The Inside Man
With less than 30 serious working days left before the Christmas holidays, we don't expect any miracles in material infrastructure productivity.
posted November 09, 2012 21:55 by Tito F. Hermoso read more →
One of the biggest problems of our business environment vis-a-vis other ASEAN members is that ours isn't perceived as hospitable to the rules of fair play.
posted October 10, 2012 11:22 by Tito F. Hermoso read more →
The decline in makes and models being assembled in the Philippines has cascading dire effects not only through employment in auto assembly but also employment in auto components suppliers/manufacturers.
posted September 24, 2012 13:25 by Tito F. Hermoso read more →
So the boss wants a new airport? Ramon S. Ang [RSA] COO of PAL has made it common sense clear. Why spend good money on NAIA when its location and its runways limit it to 36 take-offs/landings per hour?
posted September 17, 2012 10:54 by Tito F. Hermoso read more →
In truth, a large proportion of our nation's motor vehicle fleet runs on diesel. LCVs, AUVs, SUVs trucks and public utility vehicles, except most taxis, tricycles and multi-cabs, run on diesel
posted September 03, 2012 11:33 by Tito F. Hermoso read more →
Like traffic, floods are a flow problem. Where there is a source leading to a drain, there should always be an allowance for passage and a blow-off valve for the excess when it surges.
posted August 22, 2012 10:24 by Tito F. Hermoso read more →
Last time we looked, it is only the TRB who can grant the authority to charge toll on national roads, whether publicly or privately financed. By whose authority are barangays and provincial governments authorized to charge an annual toll?
posted August 09, 2012 14:41 by Tito F. Hermoso read more →
A real alternative to EDSA? Now? Today? Obviously, we are not referring to pie-in-sky dream roads like the MMDA's Skybridge over the San Juan River or Metro Pac's NLEx-SLEx connector or Citra's Skyway Stage 3.
posted July 23, 2012 14:47 by Tito F. Hermoso read more →
You hear it often as a warning to a hungry shopper in a grocery; never buy things at the heat of the moment or else you will regret it.
posted July 18, 2012 18:03 by Tito F. Hermoso read more →
Last year, the LTFRB cited that 74 died and 301 were injured in 395 bus-related accidents. That's more than one accident a day involving any one of only 5,400 city buses
posted July 11, 2012 15:25 by Tito F. Hermoso read more →