DPWH and DOE to form a schedule for the relocation of electric posts

Jul 11, 2017 | Same topic: Latest traffic updates
The joint circular between the DOE and the DPWH aims to move electric posts blocking widened roads.
The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) in cooperation with the Department of Energy (DOE) have signed a joint circular to fast-track the relocation of electric posts blocking widened roads.

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Electric posts in middle of Tacloban road

The joint circular between the DOE and the DPWH aims to move electric posts during road widening projects

The joint circular between the DOE and the DPWH prescribes the proper guidelines and procedures for the appropriate payment of compensation for “recovery cost in the need to relocate” the transmission lines. The joint circular was signed by Secretary Alfonso Cusi representing the DOE and USEC Karen Jimeno representing the DPWH.

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electric posts along the road

Relocation of electric posts on widened roads is set to begin soon

Related organizations implementing infrastructure projects shall coordinate with electric cooperatives and the National Electrification Administration (NEA) to solve all right-of-way concerning the affected facility, including the determination of relocation sites and the determination of compensation for disadvantage resulting from relocation areas.
 
Relocation of electric posts on widened roads is set to begin soon.

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Scanned copy of the joint circular between the DOE and the DPWH

DPWH and DOE formed a schedule for the relocation of electric posts

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The leaning electric post of Muntinlupa