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Old August 16th, 2007, 03:28 AM   #61
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san pala yung route ng C5 expressway sa commonwealth? sa tandang sora ba?
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Old August 16th, 2007, 06:19 AM   #62
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hindi. ang pangit nga eh.. from Katipunan, bababa siya pagdating sa Commonwealth Ave.(which is supposed to be a radial road) tapos punta ng circle and then Mindanao ave...
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Old August 16th, 2007, 06:54 AM   #63
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huh... I believe it will connect to Tandang Sora... it will just cross Mindanao, Commonwealth Avenues and Quirino Hiway...
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Old August 16th, 2007, 06:58 AM   #64
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Magcoconnect nga sa tandang sora pero after going through coomonwealth, qc circle and mindanao ave. Yun yung sinsabi sa SONA eh. wala lang, siguro walang pera for ROW kaya dun na lang pinadaan.
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Old August 19th, 2007, 02:19 PM   #65
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Bulacan-Rizal-Manila-Cavite Regional Expressway

Bulacan-Rizal-Manila-Cavite Regional Expressway
Circumferential Road 6

Length: 49.1 km (30.5 mi)
Direction: North/South
From: McArthur Highway in Marilao, Bulacan
Major Junctions: North Luzon Expressway in Marilao
Manila-Cavite Expressway in Noveleta
Cavite City Road in Cavite City
To: Cavite City Road in Cavite City, Cavite

Bulacan-Rizal-Manila-Cavite Regional Expressway (BRMCRE or BRMCREx) is a superhighway that is now under construction. It will act as a beltway of Metro Manila, so that buses and other transportation vehicles coming from the southern provinces to the northern provinces (and vice versa) need not pass through Metro Manila, thus lessening traffic in the metropolis. When built, C-6 will follow the proposed Metro Manila Tollway route eastward starting from its terminus at the North Luzon Expressway in Marilao in Bulacan province (Expressway segment). C-6 will then pass through San Jose Del Monte City in Bulacan, turn southward and pass through Montalban (also known as Rodriguez), San Mateo, Antipolo City, Angono, and Taytay in Rizal province, finally entering Taguig City. The Metro Manila Tollway will continue southwest to the South Luzon Expressway ending near the Bicutan interchange. C-6 will continue southward along the proposed Laguna de Bay Coastal Road running along the coast of the Laguna de Bay into Muntinlupa City. It will eventually pass the Alabang district of Muntinlupa City. In Cavite, it will pass Bacoor, Imus, Kawit, Noveleta, and Cavite City. It will eventually connect R-1. This expressway is also known as Circumferential Road 6 (C-6). It starts at McArthur Highway near SM City Marilao in Marilao and ends at Cavite City just near the Cavite City View of Manila Bay with a T-Intersection.

Name and Origin

This expressway will be named as Padre Jacinto Zamora Super Highway after Jacinto Zamora who was one of the GOMBURZA and executed on February 15, 1872 in Bagumbayan (now Rizal Park) in Manila.

Tolls Class
North of Laguna De Bay
(Marilao-Taytay)
South of Laguna de Bay
(Taguig-Cavite City)
1 TBA TBA
2 TBA TBA
3 TBA TBA

List of Exits

These are the list of exits of Bulacan-Rizal-Manila-Cavite Regional Expressway and it starts at Exit 5 because the MacArthur Highway-NLEX Segment is not part of the expressway unlike US Freeways. Rizal Park is designated as Kilometer Zero (Km 0).

Kilometer 5 (Southbound) - Marilao Toll Plaza - Lias, Marilao, Bulacan

Exit 6 - NLE - P. Zamora Interchange - Marilao, Bulacan

Exit 7 - Francisco Homes Interchange - Francisco Homes, San Jose del Monte City, Bulacan

* This exit takes San Jose del Monte-Bocaue Road. This is an alternate route to Santa Maria, Bocaue, Francisco Homes, and other parts of Bulacan.

Exit 10 - Bigte Exit - Bigte, San Jose del Monte City, Bulacan

* This exit takes Manila-del Monte-Garay Road, the extension of Quirino Highway.
* This exit is an alternate route to Norzagaray, Doñna Remedios Trinidad, and other parts of Bulacan and it is the alternate route to Novaliches, Quezon City and Caloocan City (N).

