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Roxas City Projects and Constructions

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Pueblo de Panay is the largest, contiguous, master-planned development among the capital cities and towns of Panay Island. Phase 1 of the development (which is more than 130 hectares) is considered to be at the center of the city, being less than 2,000 meters away from the Roxas City fountain, center of old Roxas City or old Pueblo de Capiz.

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Robinsons Place Roxas​

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kahit isang 40 storey tower lang na corporate,that would make change in Roxas city into a metropolitan lifestyle
Grand Breaking and Inaugurations during Capiztahan 2012 April 13 - 15, 2012

1. Ground Breaking of Roxas City Circumferential Road
2. Opening of Geyser Fountain
3. Inauguration of Panublion Museum
4. Inauguration of Capiz Government & Business Center and DILG building
5. Inauguration of Talon Adventure Park
6. Inauguration of People's Park
7. Ground Breaking of the new 300-bed Provincial Hospital
8. Ground Breaking of Robinsons Mall
9. Ground Breaking of Roxas City Transport Terminal
Do we have official photographer from SSC ROXAS? hehehe.
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kahit isang 40 storey tower lang na corporate,that would make change in Roxas city into a metropolitan lifestyle
sounds good :cheers: but impossible :lol:
The New Roxas City Geyser Fountain​

@ k3nny..thanks sir....i dont have idea may another existing thread pa kita gli aside sa Roxas City Airport...:):)
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Roxas City Circumferential Road: Product of leaders’ vision, foresight for a progressive Capiz

Undoubtedly the most ambitious project so far initiated by Capiz leaders belonging to the Liberal Party, the long-overdue P704.2 million Capiz Circumferential Road is finally taking off after two decades or so since it was conceptualized by the late Capiz first district Congressman Gerardo “Dinggoy” Roxas Jr, with the ground –breaking of the project in Barangay Libas on April 13, 2012. To grace the ground-breaking are DPWH Secretary Rogelio Singson, DPWH Regional Director for Western Visayas Evelyn T. Barroso , Transportation Secretary Mar Roxas II and Mrs. Judy Araneta Roxas.
Roxas’ successor, his brother and now Transportation Secretary Mar Roxas ll, and the incumbent Capiz first district Congressman Antonio del Rosario, vigorously pursued the project. The project is now being implemented by the Office of the First Congressional District through the Capiz first engineering district of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) and is being fully supported by Gov. Victor A. Tanco and Roxas City Mayor Angel Alan B. Celino. It was endorsed by the Sangguniang Panlungsod led by Vice Mayor Ronnie T. Dadivas. The private sector is also extending its support and cooperation to make the project a reality. The project, according to engineer Julius Abela, assistant chief of the planning and design section of the DPWH Capiz first district engineering office, spans 19.86 km and aims to provide fast and reliable support transport system between urban centers and depressed rural municipalities, promote tourism, increase economic activities and upgrade the standards of people living in the area.
The project is divided into two sections. Section one starts at Culasi Port passing at the side of Cadimahan River. It crosses the rivers of Cadimahan and Panay and proceeds towards the Ivisan-Roxas City Road.
Section two starts at the junction of the Ivisan-Roxas National Road and eventually connects at the national highway going to Panay town. The project was included in the Medium Term Proposed Infrastructure Program under the Panay Island Road Network Development Project from 2010 to 2012.
The following elements are the major consideration in the evaluation of the circumferential road:
• Function of providing an uninterrupted smooth north-south arterial traffic system from Culasi Port towards the southern exit of Roxas City, bypassing the Central Business District of Roxas City
• The minimum influence of the traffic function at adjacent roads and the lowest impact on the surrounding environment.
Abela said that taking into consideration and the technical appropriateness of the road structure the following summarizes the results of the assessment:
• The diversion road shall function not only as a by-pass road for traffic coming from the Culasi port area, but will also serve as access road by traffic coming from barangays Libas, Dayao and Cagay in going to the pier area and towards the highway existing to Ivisan town;
• The major portion of the diversion road coming from Culasi pier and traversing along Cadimahan River and up to the end of the project road will be causeway-based. At the portion traversing fishponds, cross-drains shall be provided in order that flow of water to the fishpond areas will not be disrupted. The elevation of the causeways shall be 1.50 meters above the highest water level in the fishpond area;
• The road could be expanded into two lane asphalt road in the future and the RROW shall be for four-lane road;
• There are four bridges to be constructed as part of the project. These are Cadimahan River 1 (120 meters); Cadimahan River 2 (50 meters), Panay River 1 (125 meters) and Panay River 2 (70 meters). (Publicity and Promotions Committee, CAPIZtahan 2012)
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P300-M circumferential road launched

