Projects include the Iloilo City traffic handbook and the intelligent traffic system
According to Engr. Ray Macalalag, the procurement process and budget season prevent them from ensuring the timely implementation of road projects
Local artist Dumay Solinggay and her merry bunch have started yarnbombing Session Road, making the cold city warmer
Phoenix goes up 2-0 while Alaska's losing streak continues
The province of Iloilo, home to 1.81 million people, records nearly 5,000 road crash incidents in the first half of 2017
Sign up if you want to join the #SaferRoadsPH activity at the Nursing Review Center, University of San Agustin, in Iloilo City on July 22 from 12 pm to 5 pm
NLEX and Phoenix defeat KIA and Alaska, respectively, on the opening day of the season-ending conference
A police report said a military armor personnel carrier, a Simba, bumped a Toyota Hi Ace and sideswiped a motorcycle while it was overtaking a trailer truck.
The NEDA chief, however, says it is not a priority because they will focus on projects that can be finished within President Rodrigo Duterte's term
Today's modern cars come equipped with a host of features to keep road users safe
Only time will tell the impact of such sweeping policies on growth, inflation, and unemployment. But before they cause any irreversible damage to our economy, their rationale and effectiveness should not escape scrutiny today.
Raul Lambino will replace Jose Mari Ponce, CEZA administrator since 2004
One of the main reasons given for the decline is a slowdown in growth in China, where incomes over the outlook period are projected to flatline, driving down spending on foodstuffs
20 Filipino government employees will take post-graduate courses in Japan's leading universities like Kobe University, Meiji University, and Nagoya University
The veteran coach also thinks the Gilas’ spacing, timing and execution were better than the previous tune-up game
The breakthrough caps 4 years of talks and comes on the eve of a G20 meeting in Germany at which Trump is expected to defend his protectionist stance on trade
The National Economic and Development Authority projects a moderate inflation rate for the rest of 2017, thanks to lower fuel prices
The bill seeks to declare ATM skimming as a 'crime of economic sabotage'
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With government consumption and investment growth somewhat weaker, the World Bank lowers its forecast for the Philippines in 2017
The Iloilo city government temporarily suspends the enforcement of the speed limit ordinance
Another opposition lawmaker, Ifugao Representative Teddy Baguilat Jr, says the President is too preoccupied with the drug war that he forgets his other promises
MMDA spokesperson Celine Pialago says that no mayor has reached out to them to oppose the plan
For majority of the approved infrastructure projects, the mode of financing is changed from public-private partnership (PPP) to official development assistance (ODA)
The President can no longer take the backseat. The executive and legislative are in a deadlock over tax reform, Dutertenomics' financing hanging in the balance.
Safe Kids Worldwide Philippines aims to raise awareness of road safety in schools and in homes
The P2.67-billion Chico River Pump Irrigation Project is seen to boost the country's agricultural production, but some tribes fear that it will adversely affect their communities
As the Philippines marks National Safe Kids Week this third week of June, advocates are calling for stronger government and civil society action to protect children’s lives on the road
Instead of protecting riders from accidents – the purpose of a 2009 law – helmets have become the criminals' protection, Morong's municipal administrator says
The revised rules of the law have been published, says the Department of Transportation, paving the way for implementation
Lee and two younger children of revered founding leader Lee Kuan Yew have been attacking each other on Facebook and international media for days as a dispute over the patriarch's estate became public
Banning texting while driving, or even just holding a phone? See how other countries impose rules to deter distracted drivers from going behind the wheel.
(UPDATED) The Department of Transportation redefines the much criticized 'line of sight' as it releases the new implementing rules and regulations of the Anti-Distracted Driving Act
Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto Pernia says the Marawi siege and the Resorts World Manila attack will not have lasting impact on tourism and the economy as a whole
Eufronio Torrado recalls the harrowing crash that left him and his wife with injuries, and medical bills amounting to over P300,000
Under the Philippine Development Plan 2017-2022, PH's agriculture and mining industry cater to foreign economies while its people look for jobs abroad, according to IBON Foundation
In Rappler's #SaferRoadsPH forum, a motorcycle rider points out there aren't enough signs for ongoing road works, posing risks to motorists
Tuguegarao residents are not used to crossing pedestrian lanes because there aren't too many of them, to begin with
A Tuguegarao City councilor raises security concerns on the use of motorcycle helmets by criminals
With Cagayan Valley having the highest crash density rate nationwide, local officials say there's a need to step up efforts for road safety
Road safety trends as Rappler hosts a forum in Cagayan Valley, the region with the highest road crash density rate in the Philippines
The Export-Import Bank of Korea (KEXIM) offers concessional loans and a knowledge-driven program that will enable South Korea to share its successes and failures to the Philippines
Aguirre says they will investigate the supposed lack of signages near the room where Resorts World guests and employees died due to suffocation
Local officials say extra precaution is needed in Cagayan Valley's crash-prone roads, with the region's topography and road conditions affecting road safety
'After some time, your own excuses of blaming me for every catastrophe that befalls this administration just won't wash with the public anymore,' Senator Leila de Lima tells Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II
Central Luzon has the highest number of crash-related deaths in 2014, but if numbers are divided by population, Cagayan Valley comes out as the most crash-prone.
With no comprehensive, national database on road crash numbers, Rappler relied on different government agencies for data. But each dataset has its own limitations
Secretary Aguirre is inclined to reverse his predecessor's legal opinion in 2014 which took away from the Bureau of Fire Protection the regulation over casinos
The Department of Labor and Employment says House Technology Industries violated labor and safety standards, contrary to the findings of the Philippine Economic Zone Authority
Cavs or Warriors? Guiao shares his 2017 NBA Finals prediction.