Exit 13 - Rodriguez Exit - Rodriguez, Rizal

Exit 14 - San Mateo Exit - San Mateo, Rizal

Exit 17 - Antipolo Exit - Antipolo City, Rizal

* This road takes Marcos Highway. This is the alternate route to Quezon City, Marikina City, Quezon province, and other parts of Rizal province.

Exit 18 - Ortigas Exit - Ortigas Avenue Extension, Antipolo City, Rizal

* This exit is only situated for vehicles going to Cavite only. No exit of Ortigas going to Marilao.
* This exit is an alternate route to Ortigas Center in Mandaluyong City and Pasig City, Cainta, and other parts of Rizal.

Exit 20 - Angono Exit - Angono, Rizal

Exit 22 - Taytay Exit - Taytay, Rizal

* This exit can take Manila East Road. It can go to SM City Taytay.

Exit 29 - Taguig Exit - Taguig City

Exit 31 - Brittany Bay Exit - Brittany Bay Subdivision, Sucat, Muntinlupa City

Exit 34 - Alabang Exit - Filinvest Corporate City, Alabang, Muntinlupa City

* This exit can take to Soldier's Hills, Pleasant Village, Alabang, and Las Pinas City.

Exit 35 - Susana Heights Exit - Tunasan, Muntinlupa City

* This exit can go to South Luzon Expressway by taking the Everest Hills Service Road.

Exit 38 - Molino Exit - Molino 2, Bacoor, Cavite

* This exit can take Molino Road. It is near SM Supercenter Molino.

Exit 39 - Bacoor Exit - Bacoor, Cavite

* This exit can go to Aguinaldo Highway (R-1).
* This exit is an alternate route to Imus, Dasmariñas, Silang, Tagaytay City, Laguna province, Batangas, Las Piñas City, Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Parañaque City, Pasay City, and Manila.

Exit 42 - Imus Exit - Imus, Cavite

Exit 43 - Kawit Exit - Kawit, Cavite

* This exit can take to Aguinaldo Shrine.

Exit 45 - Noveleta Exit - Noveleta, Cavite

* This exit is an alternate route to Naic, Maragondon, Tagaytay City and other parts of Cavite. The exit can go to NORTH and SOUTH Reclamation Areas. This exit takes to Las Piñas-Noveleta Road.

Exit 46 - Manila-Cavite Expressway-BRMCREx - Noveleta, Cavite

Kilometer 47 (Northbound) - Cavite City Toll Barrier - Cavite City, Cavite

Exit 48 - Cavite City Exit - Cavite City, Cavite

* Left goes to Cavite City Proper and right goes to Noveleta.

SOURCE: http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?...ldid=149881840

Found this at Wikipedia although it has no source. Can anyone confirm this?
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Old August 19th, 2007, 04:31 PM   #66
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that ortigas exit is weird. super mega traffic na nga yang lugar na yan tapos southbound exit lang? ano yun? dapat to both directions.,

yah., i found that months ago at wiki., and puzzle parin sakin ang right of way sa antipolo. how could it pass through marcos highway, then ortigas extention, then to manila east road? mas mahal pa ang gagastusin nila sa right of way aquisition kesa construction. they would have to hit houses of filthy rich millionaires in antipolo and tay-tay.,
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Old August 21st, 2007, 06:58 AM   #67
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meron n bng pics na na post sa proj. na to?...
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Old September 4th, 2007, 03:59 AM   #68
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C6 CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN

‘Super City’ to rise in Bulacan
By Dino Balabo
Tuesday, September 4, 2007
http://www.philstar.com/index.php?Na...&type=2&sec=28

SAN JOSE DEL MONTE, Bulacan – A “super city” will soon rise in one of Bulacan’s most populous areas, following the construction of the $1.2-billion Metro Rail Transit 7 (MRT) in the next two years.

Mayor Eduardo Roquero told The STAR that the “super city” will rise at the 200-hectare former Puyat property in Barangay Tungkong Mangga here where the first inter-modal terminal will be constructed.

