Issue of August 4, 2019
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3 Manila-based operators to join Baguio terminal projects
by PIO release

Mayor Benjamin B. Magalong announced that three Manila-based terminal operators have already signified their intention to participate in the city government’s plan to put up a south-bound terminal within a portion of the eight-hectare lot ceded to the city by the Department of Agriculture.

Magalong said that Shoemart, Megawide, and Robinsons, three of the biggest terminal operators based in Metro Manila, already informed him of their intention to cooperate with the city government for the realization of the south-bound bus terminal to help decongest the city’s central business district of south-bound buses.

He said the city government needs around four hectares of the ceded property for the facility as a three-hectare portion will be for the establishment of the proposed waste-to-energy plant while the remaining one hectare will be for other purposes as may be determined by the city.

Earlier, Magalong said the city government intends to put up six terminals and parking structures in strategic areas around the city for the parking requirements of buses plying different destinations outside the city aside from providing adequate parking spaces for motor vehicles coming from different areas.

Apart from the proposed south-bound bus terminal, the other proposed terminals and parking structures will be located within the 8,000-square meter property of Dwight Nicolas Bello in Irisan for west-bound buses, the Slaughterhouse bus terminal for north-bound buses, the Government Service Insurance System property that will serve as a central bus terminal and parking structure, and the proposed P200-million multilevel parking structure at the back of the Baguio Convention Center.

Magalong ordered the concerned offices of the city government to fast-track the survey of the Baguio Dairy Farm to ascertain the areas ceded to the city and for the immediate completion of the comprehensive master development plan as there are two major strategic projects planned for the said area.

Former mayor Mauricio G. Domogan negotiated with Agriculture Sec. Emmanuel Piñol for the ceding eight hectares of the 94-hectare Baguio Dairy Farm to the city government for ita priority projects through a 50-year deed of usufruct.

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