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ASSISTANT REGIONAL DIRECTOR

RD EDILBERTO P. CARABBACAN  ARD NERIE BUENO 

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  (074) 444-3149

   

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  (074) 444-8838/(074) 444-6460

Email Address:

  carabbacan.edilberto@dpwh.gov.ph

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  (074) 444-9168

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10/14/13

DPWH TRAVEL ADVISORY
14 October 2013
As of 11:00AM
LIST OF MAJOR/SECONDARY ROADS AND BRIDGES
Affected by Typhoon “SANTI”
(Source: DPWH Bureau of Maintenance)

CLOSED ROADS/BRIDGES IN REGIONS CAR, I, II, III, V

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  We wish to inform the public that as of 11:00AM of 14 October 2013, thirteen (13) road sections – five (5) in CAR, two (2) in Region II, five (5) in Region III and one (1) in Region V - are not passable to vehicular traffic due to the effects of the recent typhoon “Santi” which caused flood, muddy roads, landslides, fallen trees and electrical post:

Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR)


Province Road Section/Bridge Reason
CORDILLERA ADMINISTRATIVE REGION Apayao
Apayao-Calanasan Rd Km 672+500, Rabaw Section
Benguet
Gurel-Bokod-Kabayan Rd Km 326+329, Duakan Section
Kalinga
Mt Province Boundary-Cagayan Rd Bugnay Section Km 425+310-km 425+910
Kalinga
Mt Province Boundary-Cagayan Rd Bugnay Section Km 425+310-km 425+910
Mountain Province
Jct. Talubin-Barlig-Natonin-Paracelis-Calacad Rd, km 429+434-km464+000, Natonin-Paracelis Section
Due to series of slides

Cagayan Valley (Region II):

Province Road Section/Bridge Reason
REGION II Quirino
Pinaripad Bridge, KO 349+467.931 CDMA Dalamdam-Pinaripad Palacan By Pass Road
Isabela
Sta. Maria Overflow Bridge
Due to washout bridge approach “B”

High water level

Central Luzon (Region III):

Province Road Section/Bridge Reason
Pampanga Pampanga
Secondary Road
a) Baliuag-Candaba-Sta. Ana Rd KO066+500-KO88+300 San Agustin Paliqui, Candaba
b) Sto Tomas-Minalin-Macabebe Rd San Bartolome, Sto Tomas KO88+100-KO88+290
c) Bahay Pare-San Luis-Sto. Domingo Road Km 69+800-km 69+830
d) San Simon-Baliwag Road 62+000-km64+000 San Miguel, San Simon
e) Candaba-San Miguel Rd Km 72+000-km 77+800 Candaba, Pampanga
Muddy Road






Due to flood water

Bicol Region (Region V):

Province Road Section/Bridge Reason
Albay Albay
a) Albay West Coastal Road Dumalagan Section, K0511+020 Libon, Albay
One lane passable:
b) Ligao-Pioduran Road Malama Section, K0520+000 Ligao, Albay
Collapsed roadway caused by road settlement and aggravated by heavy rains in the area.
Collapsed pavement, damaged 18 L.M.


The DPWH Quick Action Team (composed of the concerned Regional and District Engineering Offices) immediately deployed maintenance personnel, with the necessary equipment, on site to clear the affected roads from storm debris, fallen trees and other road obstructions. The needed traffic signs were also installed to pre-warn the motoring public.

For inquiries and concerns, you may reach DPWH (space) message, then send to Text 2920 or Hotline Number 304-3370.
 
 
08/30/13

DPWH TRAVEL ADVISORY
30 August 2013
As of 2:00PM
LIST OF MAJOR/SECONDARY ROADS AND BRIDGES
Affected by Tropical Storm “NANDO” and “HABAGAT”
(Source: DPWH Bureau of Maintenance)

AFFECTED ROAD SECTIONS & BRIDGES
IN REGIONS CAR, II, III

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  We wish to inform the public that as of 2:00PM of 29 August 2013, the following Major/Secondary Roads/Bridges in CAR, Regions II, III are still NOT PASSABLE due to the effects of Tropical Storm “Nando” and “Habagat”:

Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR)


Province Road Section/Bridge Reason
Abra AbraIlocos Norte
K 437+900. Saddle Section
Due to road cut

Cagayan Valley (Region II):

