Set to be completed in August 2018, the two additional stations are designed to accommodate 80,000 more passengers daily during the first 5 years of operations
China has the world's largest high-speed railway network. The Philippines, meanwhile, is hoping to get aid to boost its infrastructure.
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The promised funds from China and Japan have led the Philippine government to call off some big PPP bids, but the private sector still has a big role to play in infrastructure projects
A railway connecting the cities of Davao, Surigao, and Cagayan de Oro as well as a subway linking Quezon City, Mandaluyong, Pasig, and Taguig are part of the government's basket of solutions to address the country's poor infrastructure
The partnership is for the development of a $166-million, 38-storey office building in Cebu
The 38-kilometer railway, which promises a safe, speedy, and sustainable mode of transportation, is expected to begin construction in 2019, with operations eyed between 2021 and 2022
Another project that could be given the green light to start procurement is the Panay-Guimaras-Negros bridge that is estimated to cost P21.67 billion
The SBMA chief wants the financing of the proposed multi-modal coastal highway to be under the Philippine-China Framework of Cooperation
The country's first subway, a massive Northern Mindanao railway, and a Tutuban-Sorsogon train system are just some of the infrastructure projects the Philippine government plans to fund via official development assistance (ODA) from China
(UPDATED) Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno says the Tutuban-Sorsogon railway will now be financed through official development assistance (ODA) from China or Japan
(UPDATED) The board, chaired by President Rodrigo Duterte, also discusses guidelines for processing China-assisted infrastructure projects
Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III says the Philippines will ask China to designate and accredit Chinese companies which can bid for infrastructure projects
The MOUs with Chinese companies, one of them banned by the World Bank, are still subject to 'public hearings and necessary processes,' says Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella
(UPDATED) But the Bases Conversion Development Authority (BCDA) clarifies that the memoranda signed with these Chinese companies are only meant for 'feasibility studies'
Despite dismay over traffic, Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez still praises President Rodrigo Duterte for his overall performance during his first 100 days in office
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The south line of the North-South Railway, set to connect Metro Manila and Bicol, also awaits NEDA board approval in September
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The proposed 2,000-kilometer Mindanao-wide railway is currently undergoing a feasibility study
Japan's P110-billion loan for the Malolos-Tutuban railway 'is one of the biggest Japanese yen loans ever'
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The RMT union calls the strike to protest plans to downgrade the role of the conductor on Southern Trains, causing cancellations across the network
Putting in more railways is important but should not be the priority because they take time, says transportation expert Rene Santiago
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He tells Filipino businessmen, 'Can you match the offer? Because if you cannot match the offer, I will accept the goodwill of China'
As the problems snowballed, and the administration remained quiet on telling people what it’s doing, Filipinos have become too angry to appreciate the reforms that, to them, are too little, too late
The beep cards used on the MRT3 and LRT Lines 1 and 2 may now be reloaded at select Bayad Center outlets
Trains will now run once a day in either direction from Friday through Sunday
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MPIC will compete head-to-head with the Ayala-Aboitiz partnership for the most expensive public-private partnership to date: a $3.78-B railway
Where would he get the funds for such an expensive project? One option, he says, is China.
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Being the site for the common station of North-South Railway project, Tutuban Center will be strategic for property developer Ayala Land
The new train is part of the MRT3 expansion project, set to be completed in January 2017
The chief of Peregrine Development International Incorporated says the claim about the need for high-speed rail to service Clark International Airport is 'folklore'
The Senate subcommittee says its findings should be submitted to the Ombudsman, the justice department, and the Civil Service Commission for appropriate action against erring officials
The China Railway Engineering Corporation says it would build parts of above-rail sections in the 400-kilometer Tehran-Isfaham high-speed train project
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'This is a (sign of) major cooperation between Indonesia and China,' says the Indonesian president
The ground breaking will take place on January 21 in Walini Plantation, West Java, one of the station stops on the Jakarta-Bandung railway
Minor rehabilitation deals such as new ventilation fans are now a big deal to frazzled passengers
Tests have started on the 2nd coach imported from China – part of the DOTC's project to increase the MRT's capacity to serve over 800,000 passengers daily
The Light Rail Transit Authority paid employees over P400M from 2007 to 2011, while it entered into questionable deals with contractors that did not deliver
Although Indonesia has offered Japan a consolation prize through other projects, the decision showed that China’s approach toward developing countries in economic cooperation and investment could prove irresistible
The report comes after Japan failed to win a high-speed train deal in Indonesia earlier this year, losing out to a Chinese proposal
This marks the largest loan package of the Japanese government to a development partner
The Japanese Embassy says the Tutuban-Malolos railway aims to 'ease serious traffic congestion'