The Philippine president prefers a Swiss challenge for government projects, but the law says not all deals are eligible for that mode of implementation
The station linking the MRT7, MRT3, and LRT1 lines is targeted for completion in two and half years, according to the Department of Transportation
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The coveted project has seen 3 transportation secretaries come and go. Finally, the construction will start on September 29.
At a recent government forum Jaime Zobel De Ayala and Teresita Sy Coson share a light hearted moment over the common station that their firms argued over for nearly 8 years
A visibly peeved Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez tells DOTr officials they must pay for the penalties out of their own pockets should they fail to complete the common station by 2019
But the Senate committee wants someone to be held liable for the P200 million naming rights contract of SM Prime which caused the almost 8 year delay of the project
UPDATED Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez says he prefers the original plan for the common station conceptualized in 2009
Former MRT3 chief Al Vitangcol III claims transportation officials violated the procurement law when they allowed a compromise deal on the common station
Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez says the House of Representatives will review the project to check its cost and find out if it is for the convenience of passengers
It is a P2 8 billion 13 700 square meter project that will connect the LRT1 MRT3 and MRT7
Kintanar a former Ayala executive says he would like to give Tugade a free hand in addressing misconceptions or doubts as to the impartiality and independence of the DOTr
Investors are assured that legal remedies are available and a level playing field is in place to bid for major infrastructure projects