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1. 1. 1. Mission
Goal: To furnish an efficient and convenient transportation system.

To provision of competent and comfortable facilities for all the users.

1. 1. 2. Individual Identity
Goal: To improve the means of accessibility for elders users and those with physical disabilities.
Objective: To provide facilities (paratransit) for persons with disabilities and the elders.

1. 1. 3. Interaction/Privacy
Goal: To improve mobility and connectivity for people and freight.

To provide competent facilities for transfer of passengers and goods.

Goal: To promote safety and privacy.

Objective: To have security elements and personnel within areas and offices intended for business transaction.

1. 1. 4. Prime Activities
Goal: To provide a convenient flow of activities based on the users action.

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To segregate of areas and offices with different functions.


Goal: To furnish a safe and secure transportation system for all users.
Objective: To provide security personnel/elements and full supervision of the area and by considering some of design guidelines on how to achieve a safe
and sound structure.

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Goal: To boost the economic and tourism aspect of Naga City.


To provide job opportunities to residents and income generating structures and actions.

1. 1. 7. Segregation
Goal: To utilize proper land use and zoning of the city.
Objective: To consider the basic guidelines and regulations of Naga City.

1. 1. 8. Efficiency
Goal: To provide an efficient transportation that is aesthetically pleasing to help spur the economic and tourism development of the city.
Objective: To have accessibility-based planning that recognizes quality of transport options and transport network connectivity.

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Priority of Relationship

Goal: To improve the social interaction to all the users.

Objective: To have an application of social oriented design in some specific areas/facilities.

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Bias on Site Elements

Provide the following:
Paths Pathway width should be sufficient to allow at least two wheelchair users to pass each other.
Edges Ramps, dropped kerbs or sloping grounds should be used to connect changes in level, in addition to steps and stairs, if any.
Districts Always identifiable from the inside, they are also used for exterior reference if visible from the outside.
Nodes Identify the connection routes from road, pavement, footbridge and subway at various directions.
Consider connection from major transportation drop-off and for pedestrian access.
Consider vehicular access from the public street to the carpark or loading/unloading facility.
All accessible routes should be connected to a major entrance of the facility.
Integrate or segregate the accessible routes for different user groups as appropriate.

Landmark objects can assist at wayfinding decision points.
Examples of landmarks include a sculpture, a wall painting, a tree or planting, or a water feature.

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Environmental Response

Incorporate the use of sustainable planning to help reduce the carbon footprint and conserve resources within the district, city-wide, and across the region
through provision of storm water retention, reclamation, and reuse.

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Efficient Land Use

To encourage efficient land use, meet future land needs to the year 2020, and to maintain land use designations appropriate for the character of the city by
the use of land use designation and property zoning techniques, and by encouraging the use of energy-efficient design and energy-saving technology and
methods for all buildings within the city.

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Community Relations

To promote interactions with the people constituting the environment it operates in and draws resources from, to foster mutual understanding, trust, and
support by creating a design that promote connections and designated points where people can gather and interact with each other therefore boosting
community relations.

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Community Improvements

To retain and increase employment, shopping, tourism, and living opportunities by improving the physical state and visual aesthetic of public and private
property and buildings and through providing right roads and routes to improve conditions for walking, cycling, and accessibility.

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Physical Comforts

To attain habitability of comfort in the home environment by providing an enclosure, serving as a refuge from the outside world; by providing space
dimensioned according to the needs of whoever will inhabit it; by having furniture that adequately fills this space; by providing thermal comfort; by being
attentive to the arrangement of the space; by expressing the identity of whoever inhabits it; preserves the memory of the family that resides in it, and lastly
is the family dwelling.

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Life Safety

Objectives are the following:

Plan for Fire Protection

Planning for fire protection for a building involves systems approach that enables the designer to analyze all of the building's components as a total building
fire safety system package.
Protect Occupant Safety and Health
Some injuries and illnesses are related to unsafe or unhealthy building design and operation. These can usually be prevented by measures that take into
account issues such as indoor air quality, electrical safety, fall protection, ergonomics, and accident prevention.
Natural Hazards Mitigation
Including repairing damaged buildings and infrastructure, from the impacts of hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, and other natural disasters. A significant
percentage of this amount could be saved the buildings properly anticipated the risk associated with major natural hazards.

Provide Security for Building Occupants and Assets

Effective secure building design involves by implementing countermeasures to deter, detect, delay, and respond to attacks from human aggressors. It also
provides for mitigating measures to limit hazards to prevent catastrophic damage and provide resiliency should an attack occur.
Resilience relates to the design, construction, and operation of buildings and infrastructures that are resilient to natural and man-made disasters.
Information Sensitivity
Occupant Emergency Plans should be developed for building Operations staff and occupants to be able to respond to all forms of attacks and threats.
Building Information Modeling (BIM) can be a useful tool for building security.

