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Davao City sets aside 100-M for bus system

DAVAO CITY (MindaNews / 03 Aug) — A hundred million peso budget has been allocated by the City Government of Davao this year to start the implementation of the High Priority Bus System (HPBS), which seeks to address the traffic congestion and lower the carbon footprint discharged by vehicles here, Mayor Sara Duterte said. “For […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  mindanewsRelated NewsAug 3rd, 2019

Davao City to tap local consultants for traffic roadmap

DAVAO CITY (MindaNews/07 January) &'8212; The City Government of Davao is tapping local consultants to make a traffic roadmap that will guide the development of the city’s transport system for the next 20 to 30 years. “The city is negotiating with would-be consultants such that we can come up with a sort of a bible [&'].....»»

Category: newsSource:  mindanewsRelated NewsJan 7th, 2017

SSS Issues Show Cause Orders to Non-Compliant Establishments in Quezon City, La Union, Tacloban, Davao Del Sur

The state run-Social Security System once again posted show cause orders to 43 business establishments nationwide during its fourth simultaneous Run After Contribution Evaders (RACE) Campaign on 25 July. SSS President and Chief Executive Officer Aurora Cruz Ignacio said that all employers, whether handling small or large businesses, should comply with Republic Act 11199 or […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated NewsAug 1st, 2019

CCPO: No crimes reported during Pacquiao fight

CEBU CITY, Philippines — No calls reporting about a crime in Cebu City were received by the Cebu City Police Office (CCPO) from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. or from the start of the Manny Pacquiao vs Keith Thurman fight in Las Vegas, Nevada in the United States. Aside from the light traffic experienced at Metro […] The post CCPO: No crimes reported during Pacquiao fight appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJul 21st, 2019

Photo gallery: Cebu City situation during Pacquiao-Thurman fight

CEBU CITY, Philippines — Cebuanos like most Filipinos are rabid fans of Philippine boxing icon Manny Pacquiao that during his boxing matches expect traffic in the city to be light with most people staying in places where the fight is streamed or is shown. On Sunday, July 21, this was what happened. Police reported no […] The post Photo gallery: Cebu City situation during Pacquiao-Thurman fight appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJul 21st, 2019

Bill seeking LRT extension to Navotas pushed

QUEZON CITY, July 12 (PIA)-A bill seeking for the extension of the Manila Light Railway Transit System Line 1 from Monumento, Caloocan to Navotas was recently filed by Navotas lone district Represe.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsJul 12th, 2019

Bill seeking LRT extension to Navotas pushed

QUEZON CITY, July 12 (PIA)-A bill seeking for the extension of the Manila Light Railway Transit System Line 1 from Monumento, Caloocan to Navotas was recently filed by Navotas lone district Represe.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsJul 12th, 2019

MinDA wants stable power in Sulu, Tawi-Tawi

DAVAO CITY (MindaNews / 5 July) – The Mindanao Development Authority (MinDA) wants to improve the supply of electricity in the island provinces of Sulu and Tawi-Tawi to encourage the establishment of more processing facilities there so that local goods traded under the centuries-old barter system can be sold to Malaysia and Indonesia at a […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  mindanewsRelated NewsJul 5th, 2019

The 5-minute challenge

Just to test if it was possible, a team from the Philippine National Police Highway Patrol Group (HPG) drove along EDSA during the light traffic hour of 2 a.m. on a recent weekday from P. Tuazon street in Quezon City to Guadalupe in Makati at a moderate speed of about 60 kilometers per hour......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJun 30th, 2019

Beijing firm plans to establish plant for environment-friendly bikes, motorcycles and scooters in Davao City

DAVAO CITY (MindaNews / 26 June) – A Beijing-based multinational manufacturing firm is planning to build a light manufacturing plant here for environment-friendly electric bicycles, motorcycles, and scooters that will be sold to the market within the Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Philippines East ASEAN Growth Area (BIMP-EAGA). Art Milan, president of the Davao City Chamber of […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  mindanewsRelated NewsJun 26th, 2019

Baguio to get help from Metro Manila, Davao City for traffic management center World