The inter-modal terminal will be the last terminal of the 20.7-kilometer MRT-7 line that will start from SM City North EDSA in Quezon City, where the MRT-2 north station is located.

According to Roquero, the super city will have commercial, residential spaces on high-rise buildings similar to that of Eastwood estates in Libis.

“We expect more investments to pour into San Jose del Monte even before the construction for the MRT-7 begins,” he said.

Construction will be handled by the Light Rail Transit Corp. and will start between late 2008 and early 2009. It is expected to be completed by 2010.

Aside from the MRT-7 project, Roquero also said the construction of the Circumferential Road 6 (C-6) is about to start.

The 40-kilometer C-6 project will branch out of the North Luzon Expressway between its Malolos and Marilao segments.

He said at least 20,000 workers will be initially employed by the two mega-infrastructure constructions and stressed that it will be a big boost to the economy of the city with about 500,000 residents.


In preparation for the said mega projects, Roquero said they are preparing for the education of the city’s workforce.

“Initially, we allotted P5 million in our Annual Investment Plan (AIP) for the education of our skilled workers, including masons, and other construction workers,” Roquero said.

He added that they will also offer computer secretarial and janitorial courses to upgrade the skills of their workforce.

San Jose del Monte was converted into a component city of the province through a plebiscite on Sept. 10, 2000.

This year, the city is celebrating its seventh anniversary as a city.
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Old September 4th, 2007, 04:22 AM   #69
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well.. currently a lot of developments are happening in Tungkong Mangga area.. they are reblocking the road... and the land of the Aranetas or the Legardas (if I'm not mistaken) has now been developed as an exclusive subdivision..
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Old October 6th, 2007, 02:52 AM   #70
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‘Super City’ to rise in Bulacan
By Dino Balabo
Tuesday, September 4, 2007
http://www.philstar.com/index.php?Na...&type=2&sec=28

SAN JOSE DEL MONTE, Bulacan – A “super city” will soon rise in one of Bulacan’s most populous areas, following the construction of the $1.2-billion Metro Rail Transit 7 (MRT) in the next two years.

Mayor Eduardo Roquero told The STAR that the “super city” will rise at the 200-hectare former Puyat property in Barangay Tungkong Mangga here where the first inter-modal terminal will be constructed.

The inter-modal terminal will be the last terminal of the 20.7-kilometer MRT-7 line that will start from SM City North EDSA in Quezon City, where the MRT-2 north station is located.

According to Roquero, the super city will have commercial, residential spaces on high-rise buildings similar to that of Eastwood estates in Libis.

“We expect more investments to pour into San Jose del Monte even before the construction for the MRT-7 begins,” he said.

Construction will be handled by the Light Rail Transit Corp. and will start between late 2008 and early 2009. It is expected to be completed by 2010.

Aside from the MRT-7 project, Roquero also said the construction of the Circumferential Road 6 (C-6) is about to start.

The 40-kilometer C-6 project will branch out of the North Luzon Expressway between its Malolos and Marilao segments.

He said at least 20,000 workers will be initially employed by the two mega-infrastructure constructions and stressed that it will be a big boost to the economy of the city with about 500,000 residents.


In preparation for the said mega projects, Roquero said they are preparing for the education of the city’s workforce.

“Initially, we allotted P5 million in our Annual Investment Plan (AIP) for the education of our skilled workers, including masons, and other construction workers,” Roquero said.

He added that they will also offer computer secretarial and janitorial courses to upgrade the skills of their workforce.

San Jose del Monte was converted into a component city of the province through a plebiscite on Sept. 10, 2000.

This year, the city is celebrating its seventh anniversary as a city.
Construction will start late 2008 and finished by 2010????

I kind of doubt it.

Why not start constructing now so it could be finished by 2010???
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Old October 6th, 2007, 03:54 AM   #71
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sino kaya may 200 sa project na ito....
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Old October 8th, 2007, 06:27 AM   #72
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Construction will start late 2008 and finished by 2010????

I kind of doubt it.

