The Department of Public Works and Highways–Cagayan Second District Engineering Office (DPWH-CSDEO) has completed four road concreting projects leading to different tourist destinations in the Cagayan region. District Engineer Lorna B. Asuten said the four road concreting projects, which amount to a total of PHP82 million, will offer tourists with …

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The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) announced that the 6.94-km Laguna Lake Highway, which is formerly C-6, is now completed. The said highway is serves as an alternate route to avoid the traffic congestion along EDSA and C-5. DPWH Secretary Mark Villar led the ceremonial drive-through of the …

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The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) will conduct road reblocking and repairs this long weekend. The road reblocking and repairs will start at 11 PM tonight, August 24, until 5 AM of August 27. It will include parts of EDSA, C-5 Road, Katipunan, among others. Here is the …

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Most of us tend to go on a road trip when there’s a long weekend on the calendar. Who wouldn’t want to escape the city and its busy lifestyle, right? Road trips involve several driving segments before reaching a certain destination. You have to drive through the open highway, provincial …

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A new one-way traffic scheme on select streets will be implemented in Bonifacio Global City (BGC) starting August 28, 2018. BGC believes that the new scheme will result with better traffic flow. The streets included in the one-way traffic scheme are Rizal Drive, 28th Street, 7th Avenue, 9th Avenue, Federacion …

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Road trips are probably one of the things you look forward to because it is the time where you can escape reality and just have fun. However, road trips can also be a hassle especially when you’re scheduled trip falls on a long weekend or long holiday. There’s a good …

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Riding a motorcycle involves a lot of risk. A slight error could lead to an awful ending, which is why riders need to be fully aware of its surroundings. As such, companies are continuously developing technologies that would improve motorcycle road safety–and Ducati is one of them. We previously reported …

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Driving on an uphill road can be a challenge for new drivers. This is the reason why most drivers remember the first time they drove through Kennon Road to reach Baguio. Driving uphill requires you to be familiar with several driving techniques to make your drive easier and safer. Here …

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Imagine a world where cars have the ability to talk to each other–yes, like the one in Pixar’s animated movie Cars. Hold on for a sec, the Cars movie analogy seems a bit weird as most of us would probably freak out if cars can really talk like humans. However, …

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There’s a high probability that every Filipino driver has its own nightmare stories involving Epifanio de los Santos Avenue or more commonly known as EDSA. I’m sure that the chunk of those EDSA stories has something to with their horrendous experience while crawling through the bumper-to-bumper traffic. What’s new? EDSA …

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Japan is a country that’s well-known for different things. Aside from the high speed bullet train, delicacies, and cherry blossoms, the land of the rising sun is famous for having disciplined citizens. This is because Japan is known for its politeness and good manners. We Filipinos are also respectful to …

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There are three driving segments in every road trip. The first segment is the part where you escape from the busy metropolis. The second would be the highway drive where you must cruise the long open road. The last segment before you reach your destination would be traversing provincial roads. …

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If you’re working or studying in Metro Manila, we bet that you’ll rather have your own car than take the MRT to get to and from your workplace or school. We all know that it’s hard to commute in the metro due to the lack of efficient public transportation. This …

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Up- or down-hill driving? Which of the two options would you choose? If you ask us, we would rather take the uphill part of the drive because going downhill is harder. It is relatively harder because you need to consider a number of things such as preserving your car’s brakes–failure …

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