Republic of the Philippines Department of Public Works and Highways

DPWH PRIORITIES AND STRATEGIES 20102010-2016

By

MARIA CATALINA E CABRAL PhD E. CABRAL,
Assistant Secretary for Planning

OUTLINE • WHERE WE ARE NOW IN ROAD DEVELOPMENT • ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE POLICIES AND STRATEGIES • KEY POLICIES AND STRATEGIES IN FLOOD CONTROL • INSTITUTIONAL POLICY REFORMS • CANDIDATE PPP PROJECTS .

919.16 0.997 0.312 Paved Land 2007 Paved Road Density Road Area Population km/sq km km/1000 Ratio sq km population 0.63 .000 88.Road Densities and Paved Road Ratios in the Philippines and other ASEAN Developing Countries Phili i d th D l i C ti Countries Total Road Length (km) Philippines 205.373 Thailand 201.821.030 Malaysia 64.82 513.356 0.286 0.75 329.50 0.35 330.23 300.15 1.855 Vietnam 153.574.55 0.32 2.991 85.115 65.95 0.614 0.48 1.54 0.500 234.068.15 0.149 0.07 0.497 Indonesia 268.262.693.733 24.

of land km area Overall paved road ratio: low level of 0.Philippine Road Network Overall road network as of December 2009: 206.027 km Road Density : 0.671 km Per square km.23 (due to huge inventory of ‘barangay barangay roads’ or farm to village roads) Road Classification North-South Backbone East-West Lateral Other Road of Strategic Importance Secondary National Road DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS AND HIGHWAYS .

60 0.25 0.Philippine Road Network Total Road Lengths and Paved Road Ratio.284 7.70 0.731 15 731 14.34 0.168 31.23 .77 0.989 206.052 15. by Classification Classification National Roads National Arterial National Secondary Provincial Roads City Roads Municipal Roads Barangay Roads TOTAL Length (km) 29.79 0 79 0.07 0.027 Paved Road Ratio 0.899 15.803 121.

DPWH BASIC MANDATE DESIGN. DESIGN CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE OF NATIONAL ROADS AND BRIDGES AND FLOOD CONTROL SYSTEMS IN MAJOR AND PRINCIPAL RIVERS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS AND HIGHWAYS .

778 (15. ALONG THE NATIONAL ROAD NETWORK.109 LMS) ARE STILL TEMPORARY.793 BRIDGES WITH LENGTH OF 330.212 KMS OR 25% ALREADY DUE TO BE REHABILITATED.168 KMS OF NATIONAL SECONDARY ROADS. OF THE PAVED ARTERIAL 3. ROADS. THERE ARE 7.625 KMS OR 27% ALREADY DUE REHABILITATED.731 KMS NATIONAL ARTERIAL 13. OF THESE.Co d t o of the at o a Condition o t e National Road Network : oad et o • OF THE 15.525 KMS OR 86% IS PAVED WHILE THE STILL UNPAVED. 14% IS ROADS. 8. TO BE • OF THE 14. • . 2.089 LM.943 KMS OR 63% IS PAVED WHILE THE 37% IS STILL UNPAVED. OF THE PAVED SECONDARY ROADS.

743 kms and the rehabilitation of 1.154 LMs of new bridges is also targetted.047 lm of existing bridges. c. National secondary roads (13. b.625 kms.109 LMs of temporary bridges and the improvement of 6. By end of 2016. This will require the paving of 2.TARGET OU CO G OUTCOMES O S OVER THE MEDIUM-TERM U a. National arterial roads (15. there will be 332. compared to 86 % in 2009. National bridges will be 100 % permanent by 2016.731 km) will be 100 % paved g y . . compared to the existing 63% in 2009.206 kms and the rehabilitation of 3. Construction of 2.189 kms. compared to the 93%. This will entail the paving of 3. This will involve the replacement .243 LMS of national bridges. p y g p of 15. p and made good by 2016.987 km) will be 93% paved and made good by 2016.

ESPECIALLY THE ARTERIAL SYSTEM • ENHANCE MAJOR THOROUGHFARES TO IMPROVE TRAFFIC AND SAFETY STANDARDS IN URBAN CENTERS. • STRATEGIC TOURISM SUPPORT INFRASTRUCTURE IN COORDINATION WITH DOT • DEVELOP MORE PPP PROJECTS FOR MUCH NEEDED INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEVEL PLAYING FIELD FOR INVESTMENTS STUDY THE MECHANISM FOR INCLUDING LONGER MAINTENANCE PERIOD (5-10 YEARS) IN CONTRACT PROVISIONS • .INFRASTRUCTURE ROAD POLICIES AND STRATEGIES • FOCUS ON PAVING AND UPGRADING THE NATIONAL ROAD NETWORK.

KEY PRIORITIES AND STRATEGIES ON FLOOD CONTROL • PRIORITIZE FLOOD CONTROL PROJECTS IN ADDRESS CLIMATE CHANGE MAJOR AND PRINCIPAL RIVER BASINS TO • PROVIDE ADEQUATE FLOOD CONTROL AND DRAINAGE FACILITIES IN FLOOD-DISASTER PRONE AREAS TO MITIGATE FLOODING WITHIN TOLERABLE LEVELS • SUPPORT OTHER AGENCIES’ EFFORTS (DENR. DISPOSAL. COMMUNITY-BASED DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN PROPER GARBAGE COLLECTION AND DISPOSAL RELOCATION OF PLAN. DOST. NEDA. GEO-NETTING IN SLOPE PROTECTION WORKS) • PROMOTE RETARDING BASINS AND RAINWATER HARVESTING FOR NON-DOMESTIC USE . ESTERO/CREEK CLEANING • PROMOTE INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY (i. MMDA AND LGUs) IN NON-STRUCTURAL MEASURES SUCH AS HAZARD MAPPING.e. NDCC. INFORMAL SETTLERS LIVING ALONG BANKS OR RIVERS/CREEKS.

