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San Juanico Bridge Undergoes Rehabilitation

The San Juanico Bridge is undergoing repairs, the Department of of Public Works and Highways is making sure the structural integrity of the bridge is good.

MMDA To Resume Number Coding Scheme During Window Hours

The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority is set to reimplement a variant of the Unified Vehicular Volume Reduction Program that would limit the number of vehicles in the National Capital Region.

Flyover Project In Angeles City To Ease Traffic Woes In Pampanga

The third phase of the construction of Cutcut flyover in Angeles City is now in full swing.

Modern Jeepneys To Hit Nueva Ecija Roads

Modern public utility jeepneys will soon hit the roads in Nueva Ecija.

Ilocos Norte Bikers Help Send Poor Kids To School

Ilocos Norte cyclists are back on the road to raise funds that will help send indigent children to school.

DOTr Chief Assures ‘Libreng Sakay’ To Continue Till December

Transportation Secretary Jaime Bautista assured the public that the “Libreng Sakay” program along the Edsa Busway will continue at least until December 31st this year.

DPWH Checks Structural Integrity Of Bridges In Nueva Ecija

The Department of Public Works and Highways inspected the structural integrity of bridges on the major roads in Nueva Ecija.

VP Sara: OVP Libreng Sakay Starts Fruitful Govt-Private Collab

To help ease commuters' expenses amid the pandemic, Vice President Sara Duterte led the simultaneous launching of the Office of the Vice President free rides.

DOTr Boosts Transport Safety Via Line Agencies’ Stronger Mandate

The Department of Transportation will boost the safety of public transportation in the country through the efficient implementation of policies and laws by its existing line agencies.

DOTr Eyes Private Sector Funding Of Former China-Backed Projects

The Department of Transportation is looking into possible partnerships with the private sector to fund three railway projects that were supposed to be backed by China.

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