Why not start constructing now so it could be finished by 2010???
cool lang... maybe they're gathering up the funds for this... or they maybe doing some paperworks like permits etc...
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Old November 3rd, 2007, 04:13 AM   #73
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cool lang... maybe they're gathering up the funds for this... or they maybe doing some paperworks like permits etc...
yeah....hehehehe...it's hard to keep your cool when you want to see your country move forward and these politicians, bureaucrats are busy scratching their balls.....
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Old December 1st, 2007, 02:58 AM   #74
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what is the update on this, anyone? wow.. is super city under development now? if yes, that is great! but the inaccurate wiki said

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Roquero announced that a “super city” will rise (following the construction of the US$ 1.2-billion Metro Rail Transit 7 (MRT) in the next 2 years)
it means that the super city's development is dependent upon mrt-7 construction... naku po..

also, i think, c-5 will include t.sora or congressional.. but as for now, since under devlopment.. they mentioned that it will take the north ave route, but we all know that its stupid.. its faster to take t.sora ave..

and c-6 may never come into fruition... sana wag naman.. but read!
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what is the update on this, anyone? wow.. is super city under development now? if yes, that is great! but the inaccurate wiki said



it means that the super city's development is dependent upon mrt-7 construction... naku po..

also, i think, c-5 will include t.sora or congressional.. but as for now, since under devlopment.. they mentioned that it will take the north ave route, but we all know that its stupid.. its faster to take t.sora ave..

and c-6 may never come into fruition... sana wag naman.. but read!

I doubt it if Wiki's inaccurate with that one..after all the city would be contingent on having an efficient public transpo..

this is why time is important and completing projects on time are very important..things depend on each other

problem is it is so slooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww


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wow in 2 to 5 yrs time lang ito! nice marami naring maeemployed na mga noypis na naghihirap dyan at walang trabaho hehehe good! indeed, this modern rail transit can really force our folks to build more residential and commercial complexes!!
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Old March 31st, 2008, 03:15 PM   #77
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http://http://www.manilastandardtoda...ce1_mar31_2008
Ring road to spur business

By Roderick T. dela Cruz

The government is working out a business case for the Circumferential Road 6 or C6 project that will link the North and South Luzon Expressways via the towns of Rizal and eastern parts of Metro Manila.

Acting Economic Planning Secretary Augusto Santos, in his recent presentation to the Philippine Development Forum, said the project would involve a 59.5-kilometer tollway to be built for P38.866 billion.

It is one of 10 infrastructure projects to be opened for private financing.

Known as the Metro Manila Tollway, C6 would serve as an alternative route to decongest Edsa and other arterial roads while expanding trade and socioeconomic interactions between the northern and southern provinces of Luzon, according to Santos.

“A business case will be developed for the project.”

The tollway will traverse San Jose del Monte City in Bulacan, the towns of Rodriguez, San Mateo and Taytay and Antipolo City in Rizal and the metropolitan cities of Marikina and Taguig.

Neda documents indicated that the high type of road facility would directly link Cavite, Metro Manila, Rizal and Bulacan by meshing major radial roads such as Manila-Cavite Toll Expressway, South Luzon Expressway, Ortigas Avenue Extension, Marcos Highway and North Luzon Expressway.

C6 is designed to be the final and longest of the six semi-circle roads in Metro Manila. The first five circumferential roads (C1 to C5), which are linked by 10 radial roads, (R1 to R10) have been completed.

Starting from the smallest, which is nearest to Rizal Park (Kilometer Zero) in Manila outward, these roads are C1, which includes Claro M. Recto Ave. up to P. Burgos; C2 from Tayuman Road to Quirino Ave.; C3, Navotas through Araneta Ave. up to San Juan and then to Gil Puyat Ave. in Makati City; C4, a portion of which has been renamed as Edsa; and the newly built C5, starting at Commonwealth Ave. in Quezon City extending to Taguig.

Another major project is the North Luzon East Expressway, consisting of of more than 100 km of toll road from Plaridel town in Bulacan to Cabanatuan City in Nueva Ecija.

According to plan, the first stage—a 22-km two-lane toll road from Plaridel to San Rafael, Bulacan—will cost at least P3 billion.

There were no cost estimates yet for the second state (34 km from San Leonardo to San Diego, Cabanatuan ) and third stage (45 km connecting Plaridel and Cabanatuan bypasses).