PUBLIC .TO SHARE THE NEW VISION AND MISSION OF THE PRESIDENT. MONITORING AND FEEDBACK • CHANGE IN CULTURE AND VALUES OF EMPLOYEES AND ENGAGE THE PUBLIC THAT DEAL WITH DPWH – CONTRACTORS.INSTITUTIONAL POLICY REFORMS • FULL TRANSPARENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY TO THE PEOPLE • OPTIMIZE THE BUDGET THROUGH PRUDENT AND OBJECTIVE SELECTION OF PROJECTS TO ENSURE DESIRED SOCIAL OUTCOMES • OPEN COMPETITVE BIDDING/SIMPLICATION OF BIDDING AND AWARD PROCESS • TIGHTEN QUALITY CONTROL AND ASSURANCE IN PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION • ENGAGE THE PUBLIC IN GOVERNANCE. LGUs AND GENERAL . POLITICIANS. . .

  • Original proponent status for La  g p p Mesa Parkway given to ATC.  .5  70.5  51.    • D/D by DPWH.    • F/S done by Yen loan fund.  • DPWH under evaluation of proposal. but needs to watch private sector’s action.  • KOICA will study KOICA will study.5  77.CANDIDATE PPP PROJECTS BASED ON JICA STUDY   Summary of Priority of Projects Priority  Ranking  Score  Name of Project  PPP  Recommen‐ Modality  dation  Remarks  1  2  82.  ‐  Recommended for GRP fund or other sources of fund   Priority project.5  69.  • 2‐lane elevated expressway.0  71.5  NAIA Expressway  SLEx Extension CLEx (Phase‐1) C‐5 / FTI / Skyway  Connector  R‐7 Expressway C‐6 Expressway C 6 Expressway Calamba – Los  Baños Expressway  NLEx East / La  Mesa Parkway  Type‐2 Type‐3  Type‐5 Type‐2 Type‐2 Type‐3 Type 3 Type‐2 Type‐3  yp ‐  ‐  ‐ ‐  ‐ • MNTC  submitted  unsolicited  proposal.  • F/S of South section by JICA in 2006.  • METI F/S   • SLTC announced to start D/D.5  68.   Recommended for Japan’s ODA Projects. • WB will provide assistance to Manila  side section.5  65 5 55.   • Business Case Study by PEGR.0  65.0  NLEx‐SLEx Link Expressway  CALA Expressway Type‐3  Type‐3 3  4  5  6  7  8  8 9  10  Legend:                    74.  • How to utilize this corridor should be  studied including BRT.

0  78.5  63 5 55.7 319.0 80 15.0 4.9 47.0  87.0  76.5  63.1 133.8 256.2 East‐West Connection Expressway  26.0  64.9 66.0  R‐7 Expressway  NLEx East/La Mesa Parkway  C‐6 Extension  Manila Bay Expressway Manila Bay Expressway Pasig‐Marikina Expressway  Sub‐Total    Second  Priority  Group             Manila‐Bataan Coastal Road M il B t C t lR d 70.4 41.5 256.1   Beyond  Year 2030  .1 103.0  88.5 66 5 63.0  66.8 3.5 Priority Group    First  Priority  Group   9  10  11  12  12 13    71.Proposed Expressway Network Project Priority Ranking Priority  Rank    1  2  3  4  4  4 4  7  8  Score    89.0  78.8 16.5  Name of Project                                           Length  (km)  NLEx‐SLEx Link Expressway  CALA Expressway  C‐5/FTI/Skyway Connector Road  NAIA Expressway (Phase II)  C‐6 Expressway (Global City Link) C 6 Expressway (Global City Link) CLEx    SLEx Extension (to Lucena City)  Calamba‐Los Bañ Expressway  Sub‐total  13.6 Sub‐total                                                            133.3 70 3 NLEx (Phase III)  36.5  71.8 15.5 319.0 43.0  78 0 78.6 8.

9 and 10) TPLEx Daang Hari.SLEx Link ON‐GOING PROJECTS .Expressway Network Present HSH Network + On-going Projects (420 km) Present Expressway Network + On-going Projects Skyway (Phase 2) R-1 Extension SLEx (Bation-Sto.Tomas) NLEx (Seg 8.

Luzon Ex (Phase 1) C6 (N. Section) C6 (S-E Section) La Mesa Parkway NLEx (Segment 8-2) C5/FTI/Skywa y Connector Road Global City Link CALA Expressway Calamba-Los Banos SLEx Extension NLEx-SLEx Link NAIA Ex (Phase 2) .Expressway Network HSH Network 2020 420 + 206 626 km Future Expressway Network 2020 PROJECTS 2020 PROJECTS C.

Luzon Ex (Phase 2) NLEx-East C6 (E.Expressway Network HSH Network 2030 626 + 236 862 km Future Expressway Network 2030 PROJECTS • • • • • • • C. Section) Pasig-Marikina Ex i i i R7 Expressway Manila Bay Ex C6 Extension .

Expressway Network HSH Network (Beyond 2030) 862 + 133 995 km Future Expressway Network BEYOND 2030 • • • NLEx (Phase 3) Manila Bataan Manila-Bataan Coastal Road E-W Connection Expressway .

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