PUBLIC Works Secretary Rogelio Singson (3rd from left) leads the groundbreaking of the P300-million circumferential road project in Vista del Rio, Brgy. Libas, Roxas City. With him are (from left) Councilor Powel del Rosario, Gov. Victor Tanco, Sapian Mayor Arturo Orosco (partly hidden), Provincial Board member Jonathan Besa, 1st District Rep. Antonio del Rosario, Culasi Barangay Captain Walter Anisco, and DPWH-6 Regional Director Evelyn Barroso.

ROXAS City — Public Works Secretary Rogelio Singson graced on Friday, April 13, the groundbreaking ceremony of the P300-million circumferential road project here, one of the most ambitious projects in Capiz.
Other officials present in the event were Evelyn Barroso, regional director of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) 6; 1st District Rep. Antonio del Rosario; Gov. Victor Tanco; and other key persons from the provincial, city and municipal governments.
The groundbreaking coincided with the opening day of this year’s CAPIZtahan, the 111th founding anniversary of the province.
Capiz is very fortunate — more funds for infrastructure will be given to the province through Transportation and Communication Secretary Manuel “Mar” Roxas II, Singson said in his speech.
According to Singson, the DPWH is prioritizing the construction of upstream projects due to the effect of climate change.
In Capiz, for instance, where flooding would frequently occur, the department is pushing for projects that will serve as a long-term solution for flood, he stressed.
The late congressman Gerardo “Dinggoy” Roxas Jr. conceptualized the circumferential road.
His brother Mar Roxas, and Del Rosario, vigorously pushed through with the project.
With the full support of both the city and provincial governments, the project is now being carried out by the office of the First Engineering District.
The project is divided into two sections. Section one starts from Culasi port passing by the side of Cadimahan River.
It crosses the rivers of Cadimahan and Panay, and proceeds toward the Ivisan-Roxas City road.
It was included in the medium term proposed infrastructure program under the Panay Island Road Network Development Program for 2010–2012./PN
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naka separate ang bus sa jeepney?

bus term sa left and jeepney term sa right? or vice versa
dapat lang siguro nga hiwalay pre para organized masyado. kalain nga daan tulukon kung simpon ang bus kag jeepneys. maayo lang kung jeepneys paano kng puro tricycle na? :nuts::nuts::nuts::nuts:
dapat lang siguro nga hiwalay pre para organized masyado. kalain nga daan tulukon kung simpon ang bus kag jeepneys. maayo lang kung jeepneys paano kng puro tricycle na? :nuts::nuts::nuts::nuts:
basi may tricycle terminal da bla :lol:
The Galaxy Residences
soon at The Health Centrum Complex


Imagine living in a 2.5 hectare gated and spaceous Mediterranean-inspired residential housing facility, with a choice of 2-bedroom duplex or 3-bedroom loft. Imagine having a swimming pool, and clubhouse that not only provides fine dining and gym/spa facilities but also massage and alternative medicine services like acupuncture and herbal medicine services. Imagine having playground facilities for your grandchildren, and fishing facilities for the family. Imagine this haven to live in, after retiring from your work, situated next to a modern medical center, with easy access to medical/nursing care, as well as trained care givers.

Imagine no more, because all these will be available in The Galaxy long-term rent residential facility, which is part of the Health Centrum Medical Tourism Park. We welcome of course all applicants who wish to rent a residential unit, regardless of age and nationality.
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The New 300-bed Roxas Memorial Provincial Hospital

taken from PIA Capiz

Thank you Gov!!! :banana::banana::banana::banana::banana:
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Roxas City Capiz Updates

Ground Breaking of Robinson Place Roxas
Pueblo de Panay Roxas City

Ground Breaking of Roxas City Public Transport Terminal
Pueblo de Panay Roxas City

Ground Breaking of 300 Bed Capacity Roxas Memorial Provincial Hospital
Capitol Hills, Lanot Roxas City

El Circulo Convention Center
Pueblo de Panay Roxas City

Security Bank Soon to Open on this site
Sacred Heart of Jesus Avenue, Pueblo de Panay Roxas City

credits to sir k3nny
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