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08/02/16

2 ROADS IN CAR CLOSED DUE TO TROPICAL STORM ‘CARINA’

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  Two (2) road sections in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) are still closed to traffic due to landslide and washed out detour bridge brought by Tropical Storm “Carina”.

The Department of Public Works and Highways-Bureau of Maintenance (DPWH-BOM) reported the impassable roads in CAR as the Abra-Kalinga Road (K0484+700, K0485+100, K0486+980, K0488+200, K0489+800) in Abra which was closed following a landslide, and Kabugao-Pudtol-Luna Road (K0612+961, Nagyadan Section) in Apayao which was closed due to washed out detour road of Nagyadan Bridge No. 2.

Warning signs and barricades are now installed along the affected road sections while clearing operation and backfilling is on-going for the closed and washed out detour roads.

Initial estimated cost of damages from Tropical Storm “Carina” on roads, bridges, and flood-control is at P168 million.
 
 
07/11/16

2 ROAD SECTIONS IN CORDILLERA NOT PASSABLE

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  Two (2) road sections in Benguet and Mountain Province in Cordillera Administrative Region are impassable due to damage caused by continuous heavy rains induced by southwest monsoon referred to as the “habagat” brought by Typhoon Butchoy.

In a report submitted to the Department of Public Works and Highways Head Office, the DPWH – Bureau of Maintenance (DPWH-BOM) identified closed section in Benguet as Asin-Nangalisan-San Pascual Road, K0275+209 (detour road). The detour road was washed out by the strong current brought by flash flood.

In Mt. Province, Junction Talubin-Barlig-Natonin-Paracelis-Calaccad Road, K0386+900 Talubin-Chatol Section is also closed to traffic due to road slip.

DPWH is undertaking emergency construction of detour bridge at the affected road section in Benguet while a temporary bailey bridge is being installed at Talubin-Barlig-Natonin-Paracelis-Calaccad Road in Mountain Province.
 
 
03/23/16

SAFETY RATINGS OF AGOO-BAGUIO ROAD IMPROVES

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  Safety rating of once considered high risk road leading to Baguio City has improved with the integration of engineering countermeasures.

Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Secretary Rogelio L. Singson said that the construction and installation of safety devices at Agoo-Baguio City Road via Marcos Highway was a pilot project under the International Road Assessment Programme (IRAP) demonstration corridor.

Based on result of post construction star rating, the installation of the various road safety elements showed significant improvements with 3 star ratings and greater increase from 2% to 85% for vehicle occupants, 2% to 66% for motorcyclists, 11% to 95% for pedestrians and 5% to 67% for bicyclists

Singson said that the selected national road section based in the previous IRAP survey prior to the engineering intervention yielded 1 to 2 Star Safety Rating and is considered a very high risk road for vehicle occupants, motorcyclists, bicyclists and pedestrians for every 100 meter section.

Pavement and drainage improvement works and installation and construction of road safety devices along Agoo-Baguio City Road via Marcos Highway were funded under the Motor Vehicle Users Charge Fund.

Concrete barriers on curve sections and ravine, construction of concrete roadshoulder, concrete covered canal, downgrading of section where frequent accidents happened, and safety signages installation and thermoplastics painting are cost-effective road safety countermeasures to minimize if not totally prevent death and serious injuries.
 
 
 
 
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