Province Road Section/Bridge Reason
Quirino Pinaripad Br., Km 349+67.93 along Dalemdem – Pinaripad - Palanan Bypass Road Due to washout bridge approach “B”

Central Luzon (Region III):

Province Road Section/Bridge Reason
Pampanga First Baliwag-Candaba Sta. Ana Road
Apalit-Macabebe Masantol Road, Km 59+900 to Km 64+000 San Gabriel to Masantol Proper (hardly passable)
Candaba – San Miguel Road Km 73+050 – Km 76+000 (Paralaya Candaba)
San Simon-Baliwag Road o Km 59+052-Km 59+322 (Sto. Nino-San Simon Rd) o Km 62+000-Km 64+000 (hardly passable to light vehicles)
Sto. Tomas-Minalin-Macabebe Road o Km064+300-Km064+650 (Sapa to San Vicente) o Km065+900-Km-67+000 (San Vicente) o Km067+600-Km067+850 (San Bartolome) (hardly passable to light vehicles)
Due flood water


DPWH, through concerned Regional and District Offices, are still on site, with the necessary equipment and manpower resources, to clear the affected highways from storm debris, fallen trees and other road obstructions – as well as facilitate emergency re-opening of affected roads and bridges. Installed are necessary traffic signs to pre-warn the motoring public.

For inquiries and concerns, you may reach DPWH (space) message, then send to Text 2920 or Hotline Number 304-3370.
 
 
08/27/13

3 ROAD SECTIONS IN BENGUET STILL CLOSED

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  The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) advises the motoring public to avoid three (3) road sections in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR), specifically Benguet-Nueva Vizcaya Road and Acop-Kapangan-Kibungan-Bakun Road in the Province of Benguet, which were affected by the Typhoons that hit the country recently. Per latest situational report – as of 8:00AM of 27 August 2013 from DPWH CAR – maintenance and clearing works are still ongoing due to recurring slides, at Km 271+800, Guesset Section and Km 282+000, Shilan - Beckel Road, Km 282+000) of Benguet Nueva Vizcaya Road; and Km 287+200 Taba-oa Section, Kapangan, Benguet of Acop-Kabayan-Kibungan-Bakun Road in Kapangan, Benguet. DPWH CAR maintenance personnel are deployed with the necessary equipment to clear the affected roads from storm debris, fallen trees and other road obstructions. The needed traffic signs were also installed to pre-warn the motoring public. The DPWH is also monitoring conditions of other national roads for possible effect of the prevailing weather.  
 
01/08/13

PUBLIC WORKS TO UNDERTAKE BAGUIO CITY HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT

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  Baguio City, one of the most popular travel destinations in the Philippines for local and foreign tourists, is poised to have better road facilities that will improve mobility. The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has revealed the plan to undertake improvement of major roads including the rehabilitation and repair of old damaged concrete pavements. Earlier, DPWH Secretary Rogelio L. Singson dispatched a team of engineers from the Central Office to validate the condition of roads and come up with measures to be undertaken based on the criteria of road repairs. Among the recommended road works include re-blocking, preventive maintenance particularly asphalt overlay, instapave surface treatment, and installation of pavement markings and pavement studs for the safety of commuters. With the roads within the Central Business District in Baguio City as among the most busiest particularly on weekends, holidays and during the summer months from April to June, Singson has directed Regional Director Edilberto Carabbacan and Baguio City District Engineer Ireneo S. Gallato to prepare a suitable implementation schedule to minimize travel inconvenience including necessary coordination activities with the local city officials. No less than President Benigno S. Aquino III was among the holiday visitors that flocked to the city to enjoy 'well-deserved' 2012 Christmas break and experienced the nippy weather temperature. The influx of tourists is also anticipated on the forthcoming activities in the city like the month-long “Panagbenga” flower festival in February, PMA Alumni Homecoming and Graduation Rites, and observance of Holy Week. District Engineer Gallato with his technical staff vowed to strictly implement road improvement works based on plans and specifications and will immediately commence activities for bidded projects with the release of corresponding funds. Other than road improvement project, DPWH for 2013 is undertaking the completion of Baguio City Circumferential Road to reduce traffic congestion in the city proper, flood control structure on flood-prone areas, and other road improvements leading to tourism zones with a total budget of P380 Million. These projects were already bid-out in 2012 and post evaluation is presently being performed.  
 
 
 
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