience.

"As the first full service mall in Roxas, Robinsons Place Roxas will bring the ultimate shopping, lifestyle and business convenience under one roof," says Arlene G. Magtibay, Robinsons Land Corporation (RLC) general manger for Commercial Centers Division. "At Robinsons Place Roxas, we will offer both quality and affordability with a complete and assorted variety of well-known retail brands." The spacious mall is designed to be a community hub and a large main atrium is incorporated in the building design. This is an ideal venue for a variety of local shows, events, exhibitions and other community gatherings. "The shopping mall will have WiFi Hotspot, Care Lounge and is PWD-friendly," adds Ms. Magtibay.

Robinsons Place Roxas mall is a regional shopping center of exceptional aesthetic appeal. Its external fašade has tinted glass curtain walls and attractive horizontal banding in beige hues with red color wall accents. Full height showcase windows allow mall-goers to take advantage natural lighting, and green spaces will be strategically placed throughout the development. These will follow an Asian Tropical Landscaping design, where areas will be predominantly planted with tropical palms. The 838-space open parking area for cars and 200 parking area for motorcycles, too, will be landscaped to follow the theme.

Ms. Magtibay adds that accessibility is foremost. "The mall is just 1 kilometer away from Roxas City's main plaza and is conveniently 200 meters away from an existing bus and AUV terminal". She adds that for those from outlying areas who want to spend more time in Roxas City, Hotel Veronica, Cler Grand Hotel and Urban Manor Hotel are nearby.

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Old May 29th, 2013, 12:30 AM   #134
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Robinson's Place Roxas in Pueblo de Panay

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Old May 29th, 2013, 12:47 AM   #135
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Old May 29th, 2013, 04:05 AM   #136
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are they going to build an esplanade too along the river?
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Pwede gid.

Pila ina ka seater? 18?
Hi Toto,

Close enough this is a 17 seater according sa manufcturer. Pero kung gamay I believe damo pa gid maka igo
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are they going to build an esplanade too along the river?
This is indeed a good addition in PDP. Im not pretty sure if they will put an esplanade.

This is their masterplan as of Feb 2013.

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Close enough this is a 17 seater according sa manufcturer. Pero kung gamay I believe damo pa gid maka igo


I see. Thanks sa info. Hopefully ma push through gid ini. It is about time.

Kung magadamo ini, sigurado mabuhinan na mga trikes sa highway.
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Pueblo de Panay

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It seems Pueblo de Panay will use Roundabouts in every intersection.

A roundabout is a type of circular intersection or junction in which road traffic is slowed and flows almost continuously in one direction around a central island to several exits onto the various intersecting roads. In a modern roundabout, entering traffic must always yield to traffic already in the circle, and roundabouts have additional restrictions on the junction layout to give high safety. Elimination of the opportunity for the most deadly crashes at intersections (T-bone or perpendicular crashes) is the greatest benefit of the roundabout design. Pedestrians are routed away from the intersection, to separate crosswalks located at least one full car length outside of the intersection, where they have a refuge between lanes of traffic. Consequently pedestrians only have to cope with traffic that is coming from one direction at a time, and which is travelling slowly enough for visual engagement with drivers, encouraging deference towards the pedestrians. Roundabouts, in their modern form, were standardised in the U.K., improving on the experience of traffic circles built in the U.S. following WWII. Modern roundabouts are now common in many countries.

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