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Social/Psychological Environment

To motivate one to be more effective in academia, in the community, and in the workforce by integrating environmental factors such as HVAC,
illumination, color, art, and ergonomics into the unconscious mind, so that one's perception is positive.

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The design should imply its distinction from other things, its recognition as a separable entity.
The object must have some meaning for the observer, whether practical or emotional.
The image must include the spatial or pattern relation of the object to the observer and to other objects.

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Information counters should be at a prominent location near the entrance.

Internal layout for public facilities should be able to communicate itself to orient visitors with a sense of direction within the space.
Provide sufficient directional signage at prominent locations.
Landmark objects can assist at wayfinding decision points.
Allow ancillary lighting for good visibility of the signage at night time.
Signage should be pictorial in addition to words and letters, and should be easy to comprehend.

Signage should have contrasting colors and be eye-catching.

Words and letters should be of suitable size and color for good legibility.
Adequate maps and directories, with graphical and text display, braille and audio types, at both entrances and inside spaces can help users to recognize
their present position and assist in orientation and wayfinding.

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Projected Image

The structure should be flexible; parts were connected one to the other, but in a loose and flexible manner.
The image of the whole design should be well formed, distinct, and remarkable; it would invite the eye and the ear to greater attention and participation.
The sensuous grasp upon such surroundings would not merely be simplified, but also extended and deepened.

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Client Expectations

Integration of universal design issues as normal design standards should be communicated to the client for better understanding and management.
Early dialogue between the designer, the client, the users and the maintenance agent would facilitate implementation of universal design.

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1. 3. 1. Extent of Funds
To attract investments in infrastructure and have an improved institutional and regulatory environment for the infrastructure sector, including the separation
of the operational and regulatory functions of sector agencies through encouraging PPPs through improving the procedures and processes for project
approval and implementation; and by seeking for the help of ADB loan in the civil works for the project, equipment, and consulting services that will
finance the direct and indirect costs, interest, and other charges during construction; and consulting services for the development partners to extend their
assistance to a range of programs aimed at addressing key issues in the road subsector.

1. 3. 2. Cost Effectiveness
To recognize the need for the coordination and integration of infrastructure initiatives at all levels of government through enhancing capacity for managing
construction quality and support applied research for evaluating performance and cost effectiveness in road works, including preparation of manuals and
guidelines for post-evaluation of infrastructure projects.

1. 3. 3. Maximum Return
To implement the national accounting system and related controls by strengthening internal controls and monitoring the whole financial management
system, consultant services for internal audit capacity building, and computer hardware and software.

1. 3. 4. Return of Investment
To see if there will be return expenditure of money or effort for future benefits through calculating the return in the first year of implementation of all
present structures in the development.

1. 3. 5. Maintenance and Operational Costs

To foster transparency and accountability through stakeholders participation being encouraged in governance, monitoring, and provision of feedback on
infrastructure development.

1. 3. 6. Life Cycle Costs

To provide productive employment opportunities to facilitate inclusive growth that will result in a safe, secure, efficient, viable, competitive,
dependable, integrated, environmentally sustainable and people-oriented Philippine transportation system. To optimize resources and investments and

improved project planning, development, implementation and synchronization of planning and budgeting by making sure the materials that will be used
are in the degree of excellence, especially in terms of their strength like capacity to grasp different kind of natural hazards.

1. 3. 7. Sustainability
To expand and upgrade technology infrastructure by allowing cost-effective and efficient implementation of business processes.

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To ensure that the expected changes will occur in the next 5, 10, 15, and 20 years, after the projects implementation and to find ways to always monitor
the alterations of project implementation covering physical progress, technical, and institutional matters by monitoring the projects status on a semiannual
basis, discussed with the partners. The private and public partners shall conduct regular reviews in whatever changes may occur.

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Occupancy Date

To obtain fast construction and effective by making sure that as much as possible, the project schedule will be followed without postponement or hindrances.

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Availability of Funds

To provide initial operating and advisory support for the newly established nongovernment association of road user, citizen, and nongovernment
stakeholders by being in accordance of ADBs finance plan, ordinary capital resources to help fund the project. The loan will have a 30-year term, including
a grace period of five years, an interest rate determined with ADBs offered rate (based lending facility), and a commitment fee on the undisbursed amount
of the loan. The Local Government will provide ADB the reasons for it decision to borrow on the basis of terms and conditions, and an undertaking that
these choices were its own independent decision and not made in reliance on any communication on ADB. In addition, addressing the issues of insufficient
financing for road maintenance, weak institutional capacity of road subsector institutions, and low productivity in road administration.