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About PPP

 CALA Expressway - Cavite Side  

 NAIA Expressway -  Phase II  

 CLEx Phase I, Tarlac Cabanatuan

 CLEx Phase II, Cabanatuan - San Jose

 Calamba - Los Baños Expressway

 CALA Expressway - Laguna Side  

 C-5/FTI/Skyway Connector  

 C-6 Expressway - North Section

 C-6 Expressway - Remaining South Section

 C-6 Extension (Laguna de Bay Flood Control Dike Expressway)

 NLEx East/ La Mesa Parkway  

 NLEx-SLEx Link Expressway

 R-7 Expressway

 SLEx Extension (to Lucena City) 

 Daang Hari - SLEx Link 

 

Project Screening and Selection of Priority Projects
Recommended Types of  PPP schemes
Other  DPWH PPP Projects under Development
Water Supply and Sanitation Policy under PPP Being Developed
Master Plan for High Standard Highways/ Expressways for PPP

Expressways in Operation and Under Construction/Planning

Existing and Proposed Expressways :200 Km Sphere of Metro Manila

 

PPP Contact Information

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Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Center

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Request for Expression of Interest (REOI) advertisement from interested firm applicants to the Asian Development Banks (ADB's) Capacity Building Technical Assistance (CTDA)

(this link will direct you to the ADB's Consulting Services Recruitment Notice Website)

 

Overview

 

Infrastructure development for our country remains of critical importance to regain and sustain high economic growth, improve the social living standards of the people and remove the bottlenecks to international commerce and investment.  The new administration recognizes the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) as an approach to invest resources for adequate road infrastructure. The Government has less resources to invest on Expressways.  DPWH will undertake the reforms needed to create a more conducive environment for private business and help generate many more bankable projects.

 

PPP describes a government service or private business venture which is funded, constructed and operated through a partnership between the government and the private sector.  To make PPP projects more attractive to the private investors, the government contributions are in kind.  These include provision of capital subsidy; provision of revenue subsidies, including tax breaks; provision of guaranteed annual revenues for a fixed period or transfer of existing assets.  The private party provides a public service or project and assumes substantial financial, technical and operational risks in the project.

 

The Project Management Office – Build-Operate-Transfer (PMO-BOT) is tasked to handle PPP projects in the Department.  The Office has come up with a short and long list of priority PPP projects proposed for implementation.  These priority projects are the outputs of the on-going JICA-assisted Preparatory Survey for Public-Private Partnership Infrastructure Development Project in the Philippines.   

 

EXISTING SITUATION IN METRO MANILA AND NEARBY AREAS

>>   Arterial road network which is composed of 6 circumferential and 10 radial roads was proposed in the late 1960s.  All radial roads are already completed; however, development of circumferential roads are still incomplete;
>>   Three expressways, namely NLEX, SLEX with Skyway over it and the Manila-Cavite Toll Expressway, are presently functioning individually and expressways are not formed as a network yet;
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Heavy traffic  is the norm in Metro Manila; and

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Travel speed in most major roads in Metro Manila is quite low at less than 20 km/hr. It is even less than 10 km/hr in some major roads including Aguinaldo Highway in Cavite Province.

 

 
 

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   PROJECTS FOR IMPLEMENTATION IN 2011

  1. NAIA Expressway (Phase II) 
  2. NLEx-SLEx Link Expressway (Unsolicited Proposal)
  3. Daang Hari - SLEx Link 

 

PPP Pipeline of Projects for Implementation

in the Medium Term

(For Bidding Beyond 2011)

 

27.5

PhP 11.79 B

(US$ 262 Million)

14.3

PhP 7.00 B

(US$ 155.56 M)

3 C-5/FTI/Skyway Connector

6.8

PhP 5.64 B

(US$ 125.33 M)

50.0

PhP 40.4 B

(US$ 897.78 M)

43.6

PhP 18.59 B

(US$ 413.11 M)

6.  Central Luzon Expressway (CLEx) - Phase I, Tarlac-Cabanatuan

28.2

PhP 11.50 B

(US$ 255.56 M)

35.7

PhP 11.81 B

(US$ 262.44 M)

47.8

PhP 9.5 B

(US$ 211.11 M)

9 Calamba – Los Baños Expressway

15.5

PhP 5.9 B

(US$ 131.11 M)

10.  R-7 Expressway

16.1

PhP 23.98 B

(US$ 532.89 M)

11. NLEx East/ La Mesa Parkway

103.0

PhP 38.8 B

(US$ 862.22 M)

Total

388.50

 

PhP 187.30 B

(US $ 4,162.22 M)

 

Other DPWH PPP Projects

(For Implementation in the Medium Term)

  1. C-6 Expressway (Global City Link) - North Section

       Kennon O&M

       Dalton Pass East Alignment

       Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Toll Expressway (TPLEX)

       School Buildings

 

 

 

 

 
 
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