ARDEN BOTANICAL ESTATE BY MEGAWORLD
Arden Botanical Estate
Trece Martires, Cavite
Anchored on the importance of sustainability, Arden Botanical Estate will be highlighted by flower farms and gardens all the while incorporating designs that make for a one-of-a-kind living experience.
The development is just 1.5 hours away from Makati’s Central Business District, and just an hour away from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.
Bataan to Cavite in less than an hour? It will be possible soon. NEDA (National Economic and Development Authority) just approved Bataan-Cavite Interlink Bridge Project. Thanks to Build, Build, Build, program by Duterte Administration!
Maple Grove dubbed as The Green City of the South located in general trias cavite.
Vermosa by Ayala Land
Vermosa shall be a modern town offering a balanced and healthy lifestyle offered through active and wellness amenities. A signature development of Ayala Land, paying homage to the successes and familiar charm of the highly successful Ayala Alabang, Vermosa shall offer a diverse mix of elements including retail, office, residential, complimented by sports and wellness facilities.
EVO City by Ayala Land
New transportation infrastructures in place or fast emerging have placed Kawit, Cavite as a prominent destination south of Metro Manila—both for home buyers or leisure seekers.
LRT 1 Extension (CAVITE)
This will easily connect cavitenos going to national capital region. This will cut the traveling time from bacoor to baclaran by 25 minutes from up to 2 hours currently.
This expressway connects Daang Hari and SLEX avoiding routes in alabang business district. This route is an easy access if your from bacoor, imus, general trias and molino.
This expressway connects pasay, bacoor and kawit, cavite. if you are going to Imus, kawit and General Trias this route is best for you. This is an alternate route for aguinaldo highway.
The House Committee on Transportation has approved a measure seeking to mandate mechanisms for motorcycles that will automatically turn the headlight on when the engine is started.
The panel approved House Bill 1318, or the proposed "Mandatory Automatic Headlights On for Motorcycles Act," which also requires motorists to maintain their headlights on at any time of the day as long as they are on the road.
Under the measure, motorcycle manufacturers, assemblers and distributors must make sure that an "automatic headlights on" system, mechanism or device is installed properly before a motorcycle unit is distributed and sold.
Importation of motorcycles without this system, mechanism or device, will be unlawful.
The bill also mandates that every motorcycle should be equipped with one to two working headlights.
Regardless if the motorcycle has a single beam or multiple beam headlights, the headlights' intensity must be sufficient enough to reveal a person or a vehicle at any distance of not less than 30.5 meters when the motorcycle is operated at any speed less than 40.225 kilometers per hour, and at any distance of not less than 61 meters when operated at a speed of 40.225 to 56.315 kilometers per hour,and a distance of 91.5 meters when operated at a speed greater than 56.315 kilometers per hour.
If the motorcycle has a multi-beam headlight, the upper beam must meet the said minimum requirements.
The Land Transportation Office is mandated to impose fines against drivers, operators and owners of motorcycles, as well as the manufacturers, assemblers, importers and/or distributors who violate the provisions of the proposed act.
For drivers, operators and owners, the fines would be:
P1,000 to P2,000 for the first offense;
P2,500 to P3,000 for the second offense; and
P3,500 to P5,000 and suspension of driver's license for a period of one month for the third and succeeding offenses.
For manufacturers, assemblers, importers and/or distributors, the fines would be:
P5,000 to P10,000 and suspension of license to operate for a period of one year for the first offense;
P10,000 to P20,000 and suspension of license to operate for a period of two years for the second offense; and
P50,000 and suspension of license to operate for a period of five years for the third offense.
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