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Bakit TRAFFIC lagi? Ano ang problema? Ano ang pwedeng solusyon?

  • apes Send Message View User Items on January 05, 2015 09:25 AM
    netshark on January 03, 2015 02:16 PM
    Di masama ang traffic. Sign of progress yan. Kung may pera ang tao di mo mapipigilan bumili ng sasakyan. Ang kulang sa atin ay yung MRT's para may alternative para sa mga taong ayaw ng kotse at ayaw makipagsiksikan sa lansangan.


    Gridlock is actually a sign of inefficiency. Instead of building and upgrading skyways, dapat public transit ang unahin

    Progressive countries/cities build and upgrade their public transit first

    To quote Enrique Penalosa
    "An advanced city is not a place where the poor move about in cars, rather its where even the rich use public transportation"

    "A bikeway is a symbol that shows that a citizen on a $30 bicycle is equally important as a citizen on a $30,000 car."

    If were going to talk about transport, I would say that the great city is not the one that has highways, but one where a child on a tricycle or bicycle can go safely everywhere.

    We cannot continue to deceive ourselves thinking that to paint a little line on a road is a bike way. A bicycle way that is not safe for an 8-year old is not a bicycle way."

    "One symbol of lack of democracy is to have cars parked on the sidewalk".


    Very good insight! Makinig tayo sa expert!
  • eto "Beast Mode" andami nyan nagkalat sa kalye natin:


    <click here for link>


    i'm sure bago pa makarating sa kalahati ng video, maba-bad trip ka na and you gonna bleed. garantisado! l0l

    -- edited by unciano4O4 on Jan 15 2015, 08:58 AM
  • Philippines' first subway gets OK from NEDA-ICC
    ABS-CBNnews.com
    Posted at 01/15/2015 9:27 AM | Updated as of 01/15/2015 9:38 AM

    Subway is the most expensive PPP project so far

    MANILA Manila's first subway, along with five other public private partnership projects, has been approved by the Cabinet level NEDA-Investment Coordinating Committee, paving the way for final approval by President Benigno Aquino.

    NEDA deputy-director general Ronaldo Tungpalan said the projects were approved with some conditions but should be presented to the NEDA Board, which is chaired by the President, by early February.

    The 6 projects approved by NEDA-ICC are:
    1. Fort Bonifacio-Makati-SM Moa subway
    2. Manila-Legazpi-Calamba railway
    3. Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union expressway (TPLEX)
    4. Motor Vehicle Inspection project
    5. Bureau of Fire project
    6. Civil Registry project

    The subway from Fort Bonifacio to Makati to SM Mall of Asia is the government's biggest PPP project at P374 billion.

    <click here for link>

  • eto "Beast Mode" andami nyan nagkalat sa kalye natin:

    <click here for link>



    wag lahatin. lol


    The subway from Fort Bonifacio to Makati to SM Mall of Asia is the government's biggest PPP project at P374 billion.


    tuwid na daan..
  • sabi ng mga news reporters napaka disiplinado ng crowd sa mga dinadaan ni Pope Francis.

    Sakin kaya naman maging disiplinado bakit hindi everyday.

    baka pag may nagababantay lang majority tayo disiplinado.
  • ^ I also think so.

    Naturally, hindi disiplinado ang mga tao, so kailangan may mag bantay kahit sa simula hanggang masanay.

    This time, ginagawa daw ng gobyerno ang dapat nila gawin dahil nahihiya kay Pope. Hindi daw kinukurakot ng mga pulitiko ang budget at talagang ginagawa ang trabaho nila.

    Isa itong halimbawa na malaki talaga ang factor ng authorities para maayos ang mga bagay bagay sa lansangan. Kaya naman eh, ayaw lang gawin talaga. Kaya hindi mo masisisi ang mga tao kapag gobyerno ang tinuturo nila pag may problema sa trapiko.

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