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current maximum threshold of vehicle population

Requested from DPWH by Aron Isaac Ansay at 08:26 AM on Nov 13, 2018.
Purpose: research for thesis
Date of Coverage: 11/13/2018 - 11/13/2018
Tracking no: #DPWH-030698574100

Aron Isaac 08:26 AM, Nov 13, 2018

I would like to request the data regarding the maximum threshold on vehicle population given the current road network in the Philippines
November 13, 2018

Dear Aron Isaac,

Greetings!

Thank you for your request dated Nov 13, 2018 under Executive Order No. 2 (s. 2016) on Freedom of Information in the Executive Branch.

Your request

You asked for current maximum threshold of vehicle population.

Response to your request

While our aim is to provide information whenever possible, in this instance we would need for you to resubmit your request as we are still missing from you some vital information. Please ensure that, in addition to all the mandatory fields, you also fill out the fields pertaining to maximum treshold of vehicles of national road network.

However, it is advised for you to review the DPWH ATLAS by visiting the following link, which can help you in your research (http://www.dpwh.gov.ph/dpwh/2017%20DPWH%20ATLAS/index.htm).

For further assistance you may review the FAQ section of the eFOI site: https://realignagencies11072018-dot-efoi-ph.appspot.com/help.

Your right to request a review

If you are unhappy with this response to your FOI request, you may ask us to carry out an internal review of the response by writing to Office of the Secretary, DPWH Central Office, Bonifacio Drive, Port Area, Manila. Your review request should explain why you are dissatisfied with this response, and should be made within 15 calendar days from the date when you received this letter. We will complete the review and tell you the result within 30 calendar days from the date when we receive your review request.

If you are not satisfied with the result of the review, you then have the right to appeal to the Office of the President under Administrative Order No. 22 (s. 2011).

Thank you.

Respectfully,
Andro Santiago
FOI Officer

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