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Old August 15th, 2019, 03:46 PM   #661
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Old August 15th, 2019, 05:13 PM   #663
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Old August 17th, 2019, 01:30 AM   #664
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Udenna still awaiting endorsements for monorail project

https://www.sunstar.com.ph/article/1818984
August 16, 2019

TWO months after Udenna Infrastructure Corporation confirmed that it has submitted an unsolicited proposal to undertake the Cebu Rail Project, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) has yet to endorse the project to the National Economic and Development Authority (Neda) for technical review.

The project also needs endorsements from the Cebu City Development Council and Central Visayas Development Council, said Manuel Jamonir, assistant vice president for operations and business development manager of Udenna Infrastructure.


"I learned that DOTr is expected to submit it to Neda this month. The project will also be for CDC and RDC endorsements," he said in a text message.

Asked on whether the project has been submitted to either the CDC or RDC, Jamonir said they have "discussed with the mayor already".


The project was not among the government's flagship infrastructure projects discussed by DOTr officials in a press briefing at the Malacañan Palace on Wednesday, August 14.

Asked about the Cebu projects after the briefing, Transportation Assistant Secretary Eymard Eje said there was no update because they were still waiting for an RDC endorsement.

A source at the RDC, however, said the project has not been forwarded to their office yet.

The proposed Cebu Rail Project, which is estimated to cost P80 billion, is one of the components of the Metro Cebu Integrated and Intermodal Transport System (MCIITS).

The P16-billion Cebu BRT project, which has been delayed for more than four years, is also part of this proposed mass transport system.

Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade, who inspected the proposed project sites on July 6, 2019, said he wanted project implementation to "move fast" and provide Cebuanos with a combination of railways, BRT and cable cars by the end of 2021 at the latest.

Cebu Rail Project

Udenna Infrastructure, which had originally proposed a light rail transit (LRT) system, was granted original proponent status (OPS) for the proposed Cebu Rail Project in December 2018.

An OPS gives the company the right to match any competing offer in a Swiss challenge, a procurement process that invites other companies to bid for the project as mandated under the BOT Law. The awarding of OPS to Udenna temporarily shut the door on another proponent of a monorail system in Cebu.

The project will use the monorail technology, which costs half of the estimated cost of an LRT system.

The project still has to undergo review by the Neda Investment Coordination Committee (ICC) before it could be endorsed to the Neda Board for approval.


Jamonir had said that if the project is awarded to them, they hoped to begin construction of the infrastructure component by 2020 and complete the project in three to four years.

Udenna's proposal involves the establishment of two lines, Central Line and Airport Line.

The Central Line will cover 17 kilometers from Talisay City to Cebu City, while the Airport Line will cover about 9 kilometers from Cebu City to the Mactan Cebu International Airport on Mactan Island.

Both lines will converge at an interchange that will be established in Cebu City. Jamonir earlier said they want to construct the two lines simultaneously.

Cebu BRT Project

Meanwhile, the Cebu BRT Project is up for World Bank review in December 2019.

A World Bank document dated June 10, 2019 noted that the Cebu BRT Project is "more advanced" in project implementation than the Cebu Rail Project because it is already funded.

A US$141-million financial package was approved for the project in September 2014 yet. This consists of a US$116-million loan from the World Bank and a US$25-million loan from the Clean Technology Fund.

Closing date of the loans is on June 30, 2021.

The World Bank rated project implementation as of June as "moderately satisfactory" as it noted that a technical support consultant, Egis International, has already been hired.

The delay in project implementation was partly caused by DOTr's failure to award the contract for a technical support consultant. The consultant was hired only in September 2018.

The University of San Carlos Center for Social Research and Education was hired as social management consultant several months earlier, in January 2018.

The Cebu BRT project, a pet project of former Cebu City mayor Tomas Osmeña, was sidelined after Presidential Assistant for the Visayas Michael Dino pushed for an LRT system instead.

The BRT system is proposed to cover 23 kilometers between Bulacao in the south and Talamban in the north, with link to the South Road Properties.

The project involves the construction of transit ways, stations, terminals, depot and other facilities.

The system is targeted to transport 330,000 passengers daily. (With Ruth Abbey Gita in Malacañang)
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Old September 26th, 2019, 04:48 PM   #666
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P288-B unsolicited project proposals for Cebu await action from Neda, other agencies
September 26, 2019

CEBU CITY, Philippines —Two unsolicited project proposals for Cebu with combined cost of about P288 billion are awaiting further action from the Investment Coordination Committee (ICC), according to a statement from the Nation Economic Development Authority (Neda).

The build-operate-transfer proposal for the 50-year integrated development for the Mactan Cebu International Airport has recently submitted documents required by the ICC for review by the Neda, the Department of Finance (DOF), and the Public-Private Partnership Center (PPPC).

The proposal, endorsed by the Mactan Cebu International Airport Authority (MCIAA), is among the 20 unsolicited project proposals submitted to the Neda ICC secretariat as of September 20, 2019. It has been presented to the ICC Technical Board.

The project proponent, GMR Megawide Cebu Airport Corporation (GMCAC), intends to take over the airport’s airside facilities from MCIAA.

It will invest P208 billion for the rehabilitation of MCIA’s existing runways and taxiways, the construction of an additional full length parallel taxiway that can act as an emergency runway, and the development of additional rapid exit taxiways and runway holding positions.

The other unsolicited project proposal submitted to Neda ICC was for the P80-billion Cebu monorail transit system, a build-transfer-operate-maintain (BTOM) project, by the Department of Transportation (DOTR). So far, the project proponent has submitted additional information on the project but these were yet to be reviewed by Neda ICC.

The Cebu monorail transit system project is among seven that are still under ICC Secretariat evaluation and undergoing refinements based on technical discussions with ICC member agencies (including the PPP Center), sponsor agencies, and/or original private proponents of these proposals.

The Udenna Infrastructure Corp. proposes to build two lines for the monorail: the 17-kilometer central line from Talisay City to Cebu City; and the 9-kilometer airport line from Cebu City in mainland Cebu to MCIA in Lapu-Lapu City on Mactan Island.


According to Neda, its review of submitted unsolicited proposals requires a whole-of-government and whole-of-society approach, considering all the laws that these projects must comply with and their potential impact on various facets of development.

Read more: https://cebudailynews.inquirer.net/2...#ixzz60dyG78s4
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kanus-a kaha ni masugdan? this mode of transportation can be a game changer on how cebuanos commute on a daily basis. lrt, mrt, brt, jeepneys and the aqua taxis gives us more options unya.
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[IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.skyscrapercity.com/images/smilies/previous.gif[/IMG] there will be a new BBB list these coming weeks .. the Cebu Monorail will likely be introduced though will still be part of set 20 in PPPC (actually 21 but NMIA is already a go) together with the MRT4, EDSA skyway etc.. then maybe others that are unrealistic for the next 5 years will be archived.. Since Cebu Monorail is Unsolicited Proposal.., the media release will be on swiss challenge because there's privacy clause in USP's.. 😊..

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e rename naba ni to Metro Cebu Monorail?
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e rename naba ni to Metro Cebu Monorail?
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