Bulacan's Sitio Brown Bridge in Malapad na Parang is expected to improve and provide safer access for students going to school and farmers bringing their harvest to the market.
Mental health was made officially part of medical support given to Filipino workers with the passing of a labor order that implements the National Mental Health Act.
Manila's longest creek, the Estero de Tripa de Gallina, has been dredged to subside floods and help the Manila Bay Rehabilitation project.
Angkas, Joyride, and Move It motorcycle taxis have been awarded extended runs and caps on the number of riders servicing their areas redistributed.
The North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) Harbor Link Malabon Exit C3-R10 Section that opens today is expected to reduce travel time to just 10 minutes for motorists bound for the Sea Port Area in Manila.
At least five hundred workers from Sultan Kudarat in the Soccsksargen region of Mindanao were given emergency employment after earthquakes struck the province in the last quarter of 2019.
The new Sangley Airport in Cavite City is anticipated to decongest terminals at the Philippines main gateway, the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).
Filipino netizens' tweets and other social media posts about press freedom in the Philippines have gained traction online with the topic going on social media trending status.
Commuters on the Tutuban-Alabang route are being treated to free rides as the new Philippine National Railways (PNR) trains are deployed beginning today.
The Philippines has broken its records for foreign tourist arrivals and surpassed its targets with a total of 8.26 million visitors coming to the islands in 2019.
Leyte's Purisima "Lock Bridge" inspired by Pont des Arts bridge in Paris, France was opened to the public and tourists on Valentine's Day.
The status of the Philippine bamboo has been upgraded to "high-value crop" following an announcement by the Department of Agriculture.