The government shoulders the financing for the construction but upon completion, the operation and maintenance of toll facility will be offered to the private sector through concession.
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i'm not sure if the taguig road dike, which is already nearly done but not yet paved, is a part of this c6 road. if it is, mukhang two lanes lang ito. parang ansagwang tawaging expressway/highway kung two lanes lang.
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Bulacan-Rizal-Manila-Cavite Regional Expressway
Circumferential Road 6

When built, C-6 will follow the proposed Metro Manila Tollway route eastward starting from its terminus at the
- North Luzon Expressway in Marilao in Bulacan province (Expressway segment). C-6 will then pass through
- San Jose Del Monte City in Bulacan, turn southward and pass through
- Montalban (also known as Rodriguez),
- San Mateo,
- Antipolo City,
- Angono, and
- Taytay in Rizal province, finally entering
- Taguig City. The Metro Manila Tollway will continue southwest to the
- South Luzon Expressway ending near the
- Bicutan interchange. C-6 will continue southward
- along the proposed Laguna de Bay Coastal Road running along the coast of the Laguna de Bay into Muntinlupa City. It will eventually pass the
- Alabang district of Muntinlupa City. In Cavite, it will pass
- Bacoor,
- Imus,
- Kawit,
- Noveleta, and
- Cavite City. It will eventually
- connect R-1.

This expressway is also known as Circumferential Road 6 (C-6). It starts at McArthur Highway near SM City Marilao in Marilao and ends at Cavite City just near the Cavite City View of Manila Bay with a T-Intersection.



List of Exits

These are the list of exits of Bulacan-Rizal-Manila-Cavite Regional Expressway and it starts at Exit 5 because the MacArthur Highway-NLEX Segment is not part of the expressway unlike US Freeways. Rizal Park is designated as Kilometer Zero (Km 0).

Kilometer 5 (Southbound) - Marilao Toll Plaza - Lias, Marilao, Bulacan

Exit 6 - NLE - P. Zamora Interchange - Marilao, Bulacan

Exit 7 - Francisco Homes Interchange - Francisco Homes, San Jose del Monte City, Bulacan

* This exit takes San Jose del Monte-Bocaue Road. This is an alternate route to Santa Maria, Bocaue, Francisco Homes, and other parts of Bulacan.

Exit 10 - Bigte Exit - Bigte, San Jose del Monte City, Bulacan

* This exit takes Manila-del Monte-Garay Road, the extension of Quirino Highway.
* This exit is an alternate route to Norzagaray, Doñna Remedios Trinidad, and other parts of Bulacan and it is the alternate route to Novaliches, Quezon City and Caloocan City (N).

Exit 13 - Rodriguez Exit - Rodriguez, Rizal

Exit 14 - San Mateo Exit - San Mateo, Rizal

Exit 17 - Antipolo Exit - Antipolo City, Rizal

* This road takes Marcos Highway. This is the alternate route to Quezon City, Marikina City, Quezon province, and other parts of Rizal province.

Exit 18 - Ortigas Exit - Ortigas Avenue Extension, Antipolo City, Rizal

* This exit is only situated for vehicles going to Cavite only. No exit of Ortigas going to Marilao.
* This exit is an alternate route to Ortigas Center in Mandaluyong City and Pasig City, Cainta, and other parts of Rizal.

Exit 20 - Angono Exit - Angono, Rizal

Exit 22 - Taytay Exit - Taytay, Rizal

* This exit can take Manila East Road. It can go to SM City Taytay.

Exit 29 - Taguig Exit - Taguig City

Exit 31 - Brittany Bay Exit - Brittany Bay Subdivision, Sucat, Muntinlupa City

Exit 34 - Alabang Exit - Filinvest Corporate City, Alabang, Muntinlupa City

* This exit can take to Soldier's Hills, Pleasant Village, Alabang, and Las Pinas City.

Exit 35 - Susana Heights Exit - Tunasan, Muntinlupa City

* This exit can go to South Luzon Expressway by taking the Everest Hills Service Road.

Exit 38 - Molino Exit - Molino 2, Bacoor, Cavite

* This exit can take Molino Road. It is near SM Supercenter Molino.

