David Asteraki

Director KPMG Australia

Project Objectives
National Development Reduction of Traffic Congestion Efficiency of Travel Investment Opportunity
• Support national development policy and provide efficient transport facilities for the Ecozones in Cavite and Laguna • Particularly in Governor’s Drive, Aguinaldo Highway, and Sta. Rosa – Tagaytay Road, which are heavily congested

• Reduce travel time from CAVITEX to SLEX by about 45 minutes

• Improve the competitiveness of Region IV-A/ CALABARZON as an investment destination.
From: CALAx Information Memorandum

High Standard Highway Priority List
Project
NLEx-SLEx Link Expressway

Length (km)
13.4

CALA Expressway
C-5/FTI/Skyway Connector Road NAIA Expressway (Phase II) C-6 Expressway (Global City Link) CLEx SLEx Extension (to Lucena City) Calamba-Los Baños Expressway

47.0
3.0 4.9 66.5 63.9 47.8 15.5

From: Previous DPWH Presentation

High Standard Highway Master Plan Priority Shortlist
• NLEx-SLEx Connector

• CALA Expressway
• C-5/FTI/Skyway Connector Road • C-6 Expressway

From: CALAx Information Memorandum

Project Description
47 Km 4-lane tolled expressway from CAVITEX  to SLEX
Private Sector to finance, design, construct, operate and maintain the entire expressway PPP Scheme is still BuildTransfer-Operate Concession Period is still 35 years, including period of design and construction

From: CALAx Information Memorandum

8 Grade Separated Interchanges
• Kawit IC (CavitEx) • Opened Canal Service Road IC • Governor’s Drive IC • Silang IC • Silang East IC • Sta. Rosa – Tagaytay Road IC • Laguna Boulevard IC • Techno Park IC

From: CALAx Information Memorandum

Technical Details / Design Standards
Length Lanes Lane Width Median Width Inner Shoulder Width Outer Shoulder Width ROW Interchanges Structures Design Speed Roughness Index 47 KM 4 Lanes 3.5 meters per lane 1.2 meters 1 meter 2.5 meters 60 meter wide ROW through generally flat terrain. 8 grade separated changes 12,207 meters - total length of bridges inclusive of 4,618 km of viaduct 100 kph 2.5
From: CALAx Information Memorandum

Estimated Project Cost
Private Sector Costs (Detailed Engineering Design Cost, Civil Works, and Other Investment Costs) Government Sector Costs (Land Acquisition (ROW) & RAP Implementation Cost and 50% of IC cost for DED and CS)

Component

Amount (in Millions)
25,224.74

10,201.11

TOTAL

35, 425.85

From: CALAx Information Memorandum

Bidding Parameters
The Bidding Parameters may be one of the following: Lowest Toll Rate

Highest NPV of Concession Payments
• Timeline of payment is flexible

Highest Annual Concession Payment
• Fixed payment schedule
From: CALAx Information Memorandum

Schedule
13 Aug 2013 • Market Sounding 16 Aug 2013 • Pre-Qualification Conference 23 Sep 2013 • Pre-Qualification Document Submission 27 Sep 2013 • ITB Issuance

11 Oct 2013 • Pre-Bid Conference

27 Dec 2013 • Bid Submission

3 January 2014 • Notice of Award Issuance

Residential, Traffic, and Ecozone Data

Michael Arcatomy H. Guarin
Partner KPMG Manabat Sanagustin & Co., CPAs

Region (CALABARZON) Statistics
8,264,000 63.90 89.4 10.6 14.6
Laguna Php 249,092
• Population 15 Years Old and Above (Minimum Working Age) • Labor Participation Rate
2013 NSO Data

• Employment Rate • Unemployment Rate • Underemployment Rate

Average Annual Family Income Cavite Php 282,606

2009 NSO Data

Population and Volume
• The following pie charts display the total population of Laguna and Cavite provinces. • Highlighted are the cities that are within about 10 kilometers from the proposed CALAx site.
– Those that are bold are within about 5 kilometers.