Baguio to get help from Metro Manila, Davao City for traffic management center BusinessWorld Online BAGUIO CITY Mayor-elect Benjamin B. Magalong said over the weekend that a team of experts from Metr.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsJun 25th, 2019

“Institutionalization of barter trade” is an investment for peace and development in BARMM – Duterte

DAVAO CITY (MindaNews / 23 June) — President Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday said the institutionalization of the barter trade system between the Philippines and Malaysia is an “investment for peace and for inclusive, equitable, sustainable development” especially in the newly-established Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM). “I earnestly ask His Excellency the Prime Minister […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  mindanewsRelated NewsJun 24th, 2019

PRRD tutuldukan ang problema ng EDSA traffic

Ang exclusive interview kay Pangulong Rodrigo Roa Duterte ni Kingdom of Jesus Christ founder and lead pastor, Apollo C. Quiboloy sa programang “Give Us This Day” sa Sonshine Media Network International (SMNI) Studio sa Davao City. ACE MORANDANTE/PRESIDENTIAL PHOTO   Ni: Quincy Joel V. Cahilig MATINDING kalbaryo para sa libo-libong motorista at commuter ang pagbiyahe sa […] The post PRRD tutuldukan ang problema ng EDSA traffic appeared first on PINAS......»»

Category: newsSource:  pinasglobalRelated NewsJun 24th, 2019

Davao City LGU plans AM/FM radio for emergencies

DAVAO CITY, June 14 (PIA) -- The City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office pins its hope on the establishment of an AM/FM radio broadcasting system by the city government which aims to upd.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsJun 15th, 2019

MPBL: Beefed Up Bacoor City Strikers looking to go further than Divisional Semis

Considering that they were the final expansion team to be formed for the 2018-2019 Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League, the Bacoor City Strikers did pretty good for themselves, finishing fifth in the Southern Division to clinch a spot in the playoffs, and even going as far as the Divisional Semifinals.  There, the Strikers would fall to eventuall National Finalists Davao Occidental. It may have not been the end to the season that they wanted, but Strikers main man Gab Banal was pretty pleased with what he saw from the team.  "It was an incredible season for me and for Bacoor City, knowing that we were the last team to be formed, and still we were able to reach the semifinals of the Southern Division," Banal told ABS-CBN Sports.  Aside from a playoff berth, Banal also earned MVP honors, finishing with 18.2 points, 8.9 rebounds, and 6.4 assists during the stellar season.  Now, however, Banal and the Strikers are targeting a deeper run in the post-season, and are expecting to do so, now that they've gotten more time to prepare, and they've gotten more talented.  "I guess this upcoming season, we’ve had more time to prepare. We got some new players and we have a new coach also, and the team management, the players, and the coaching staff are more determined to do better than what we did last year," Banal explained. "We had the coaching changes, the decision was made by the management, and we have some new players so that we could beef up and supplement me in terms of our system, offensively and defensively." "I know that all the other teams beefed up also, and there are additional teams in the Southern Division also. It’s going to be tough, but we will just focus on ourselves and we will just go with the flow and mind our own thing, and see how far we can go this time around," he added.  Joining Banal on the Strikers will be ABL veteran Oping Sumalinog as well as Michael Mabulac, Ian Melecio, Paolo Castro, and Matthew Aquino, among others.  "[We've got] Oping Sumalinog, who played for the ABL, is coming back, and we have Michael Mabulac, Paolo Castro, Ian Melencio, and we have other players that we can rely on off the bench, because last year we were the worst in points off the bench," Banal detailed. "This time, because it’s a long season, I think it’s going to last 10 to 12 months, and it’s gonna be tiring so we need some players who can help us give us that relief off the bench." Obviously, the goal for the Strikers, as with all the other teams in the MPBL, is to be able to bring home the championship at the end of the season. Banal however says that they will take the season a game at a time and the immediate goal is to improve on a daily basis.  "Of course, we’re aiming for the championship, but we’re focusing on one game at a time, and let the season flow and just take care of ourselves, we’re being specific rather than focusing right away on a task far ahead, we’re focusing on one game at a time, one quarter at a time, one possession at a time, and eventually that will build up to a win. We just have to be better every day and focus on our immediate goals and we’ll see how far it takes us."   The Bacoor Strikers open the 2019 MPBL Lakan Cup against reigning Datu Cup Champions San Juan Knights at home in Bacoor on Friday, June 14 at 9:00 PM. Catch it LIVE on S+A channel 23 and on iWant Sports    .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 11th, 2019