Exit 39 - Bacoor Exit - Bacoor, Cavite

* This exit can go to Aguinaldo Highway (R-1).
* This exit is an alternate route to Imus, Dasmariñas, Silang, Tagaytay City, Laguna province, Batangas, Las Piñas City, Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Parañaque City, Pasay City, and Manila.

Exit 42 - Imus Exit - Imus, Cavite

Exit 43 - Kawit Exit - Kawit, Cavite

* This exit can take to Aguinaldo Shrine.

Exit 45 - Noveleta Exit - Noveleta, Cavite

* This exit is an alternate route to Naic, Maragondon, Tagaytay City and other parts of Cavite. The exit can go to NORTH and SOUTH Reclamation Areas. This exit takes to Las Piñas-Noveleta Road.

Exit 46 - Manila-Cavite Expressway-BRMCREx - Noveleta, Cavite

Kilometer 47 (Northbound) - Cavite City Toll Barrier - Cavite City, Cavite

Exit 48 - Cavite City Exit - Cavite City, Cavite

* Left goes to Cavite City Proper and right goes to Noveleta.

SOURCE: http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?...ldid=149881840

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Pwede po bang i-drawing eto sa map? It looks like a huge worm splashed around metro manila, and then Crossing the South luzon expressway all the way to cavite? Wow parang ang haba haba na neto...nahilo ako sa pag iimagine... Me nakita akong map neto somewhere, thanks po
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C6 Infrastructure Road Network

Will C-6 road remain a metropolis dream?


By Roderick T. dela Cruz


Patton Kim, a Korean businessman, is getting tired of traffic congestion in Metro Manila and its surrounding areas. Going to Tagaytay City, he says, takes half a day.

Kim, a travel operator, knows too well that the traffic mess in Metro Manila is bad for the economy. If the situation does not improve, he has no choice but to promote other Asian tourist destinations, where traffic is a breeze.

This could easily translate to at least 50,000 foreign tourists bypassing the Philippines, because that was the volume of Korean travelers that Kim’s travel agency, Hana Tours, brought to the country in 2005. There were actually half a million Koreans who came here last year.

Metro Manila, a conglomerate of 14 cities and three municipalities, is getting denser by the day. Without new infrastructure projects being built, the metropolis may become the bottleneck of vehicular traffic in Luzon and the gridlock of the whole economy in the near future.

This is because Metro Manila and the nearby provinces of Bulacan, Rizal, Cavite, Laguna, Quezon, Batangas and Pampanga account for more than half of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP).

The movement of people and commodities from Bulacan to Batangas, for instance, slows to a snail pace in Metro Manila due to absence of alternative route to the crowded Edsa.

Average car speed in Metro Manila was less than 17 kilometers per hour in the 1990s and have slowed further this decade after the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) opposed the construction of interchange projects along Edsa.

Too bad, the most ambitious infrastructure project conceived to resolve the problem remains a concept since it was first planned a decade ago.

Called the Circumferential Road 6 (C-6), the project may not take off at all, says one government official, because of the significant amount required.

Ruben Reinoso, director of the National Economic and Development Authority’s (Neda) Infrastructure Staff, cannot be faulted for being pragmatic. The planned 98-kilometer C-6 will have to cut through residential, industrial and commercial sites in eastern part of Metro Manila, Bulacan, Rizal and Cavite.

But Economic Planning Secretary and Neda director general Romulo Neri believes any major infrastructure project, even one as ambitious as C-6, should be pursued as long as it is in line with the concept of value engineering.

Whether C-6 shall be pursued at all remains vague up to this point, considering that other smaller projects approved five years ago, have yet to start.

The government had even shelved other projects amid a fiscal deficit that restrains its capacity to invest in infrastructures.

Infrastructure investment this year is seen at 2.2 percent of GDP (gross domestic product), which could even be lower because Congress has yet to pass the P1.053 trillion national government budget.

Such delay has also caused a delay in the start of infrastructure projects, Neri said.

The government’s infrastructure investments is below the ideal 3 percent of the GDP set by the World Bank and the actual 6 percent to 9 percent invested by such Asian countries as Thailand, Malaysia and China.

