The Inside Man
History tells us that it will always be the new roads along the old beaten paths that will face the biggest influx.
posted November 10, 2013 10:29 by Tito F. Hermoso read more →
Every day, every week, every evening rush hour. It's the same interminable traffic jams at both East and West service roads between Sucat, Bicutan and Sales/NAIA junctions of the Skyway.
posted October 28, 2013 10:31 by Tito F. Hermoso read more →
Malfunctioning electronic toll tags, social media, traffic management, transport and Philippine auto sales.
posted October 07, 2013 09:11 by Tito F. Hermoso read more →
Will the current administration's legacy be rememebered in history as the most promising?
posted September 11, 2013 21:15 by Tito F. Hermoso read more →
How sporting of the rather chivalrous MMDA chairman Tolentino to take up the challenge, or rather dare, of many angry commuters to take public transport.
posted August 19, 2013 18:08 by Tito F. Hermoso read more →
The 2013 State of the Nation Address (SONA) in terms of transport and infrastructure.
posted July 24, 2013 10:53 by Tito F. Hermoso read more →
With elections over and a near clean sweep to boot, the Pnoy administration, in typical 'all hands on deck' one-track-focus now faces the rains, floods, traffic and a stock exchange plunge.
posted July 01, 2013 12:02 by Tito F. Hermoso read more →
Despite the glowing reports on Foreign Investment indices and the hyper-optimism of local businessmen, the 2013 IMF Country Report states that our growth is still non-inclusive
posted April 24, 2013 17:28 by Tito F. Hermoso read more →
Valencia, Spain, with Santiago Calatrava's soaring architectural masterpiece of the City of Arts and Science as its masterpiece centerpiece looks warm even on a cold winter day.
posted March 11, 2013 09:49 by Tito F. Hermoso read more →
To think they should be jaded over here at Marbella and all the Playas of the Costa del Sol in Spain.
posted March 04, 2013 08:36 by Tito F. Hermoso read more →