PRRD Has Plan ‘Up His Sleeves’ to Ease Cubao-Makati Traffic

President Rodrigo Duterte has a plan “up his sleeves” to cut travel time along Edsa, particularly, between Cubao to Makati from over an hour to five minutes, Malacañang said on Monday. Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo made this comment after Duterte, during a Give Us this Day television guesting in Davao City on June 7, promised […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 11th, 2019

Durant s return looms large heading into potential clincher

By Shaun Powell, NBA.com TORONTO — Let us dismiss the tasty-yet-faulty comparison folks will try to make regarding Game 5 and Kevin Durant and the fate of the Warriors in these NBA Finals: In 1970, when Knicks center Willis Reed famously limped out of the tunnel at Madison Square Garden for Game 7, he only hit two jumpers and was done, too gimpy to go any further. The Warriors, starved for points against a toothy Raptors defense, will require plenty more than that from Durant before he’s done. Back then, it was winner-take-all, New York vs. L.A. Durant and the Warriors are trailing 3-1 and face elimination at Scotiabank Arena. They’re staring down a far deeper and darker tunnel. This is the stark reality for a would-be savior and his recuperating calf and the desperate two-time defending champions. Durant was upgraded to questionable for Monday (Tuesday, PHL time), which means it's likely he’ll at least be on the floor. Whether he stays long enough to break a sweat or plays well enough to make the Raptors perspire is the real issue. Perhaps never before has an injury to a superstar of this magnitude been this mysterious – and perhaps costly – in the history of The Finals. Remember, with Reed, the Knicks won at the end. Maybe there's more in common with Magic Johnson pulling a hamstring in 1989 during Game 1, but again, Magic was finished for the series, and so were the Lakers, swept by the Pistons. Durant is trying to return and in the process squelch the innuendo swirling about his recovery and also trigger a historic comeback. Can he pull this off after not playing since May 8 (May 9, PHL time), and practicing for the first time only Sunday? It was a practice, but only in the tamest sense. Durant joined his teammates and took part after the media was hustled off the court, leaving no outside witnesses or sneaky TMZ footage. The Warriors, this time of year, only conduct light drills. And it was over within an hour. To recap: Durant is supposed to step into an intense basketball game after missing a month, and battle a Toronto defense led by Kawhi Leonard, and thwart a championship bid by a team and city bracing for a maddening celebration around midnight, and … rescue the Warriors? OK, then. “I think it’s pretty easy to realize we obviously miss him out there and he’s propelled us to two championships in two years,” said Warriors guard Klay Thompson. “So it would be pretty storybook if he could come back and help us do the same.” If it sounds like the Warriors are so stretched for answers and solutions that they’re banking on Durant being close to normal after a lengthy layoff, well … maybe they are. When you’re facing elimination, there’s really no other choice. And the Warriors haven’t been able to solve the Raptors without him. Yet Durant has set himself a high bar. Before his injury, which occurred in the conference semifinals against Houston, he was on another level, nearly galactic. He averaged 34 points, five rebounds and five assists in 11 games and was a finalist for everyone’s “best player in the playoffs" honors with Giannis Antetokounmpo. Since then Leonard, the postseason leader in points, and rebounds, and minutes, has yanked that praise for himself. The Raptors, as a result, are heavy favorites to lift the trophy. Durant may not be 100 percent, leaving what he can possibly do an open question: Will he be more of a decoy than a legitimate offensive threat? And on defense, how can the Warriors cover for him, since the Raptors will surely try to exploit the situation by running Durant through screens? Without Durant, the scoring burden had to be carried by Thompson and Steph Curry, and while both have done fairly well, the Warriors have had little margin for error. Whenever Draymond Green or Andre Iguodala or DeMarcus Cousins failed to lend support for Thompson and Curry, the results have been disastrous for Golden State. Coach Steve Kerr feels Durant’s presence will be enough to cause a ripple effect that influences what both teams do when he’s on the floor. “The game plan changes if