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Para saan ang Programa?

Layunin ng CMGP na maisaayos ang pamamamahala sa mga kalsada na ayon sa Local Government Code of 1990 ay nasa ilalim ng pag-aari at pagaaruga ng Probinsya o Provincial Governments.

Sa karamihan, hindi masyadong pronounced ang kahalagahan ng maayos na daan, ngunit kung susuriin, malaki ang impact nito sa patuloy at walang tigil na pag-asenso ng ekonomiya at pamayanan sa isang lugar. Sa katunayan, ang Local Roads ay tinaguriang "missing middle" (Llanto, 2007) nitong nakaraang dekada kung saan halos 99% na ng National Roads ang nasa maayos na estado, ngunit patuloy parin na maliit ang suporta na naiibibigay para itaas ang antas ng kapasidad ng mga Local Government Units pag dating sa local road management at mapunan ang pangangailangan pinansyal para mapunan ang pagkukulang dito. (details)

Ang CMGP Program ang nagnanais na maging tulay upang maituwid o lalo pang mapahusay ang mga sistema at proceso na isinasagawa ng Provincial Governments, at mabigyan kahit paano ng suporta ang pagsasaayos ng local roads and bridges. Makikita sa baba ang sakop ng governance reform component ng Programa.

What are the reform areas under the Program?

Local Road Information Management

  • Completion of a GIS-based local road network map with complete attributes that is utilized for planning, programming, evaluation, and monitoring

  • Establishment of an updated Disaster Risk Reduction and Management and Sustainable Development Goals - informed Road and Bridge Information System (RBIS)

  • All provincial, city, and municipal roads video-tagged and uploaded in a web-based portal

Local Road Network Development Planning

  • Fully-functional Local Road Management Teams in Provincial Governments

  • Integration and mainstreaming of the LRNDP into the Provincial Development Physical Framework Plan (PDPFP) and Local Development Investment Plan (LDIP)

  • Alignment of the LRNDP to the SDGs, and consideration of the SDGs in project identification

  • Observance of participatory governance in Local Road Network Development Planning

Local Road Construction and Maintenance

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  • Establishment of effective Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) processes for project implementation/road construction

  • Maintenance of all provincial roads in fair-to-good condition

  • Regular conduct of CPES

  • Active participation of citizens in project monitoring through DevLive

  • Implementation of all road and bridge projects according to National Standards

  • Community engagement/citizen participation in maintenance activities

By 2022, reforms in the following areas of Local Governance are hoped to be achieved: