Pandemic resulted to reduced toll road traffic, suspended and then reduced light rail services, and decreased commercial and industrial demand for water and power
Things are looking up in the transport industry, one of the engines of growth which the government is banking on to drive the economy through the virus pandemic.
MANILA, Philippines—Toll road operator NLEx Corp. and the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) are accelerating the construction of the NLEx Connector project, a second elevated expressway linking the northern and southern parts of Metro Manila.
THE North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) Corporation announced on Tuesday, January 5, that the construction and completion of three major road projects will continue in 2021.
Toll roads are critical to the development of the economy. Such is the wisdom behind the pursuit of the Build, Build, Build infrastructure program of the government.
A group of five people wanted to start a business, and so they pooled their money to construct their building.
The government is seeking to accelerate the approval of the P22.43-billion Cavite-Tagaytay-Batangas Expressway (CTBEX) proposal of the Metro Pacific Tollways Corp. (MPTC).
A UNIT of Metro Pacific Tollways Corp. (MPTC) has set a target to open the Silang East section of the Cavite-Laguna Expressway (CALAX) project by the first quarter of 2021.
As plans to implement an RFID-only policy before the year ends become all the more inevitable as the government also encouraged cashless transactions in this time of the pandemic
“We are conducting rapid mass testing starting 15 May 2020 for all our people with priority to the frontliners. We will see to it that only those who are cleared by the testing will face our customers. We are all geared towards keeping everyone safe during this health crisis,”