With the testing underway, this could be part of the first few steps forward for the creation and improvement of the electric vehicle infrastructure in the Philippines.
With over 8,000 km of new roads and highways, the master plan could elevate our infrastructure to new heights.
It looks like plans are moving forward as more and more laws are being passed to help the electric vehicle industry grow in the Philippines.
The DOTr wants to know your thoughts about the current bike infrastructure in the country and how it could be improved upon.
The DPWH says its EDSA traffic reduction plan is still ongoing and is on track.
These infrastructure projects intend to ease the traffic congestion in the country.
The funds will be used to rebuild infrastructure and livelihood in the city.
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