DoTC/DPWH/MMDA – Manila-Quezon City BRT System – Philippines - Project Profile
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The Department of Transportation and Communication (DoTC), the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) and the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) are planning to undertake the construction of Manila-Quezon City BRT System project in Manila, Philippines.
DoTC will be responsible for the development of the North BRT, DPWH for the South and MMDA for the Southwest.
The project involves the construction of 28km of three BRT systems in North, South and Southwest of Metro Manila. It includes the construction of passenger terminal buildings, maintenance areas, arrival and departure bays, ticketing and baggage handling facilities, parking and other related facilities.
In October 2013, DoTC invited companies to submit eligibility documents for the environmental impact assessment (EIA) and social impact assessment (SIA) studies.
In February 2015, DoTC invited bids for design engineer services consultant for the project. The scope of the contract includes to provide a detailed engineering design, cost estimation, prepare the bidding documents for the construction and procurement of goods and consulting services.
In December, 2015, DoTC received approvals from the National Economic and Development Authority Board (NEDA).
World Bank and the Clean Technology Fund (CTF) approved US$64.6 million in March 16, 2017, with US$44.8 million from Philippine government.
Planning activities are underway and construction is expected to be completed in 2020.
The project involves the construction of 28km of three bus rapid transit (BRT) systems in the North, South and Southwest in Manila, Philippines.
The US$109 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of passenger terminal buildings
2. Construction of administrative facilities
3. Construction of maintenance areas
4. Construction of arrival and departure bays
5. Construction of ticketing and baggage handling facilities
6. Construction of parking facilities
7. Construction of related facilities
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