Four firms seek to qualify for transport terminal in the Philippines

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Four firms seek to qualify for transport terminal in the Philippines

The Philippine Department of Transportation and Communications (DoTC) has received pre-qualification documents from four firms to develop the Integrated Transport System (ITS) for the Cavite Southwest Terminal under the PPP scheme.

The four firms that are seeking to qualify are the following:

According to sources, Robinsons Land Corporation and San Miguel Corporation had submitted a letter to DoTC to inform that they had decided not to submit pre-qualification documents for the project.

The terminal will connect passengers from Cavite to other transport systems such as the future Light Rail Transit Line 1 south extension to Bacoor as well as city bus, taxi, and other public utility vehicles plying Metro Manila.

The project includes the financing, design and construction of passenger terminal building, arrival and departure bays, public information system, ticketing and baggage handling facilities and park-ride facilities. The winning contractor will also operate and maintain the terminal for a period of 35 years.

The project will be implemented using a Build-Transfer-Operate (BOT) arrangement.

The total project investment is estimated at US$56 million. The contract has a total value estimated at P4 billion (US$88.8 million).

Eight PPP projects have been awarded under the government's flagship infrastructure PPP program., so far:

Six others have been rolled out:

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