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Safer Travel Seen As DPWH Completes P96-M Road Works In N. Ecija

Motorists going in and out of Nueva Ecija via Daang Maharlika can now have safer trips following the completion of its improvement projects in the province.

Widened Secondary Road In Pangasinan Eases Traffic Congestion

The Department of Public Works and Highways has finished the widening of the Carmen Junction-Bayambang-Manat road in Pangasinan, reducing traffic congestion.

20 Cordillera Cops Ready To Serve As Election Board Members

Some Cordillera police personnel will be on standby and ready to render duties as members of the electoral board in the region.

Intramuros Ready For Visitor Influx This Holy Week

Intramuros will open its eight churches and chapels to Catholics for the Visita Iglesia on Maundy Thursday and Good Friday for the first time in two years.

QC To Rehabilitate Roads, Footbridges

The Quezon City government will rehabilitate its footbridges, undertake road repairs, and add more street lamps for the safety of pedestrians and commuters.

‘Libreng Sakay’ Ridership Exceeds 300K On First Day

More than 300,000 commuters have availed of the “Libreng Sakay” program on the first day of its resumption at the Edsa Busway Carousel and other participating routes nationwide.

NCR, CAR Register Highest Covid-19 Vax Coverage: DOH

Most regions in Luzon have registered the highest number of fully vaccinated and boosted individuals against the coronavirus, a health official said.

Bulacan PNP All Set To Secure Public During Lent

The Bulacan Police Provincial Office has established 41 police assistance desks to ensure the safe travel of motorists and commuters during the Lenten season and the rest of the summer break in the province.

New Pangasinan Road Eases Delivery Of Farm Produce

The newly completed farm-to-market road in Pangasinan eases the delivery of the farm produce, the Department of Public Works and Highway said.

MMDA Lifts Number Coding Scheme From April 12-15

The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority will lift its number coding program, from Holy Tuesday to Good Friday, allowing all private vehicles to pass through the National Capital Region this Holy Week.

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