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Old October 30th, 2018, 07:00 PM   #81
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Pero this is different line..
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Old October 31st, 2018, 03:03 AM   #82
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Panigurado mamumuti ang tren na dadaan dyan sa dami ng alikabok at buhangin sa mga area ng lahar.
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Old November 22nd, 2018, 10:13 AM   #83
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Ano na po ang update dito? Dito Chinese media, isinama nila ang Clark-Subic Rail sa mga project na gagawin ng China? Pagdating sa freight focused na rail, talagang China yata ang kinukuha natin.

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Old November 22nd, 2018, 01:43 PM   #84
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Hindi siya isinama sa signing sa official visit ni Pres. Xi Jinping dahil sa wala pang napiling Chinese contractor pero ang sabi within this year or sa January 2019.

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Old November 22nd, 2018, 01:55 PM   #85
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Wow so kung January 2019 may mapipili nang contractor, malapit na din pala magsimula. Kaya siguro sinama na din ng Chinese media sa report nila.

May plano po ba sa phase 2 or susunod pang phases nito na umabot hanggang Ilocos Norte?
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Old November 22nd, 2018, 01:58 PM   #86
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Wow so kung January 2019 may mapipili nang contractor, malapit na din pala magsimula. Kaya siguro sinama na din ng Chinese media sa report nila.

May plano po ba sa phase 2 or susunod pang phases nito na umabot hanggang Ilocos Norte?
Subic-Clark rail awaits contractor nominees from Beijing
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MANILA - The Philippines will defer the signing of the commercial agreement for the China-funded Subic-Clark Railway, pending a list of 3 potential contractors from Beijing, a Filipino official said Wednesday.
The agreement may be signed later this year or early 2019 and may not be done in time for Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to Manila in November, said Transportation Undersecretary Timothy John Batan.
https://news.abs-cbn.com/business/10...s-from-beijing
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Old November 23rd, 2018, 03:32 AM   #87
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i hope that the Subic-Clark railway will eventually be connected to other Chinese-funded long haul passenger-cargo railway systems, especially the PNR South Long Haul so that the ports at Subic, Manila and Batangas will connected to each other, and will also be connected to inland ports at Calamba and Clark, and the rest of Luzon that is connected to the railway network.
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Old November 23rd, 2018, 04:01 AM   #88
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i hope that the Subic-Clark railway will eventually be connected to other Chinese-funded long haul passenger-cargo railway systems, especially the PNR South Long Haul so that the ports at Subic, Manila and Batangas will connected to each other, and will also be connected to inland ports at Calamba and Clark, and the rest of Luzon that is connected to the railway network.
This is also what I wish for. To create a seamless connection of High Capacity heavy rail system. From Manila Port to Clark Inland Terminal and to Subic Port. From Manila Port to Calamba Inland to Batangas. The transport of goods will be fast. This areas forms big slice of GDP and heavily concentrated witg people. Movement by roads is expected to be slow even if they build new roads.
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Old November 24th, 2018, 08:39 PM   #89
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It would be a dream come true if our Motorways and Highways are freed up of the Long Haul Cargo Trucks and instead get replaced by Long Haul Heavy Duty Railways... that will travel up and down the length of Luzon and it will speed up the transfer of raw mareriald and finish products for exports between the Ilocos/ Cagayan Freeport to Clark Airport/ Subic SeaPort to Batangas SeaPort to Laguna Technoparks to Quezon Seaports (Fish Ports) up to Bicol Areas (people shunning plastics - Manila Hemps/ Abaca will be great again)... Double Track Railway Lines will be ideal...
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Old March 24th, 2019, 09:14 AM   #90
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Why this railway project on the pipeline kung meron na northrail phase 2 subic line?
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Old April 21st, 2019, 01:23 PM   #91
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What happened to this project? China still hasn't provided a list of their 3 nominated contractors? This will seriously delay this project.

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Why this railway project on the pipeline kung meron na northrail phase 2 subic line?
What do you mean by northrail phase 2 Subic line? Do you have details for this project? Wasn't northrail discontinued years ago in lieu of the NSCR?
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Old April 21st, 2019, 04:55 PM   #92
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Why this railway project on the pipeline kung meron na northrail phase 2 subic line?
wala na siguro kasi hindi na natuloy yung northrail phase 1, nasupersede na ng NSCR.

most likely magiging part na SCR ng North Long Haul

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What happened to this project? China still hasn't provided a list of their 3 nominated contractors? This will seriously delay this project.



What do you mean by northrail phase 2 Subic line? Do you have details for this project? Wasn't northrail discontinued years ago in lieu of the NSCR?
pagkakatanda ko 4 phases yang Northrail, aabot hanggang Laoag kung natuloy
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Old August 12th, 2019, 08:01 PM   #93
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Government awaits shortlist of Chinese contractors for Subic-Clark rail
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MANILA, Philippines — The government expects China to complete the shortlist of contractors within the month for the development of a cargo train connecting Subic to Clark as it hopes to commence construction of the railway project within the first half of next year.
Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade said that while the Chinese Embassy has previously submitted to the government a list of three Chinese companies, one has been blacklisted, resulting in its disqualification for the project.
“So there has been a technicality because they said there needs to be three. So they need to give us one more to replace the one which has been disqualified,” Tugade said.
https://www.philstar.com/business/20...MFFErJYWtW1.99
Subic-Clark cargo rail line construction seen starting in early 2020, DoTr says
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THE China-funded Subic-Clark Railway Project is set to begin construction by the first half of 2020, the transportation department said.
Transportation Secretary Arthur P. Tugade said last week the Philippines may receive from China the shortlist of contractors for the cargo train project within the month. From this list, the government will choose, through a competitive bidding process, the firm that will build the project.
Mr. Tugade said the auction may be finished before the year ends.
“We are expected to commence the process wherein we will be able to connect cargo operations between Clark and Subic by rail… by the first quarter next year earliest, or at the latest, second quarter,” he said.
Because the P50.03-billion Subic-Clark railway is financed through a China loan, the Philippines is required to select a contractor from a list of three Chinese nominees.
https://www.bworldonline.com/subic-c...020-dotr-says/
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Old August 13th, 2019, 12:14 PM   #94
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Yes! Sea Freight to Subic, and Air Freight to Clark. Once the rail goes all the way to Laguna, we can become another logistics hub!
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Old August 13th, 2019, 02:30 PM   #95
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I want that to extend up to Mariveles.

That portion of Subic to Mariveles is a mountanous and sea scenery
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Old August 15th, 2019, 05:33 AM   #96
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The Pan Philippine National Highway Bisected and divided the entire archipelago... The promotion of cars as the number 1 mode of transport increases the reliance on Petroleum... which causes pollution that bring illnesses resulting to hospitalisation which require expensive medications...

Cars... Petroleum... Pollution... Illness... Hospitalisation... Expensive Medications....

Who benefits from this? American Run Oil Companies, American Automobiles, American Drug Companies...

the Railways which could be run by electricity... which could be powered by Geothermal, Hydroelectric, Solar or Wind Powered... Alternative Sources of Energy should be developed...

Continuous Railway Lines... Mass Transport... Alternative Energy Sources... Less Pollution... Heathier People...

PLanning of calling oneself as La Grande Imperatrice...
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