C-6 was envisioned to be the final and longest of the six semi-circle roads in Metro Manila. The first five circumferential roads (C-1 to C-5), which are linked by 10 radial roads, (R-1 to R-10), and convey traffic from the northern to southern parts of Manila, have already been built.

Starting from the smallest, which is nearest to Rizal Park (Kilometer Zero) in Manila to the longest and farthest, these roads are C-1, which includes Claro M. Recto Avenue up to P. Burgos; C-2 which includes Tayuman Road up to Quirino Avenue; C-3, which runs from Navotas through Araneta Avenue up to San Juan and then to Gil Puyat Avenue in Makati; C-4, a portion of which has been renamed as Edsa; and the newly built C-5, which actually starts at Commonwealth Avenue in Quezon City and extends up to Taguig.

As proposed by government-owned Philippine National Construction Corp. (PNCC) and Indonesian firm Citra Metro Manila Tollways Corp. (CMMTC), C-6 would be built at approximately $1 billion, making it the most expensive road project in the country.

The C-6 project will be composed of the $600-million Metro Manila Tollway (MMT), the 23-km Laguna de Bay Coastal Road (LBCR) and the southern segment of C-6.

CMMTC, the project proponent of Metro Manila Skyway, wants the proposed 48-km MMT to be a part of the skyway project. However, the company has yet to complete its parallel 35-km Skyway linking the North and Luzon Expressway.

A joint venture of PNCC, CMMTC, John Laing of the United Kingdom, construction firm D.M Consunji and Filinvest Corp. had proposed to built LBCR at a cost of $250 million while a joint venture between the Philippine Estates Authority and Malaysian firm Renong Berhad proposed to construct the 18-km southern segment, which would link South Luzon Expressway to the Manila-Cavite Expressway at close to $100 million.

Under the plan, C-6 will run from the North Luzon Expressway Toll Gate in Marilao, Bulacan to Bicutan entrance at the South Luzon Expressway via San Jose del Monte City, Rodriguez (formerly Montalban), San Mateo, Marikina City, Antipolo City, Angono, Taytay, and Taguig.

C-6 will extend southward along the proposed Laguna de Bay Coastal Road up to Muntinlupa City. It will continue up to the Manila-Cavite Expressway in Cavite province.

If completed, vehicles coming from Bulacan to Laguna or Cavite and vice versa would not have to pass Metro Manila through the highly congested Edsa. This would halve the travel time of those vehicles and ease traffic jams in the metropolis.

While the C-6 project was mentioned as a concept as early as 1996 under the Ramos administration, no significant development about the project has taken form since then.

Stradec or the Strategic Alliance Development Corp., the Philippine subsidiary of Indonesia’s PT Citra Lamtero Gung Persada owned by former Indonesian President Suharto, has proposed to undertake the project but its joint venture with PNCC over the $2.5 billion Skyway project remains incomplete to this day.

The newly formed Philippine Infrastructure Corp. (PIC), a subsidiary of the Department of Trade and Industry’s National Development Co. (NDC), has mentioned C-6 as a possible infrastructure investment area, but came short of providing details with its plan.

PIC has yet to source its P100-billion infrastructure fund that is required to start major projects.

In his recent trips to Japan, Trade Secretary Peter Favila cited C-6 as among the three major infrastructure projects that Japanese businessmen can put their money in. The others are the extension of the North Luzon Expressway to Northern Luzon and the construction of a toll road linking Sto. Tomas, Batangas to Quezon province.

The provincial government of Bulacan has also listed C-6 as one of its eight major long-term infrastructure projects.

Reinoso, however, insists that C-6 is still a concept. “This is an ambitious program, an improvement from C-5, that will connect North Luzon Expressway to the South Luzon Expressway, that will traverse the commercial developments in Marikina and the Laguna de Bay coastline,” he said.

“It will be a very ambitious project if pursued, because it will have a tourism and property development component,” he said.

Reinoso says that in order to construct C-6, the proponents must be willing to pour money in raising the embankment at the Marikina Valley by building a viaduct to protect it from flood.

“There is still a long way to go before we see the construction of C-6,” he said.

Perhaps, Edsa must transform into a virtual parking lot first before the government can sense the urgency of undertaking projects as ambitious as C-6. But this might be too late.



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