Laguna Population
City of Biñan - 283,396 City of Santa Rosa - 284,670 Cabuyao - 248,436 San Pedro - 294,310 Population of cities within about 10 km - 1,110,812 Laguna Total - 2,669,847
Bold Italics - Within About 5 km of CALAx Otherwise - Within about 10 km
2010 NSO Census Data

Laguna Volume
Biñan Vehicles
120,000 100,000 80,000 60,000 40,000 20,000 0

Trailers Motorcycles Buses Trucks SUV Utility Vehicles Car 2009 2010

This graph displays the vehicle quantity in the City of Biñan, which is within about 5 kilometers of CALAx.

Based on DPWH Technical Feasibility Study Report

Cavite Population
Bacoor - 520,216 City of Dasmariñas - 575,817 Gen. Trias - 243,322 Imus 301,624 Kawit - 78,209 Silang - 213,490 Carmona - 74, 986 Cavite City - 101,120

Population of cities within about 10 km- 2,674,569 Cavite Total - 3,090,691
Bold Italics - Within About 5 km of CALAx Otherwise - Within about 10 km
Total - 2,674,569 Cavite Total - 3,090,691

Gen. Mariano Alvarez - 138,540 Noveleta - 41,678 Rosario -92,253 Tanza 188,755 Trece Marites City (Capital) - 104,559
2010 NSO Census Data

Cavite Volume
Imus Vehicles
90,000 80,000 70,000 60,000 50,000 40,000 30,000 20,000 10,000 0

Trailers Motorcycles Buses Trucks SUV Utility Vehicles Car 2009 2010

These graphs display the vehicle quantity in the City of Imus (within 5 kilometers)

Based DPWH Technical Feasibility Study Report

Cavite Volume
Cavite City Vehicles
50,000 40,000 30,000 20,000 10,000 0

Trailers Motorcycles Buses Trucks SUV Utility Vehicles Car 2009 2010

These graphs display the vehicle quantity in the City of Cavite (within 10 kilometers)

Based DPWH Technical Feasibility Study Report

Economic Zones
CALAx will benefit approximately 27 Eco Zones.
There are an additional 12 Eco Zones within Cavite and Laguna that are not close to CALAx.
Total Economic Zone Hectares Being Developed Operating Manufacturing EcoZone IT Parks/Center Manufacturing EcoZone IT Parks/Center Tourism Cavite 1,023.43 0 301.79 38.36 68.12 Laguna 677.07 55.28 0 16.5 8.01
From: Philippine Economic Zone Authority

Residential Areas
The following residential areas and projects are extremely close to CALAx and may be overlapping
CavitEx - Open Canal Road Open Canal Road - Governor's Drive Governor's Drive - Aguinaldo Highway Aguinaldo Highway - Silang East Silang East - Sta. Rosa-Tagaytay Road Sta.Rosa-Tagaytay Road - Laguna Blvd. Laguna Blvd. – TechnoPark TechnoPark – SLEX Tramo-Bantayan, Gahak, Tabon I, Tocling, Philhomes, Subdivision, Lakersfield Subdivision Pasong Camachile 2, Sunny Brooke 1, Sunny Brooke 2, Maravilla, Barangay San Francisco First Cavite Industrial Estate (Barangay Lankaan), West Beverly Hills Subdivision, Greenfields Subdivision International Institute for Rural Reconstruction (Silang) Barangay Maguyam Barangay Biñan, Barangay Malamig Barangay Timbao Barangay Carmona

Annual Average Daily Traffic
Average Daily Traffic adjusted for seasonal trends Total Traffic Per Section
CavitEx - Open Canal Road Open Canal Road - Governor's Drive Governor's Drive - Aguinaldo Highway Aguinaldo Highway - Silang East Silang East - Sta. Rosa-Tagaytay Road Sta.Rosa-Tagaytay Road - Laguna Blvd. Laguna Blvd. – TechnoPark TechnoPark – SLEX

2018
11,035 7,646 4,606 7,640 7,438 8,387 7,951 7,788

2020
26,829 19,671 11,691 18,089 17,130 19,541 17,991 17,596

2030
51,406 44,031 27,500 39,084 34,933 45,762 47,359 44,891

Total

62,491

148,538

334,966

From: CALAx Information Memorandum

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