Duterte is eyeing for cable cars to ease Metro traffic
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President-choose Rodrigo Duterte is genuinely considering introducing cable cars in Metro Manila to ease injuring roads turned parking lots, his approaching transportation secretary said Tuesday. 

Beginning talks are continuous with an organization that supplies 35-seater link autos for suburbanites in South America and once endorsed, the new method of transportation for the capital's 12 million individuals will be operational in year and a half, approaching clergyman Arthur Tugade said. 

"Pag nagdagdag tayo ng kalsada at bother develop tayo, lalong makaka-activity. Kung fervor mo ng extra limit, pumunta ka sa itaas," Tugade told ANC's "Headstart." 

"Suffice to say, for the occasion, that is truly being investigated," he said, including the task could be executed first in the Pasig and Makati business areas. 

Duterte, who will expect office on Thursday, will approach Congress for "exceptional forces" to fathom movement blockage that has achieved "emergency" extents. 

This incorporates opening subdivision streets to movement and getting rid of open offering for some base ventures. 

The Philippines loses an expected 2.4 billion pesos a day because of movement blockage, as indicated by a study by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).

Source: ABS-CBN News

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