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  • Making Our Roads Safe Again
    Welcome to Road Board
  • Making Our Roads Safe Again
    Welcome to Road Board
  • Making Our Roads Safe Again
    Welcome to Road Board
  • Making Our Roads Safe Again
    Welcome to Road Board
  • Making Our Roads Safe Again
    Welcome to Road Board
  • Making Our Roads Safe Again
    Welcome to Road Board
  • Making Our Roads Safe Again
    Welcome to Road Board
  • Making Our Roads Safe Again
    Welcome to Road Board

What Road Board Do

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Road Board Values

Mission

The Road Board as an organization is entrusted the responsibility to ensure and oversee the optimum utilization of resources for the maintenance and improvement of a safe, efficient, and environmentally balanced road network, thereby contributing to the physical, social, and economic well-being of the country.

Vission

A well-maintained, safe, environmentally balanced and user- friendly road network providing quality service and enhanced socio-economic condition of the country.

Mandate

Republic Act 8794 otherwise known as An Act Imposing a Motor Vehicle User's Charge On Owners of All Types of Motor Vehicles and for other Purposes, Section 1 provides for and ensures the adequate maintenance of national and provincial roads through sufficient funding for the purpose and in this light mandates the Road Board, to implement the prudent and efficient management and utilization of the special funds earmarked solely for the purpose of road maintenance and improvement of road drainage, installation of adequate traffic light and road safety devices and air pollution control.

Furthermore, the Road Board is mandated to ensure that all monies collected under RA 8794 and its Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) are earmarked and utilized solely for the purpose as defined above according to the law.

Goals
  • To contribute toward an adequate and sustainable road network
  • To contribute toward the reduction of road accidents and traffic congestion
  • To help reduce overloading of vehicles
  • To assist in the reduction of harmful smoke emission from vehicles
  • To help increase the general satisfaction of road users
  • To improve revenue performance generated from the enforcement of RA 8794
  • To attain excellence in service through efficient review and approval of proposals and the prompt submission of accurate reports
  • To strengthen the network and links with stakeholders of the RB in the conduct of its mandated functions
  • To extend assistance to the stakeholders as necessary
  • To develop the capacities of the RB and the RBS, as necessary, toward the attainment of excellence in service
Core Values
  • Excellence in the Delivery of Service

    The Road Board believes in total quality performance in the work, in optimum results, efficiency, and service-orientedness.

  • Competence and Professionalism

    The Road Board promotes expertise in one's work, remarkable outputs, and unquestioned dedication both by its leaders and staff.

  • Transparency and Accountability

    The Road Board believes in utmost transparency and honesty in all facets of its work. It promotes a culture of ethical responsibility and integrity.

  • Teamwork and Subsidiarity

    The Road Board believes that excellent work is a product of cooperation and collaboration among its units and between the Board and its stakeholders. It promotes effective communication and exchange of ideas between the Board and the stakeholders toward coordination and the attainment of desired results.

  • Innovation

    The Road Board encourages creativity, resourcefulness, and never-ending growth.

Milestones and Events

Fundamental questions led wide discussions about the adequacy of the national roads and the funds to build and sufficiently maintain them through the years.

Are our existing national road networks adequate for the country's expanding needs for national development and progress? Or do we need to add more and better national road infrastructure to the entire network? Where will the funds for these major national investments come from? Can government continue to be the main source for these investments in the face of many competing national needs? These and other issues came into sharper focus as government planners and other sectors sought to consider the country's road situation from a wider and more comprehensive perspective in the 1990s.

The DPWH, the World Bank, the US A.I.D. contributed to the wide discussions that ensued during the late 1990s. DPWH, with funding assistance from the World Bank, produced Better Roads Philippines in 1998 while New Zealand, with its extensive experience in road management efforts, commissioned the writing of Philippine Road Management Reform Project at about the same period. A consultancy group headed by former Prime Minister Cesar E.A. Virata was asked by U.S. A.I.D. to study and make recommendations on the same general topic. They also came up with the need for a National Road Authority. Seminars and workshops involving the private and public sector discussed the recommendations drawn up and the central findings of the different studies. One workshop in Tagaytay in 1997 arrived at two main reforms needed in road management: (1) involvement of road users in the management of roads, and in the administration of a road fund contributed and paid by road users; and (2) commercialization of a road system, with roads viewed and managed like a business rather than a social service.

Strategic Direction

Republic Act 8794, otherwise known as the MVUC, mandates that the Road Board shall ensure the adequate maintenance.

Who We Are

The ROAD BOARD is the governments steward for the objective utilization of the Motor Vehicle User’s Charge (MVUC).

Project Status

Daang Maharlika, Pulilan Section, Pulilan, Bulacan - ON GOING

Luisito V. Clavano

Executive Director

Jose Antonio Aguas

Chief of Staff

Ruby Socorro Romero

Project Manager II

Ed Conchu

Controller(Financial Consultant)