Kevin is out there, or if he’s not,” Kerr said. “So you adapt accordingly. It changes matchups, it changes rotations, all that stuff.” It’ll be a surprise if Durant’s return causes issues within the Warriors and the system that was tweaked in his absence. Although they’ve been without him for nine games, he did play three seasons with the club, so there shouldn’t be any adjustment problems. Quite the contrary, says Curry. “We’ll be able to adjust in transition pretty smoothly,” said Curry. “He’s been in plenty of Finals and has played well. No matter what the percentage he’s at, I’m sure he’ll be impactful and effective.” It’s always tricky to play doctor and determine how much time Durant should’ve missed, although that never deters anyone from doing so. Taking it a step further, while none of his teammates or coaches publicly questioned the depths of Durant’s injury, dealing with the daily dose of “is he or isn’t he?” became tiring to some. They all suspect that if Durant could’ve played, he would. What possible motive would encourage him to stay out longer than necessary? To show everyone how much the Warriors need him? That seems a stretch for someone who craves a championship. Possibly not his pending free agency either; if anything Durant would get bonus points for playing through pain and would have all summer to recover in the event of re-injuring the calf, which is not considered career-threatening. Injured players have no obligation to speak to the media, and Durant hasn’t, with his silence only feeding speculation. “I feel for Kevin,” Thompson said. “I know what type of competitor he is and we obviously miss him dearly. But whether it’s tomorrow or Game 6, we just have to do everything in our power to help him get back. He will be very welcome, I’ll say that much. Kevin’s (injury) is serious and I know how badly he wants to be out there. He’s one of the best competitors I’ve been around.” The stretchy shooting range, the high release of a shot that’s nearly impossible to block or discourage, the energy and determination and ability to make plays in tense moments, those are the elements Durant brings and the Warriors have missed in The Finals. They’ll take whatever he can give, whatever that might be.   “I would like to think he would make a difference,” Shaun Livingston said. “Again, it’s just any time a player of that caliber comes back or goes out of the lineup, it’s going to be felt certain ways. We’ll see what happens.” And if Durant is unable to play extended minutes or sputters around the floor, making mistakes and dogged by rust and fatigue and inefficiency? Then it’ll fall on his teammates, a group that couldn’t beat the Raptors in two games at Oracle Arena yet somehow must thrive in a Canadian madhouse that awaits Monday (Tuesday, PHL time). “You’re going to see a resilient Warriors team,” Thompson said. “We’ve had our backs against the wall with this same group. Obviously, it’s a little more daunting being down 3-1 but usually when our backs are against the wall, we respond the best.” Question is, will Durant have their back? Or will he and that wall crumble under pressure from these hungry Raptors and the long odds? Shaun Powell has covered the NBA for more than 25 years. You can e-mail him here, find his archive here, and follow him on Twitter. The views on this page do not necessarily reflect the views of the NBA, its clubs or Turner Broadcasting. .....»»

Category: lifestyleSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 10th, 2019

After LRT, monorail is now being eyed in Cebu to solve traffic woes

CEBU CITY – A monorail system is being eyed as part of Metro Cebu’s solution to its traffic problem and […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  mindanaoexaminerRelated NewsJun 8th, 2019

Davao city bus system to affect 7,000 jeepney drivers

DAVAO CITY, Philippines – Enrico (not the real name), 55, has been a jeepney driver for the past 30 years here. His only livelihood has supported his family of 6, and has sent 3 of his children to college. On the average, Enrico's brings home around P600 ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJun 7th, 2019

Duterte to COA: Don t seek refund of Marawi rehab money spent on Hajj

MANILA, Philippines – President Rodrigo Duterte asked the Commission on Audit (COA) not to demand that the housing council refund P5 million in Marawi City rehabilitation funds that paid for the Hajj of some evacuees in 2018. Duterte, at an Eid'l Fitr celebration in Davao City on Thursday, June 6, ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJun 6th, 2019