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Re: Port Congestion and Manila Traffic
« Reply #120 on: October 14, 2019, 06:02:02 AM »
trains,subways  just like in japan
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Re: Port Congestion and Manila Traffic
« Reply #121 on: October 14, 2019, 09:41:39 AM »
careful. it's not a "crisis" daw. :lol:

anyway, eto lang naiisip ko para ma-solve yung problem: develop other urban centers so that people will migrate there and relieve Manila and QC of people.

unbearable traffic, water shortage, disease outbreak, piles of garbage - these are signs of overpopulation. kahit na ma-solve yung trapik sa pamamagitan ng additional roads, vehicle schemes at improved public transport, may matitira pa rin problems. so dapat long-term, permanent solution na madaming pwedeng mabigyang lunas.

I think they are building an ALLINONE smart city in Clark/ Tarlac & they say most of the gov office will move there, maybe that could help.
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Re: Port Congestion and Manila Traffic
« Reply #122 on: October 14, 2019, 10:06:35 AM »
1. I don't think 30+ year old cars should be scrapped, madami magagalit. What I propose is make it more expensive for them to keep it, e.g. higher registration fees. My Japanese professor once said, rich people in Japan are the ones who use old cars, not new.

2. Abolish the Regional Wage Boards, make the minimum wages the same across the board. With the same salaries in Mindanao and Manila, there is no reason for workers to migrate.

3. Get those trains and railroads working again, even if its just for freight.


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Re: Port Congestion and Manila Traffic
« Reply #124 on: October 16, 2019, 09:31:25 AM »
Grabe ah! P3.5B per day of lost opportunities!
How's those clearing operations doing? do they help alleviate those problems
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Re: Port Congestion and Manila Traffic
« Reply #125 on: October 18, 2019, 05:51:59 AM »
careful. it's not a "crisis" daw. :lol:

anyway, eto lang naiisip ko para ma-solve yung problem: develop other urban centers so that people will migrate there and relieve Manila and QC of people.

unbearable traffic, water shortage, disease outbreak, piles of garbage - these are signs of overpopulation. kahit na ma-solve yung trapik sa pamamagitan ng additional roads, vehicle schemes at improved public transport, may matitira pa rin problems. so dapat long-term, permanent solution na madaming pwedeng mabigyang lunas.

I think they are building an ALLINONE smart city in Clark/ Tarlac & they say most of the gov office will move there, maybe that could help.
that's good. i hope they build such cities in other islands too so that Filipinos will be dispersed all throughout the Philippines.