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This Week in Bacolod (January 26 to February 1, 2020)

The fair weather will help you enjoy your Bacolod trip this week!

By: Yoorekka Team | January 26, 2020

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Bacolod City will have fair weather this week, but as there are still possible showers, it is best for you to ready your umbrella. Meanwhile, the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) will start the rehabilitation of reclaimed public roads in Bacolod City. In addition to that, the local government is also urging the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) to install highly visible reflectorized warning signs on public highways and roads in Bacolod City for the safety of the motorists. Lastly, when in Negros Island, you may still enjoy the view around Mt. Kanlaon as Phivolcs-Kanlaon Observation Station said that the volcano is in a normal state. Read on for the full updates.


Weather Advisory: Fair weather with some rain


Fair weather dominates this week in Bacolod City, but from Sunday to Tuesday, morning showers will be experienced. The sun will surely shine on Wednesday, but the clouds will join in on Thursday. There’s a chance for rain in the city on Friday until Saturday. For those who have plans for an outdoor getaway this weekend, make sure to check beforehand if the place is safe when the rain comes. Bacolod’s temperature for this week will run from 30 °C to 32 °C [1].


Traffic News


Public roads in Bacolod subject for rehab

Pursuant to Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) Memorandum Circular 2019-121 regarding the implementation of the clearing of roads, the City Government of Bacolod will start the improvement or rehabilitation of the reclaimed public roads in the first quarter of 2020 in Bacolod City [2].



According to Engr. Belly Aguillon, the city government will allot an estimated PhP150 million for the project. This will include improvement of the public roads and other identified areas that were reclaimed after the demolition of illegal structures. As per the directive of Bacolod City Mayor Bing Leonardia, the main thoroughfares in the city shall be prioritized. These areas are from Lopez Jaena Street, from Burgos Street to Libertad Street, and San Sebastian Street among others.

Warning signs on roads pushed

To ensure public safety, the Bacolod Sangguniang Panlungsod joined hands with the Department of Public Works and Highways to install highly visible reflectorized warning signs on public highways and roads in Bacolod City [3]. The resolution is authored by Councilor Wilson Gamboa Jr. after it was observed that road surfaces are uneven along Araneta Street starting from Brgy. Tangub to the boundaries of Brgy. Sum-ag.

Other areas seen to have an uneven road surface are Lacson Street, Burgos Street, the road to Brgy. Granada, and the road that separates the bike lanes from Alijis Road. The road signs are highly recommended for motorists, especially those in two-wheeled vehicles like motorcycles and bicycles, to avoid road accidents.



Travel Update


Phivolcs assures Mt. Kanlaon is in a normal state

Since the eruption of Taal Volcano last January 12, misleading reports about the activity of Mt. Kanlaon have also circulated on social media. However, Mt. Kanlaon is in a normal status according to Phivolcs-Kanlaon Observation Station in La Carlota City [4]. In fact, Phivolcs-Department of Science and Technology (DOST) stated that the volcano’s alert status has been downgraded from Alert Level 1 (abnormal) to Alert Level 0 (normal) since October 25, 2019.

Phivolcs-DOST added that Kanlaon has exhibited a general decline of monitoring parameters to normal/baseline values since June 2019. They are also monitoring the volcano using parameters like volcanic earthquake activity, ground deformation, gas emission, and visual observation of the summit. If there’s a new development in Kanlaon’s condition, Phivolcs-DOST will immediately communicate it to everyone concerned.


Go to Yoorekka to discover fun things to do in Bacolod!



References:
[1] https://bit.ly/2NMqbtR
[2] https://bit.ly/2uoudSo
[3] https://bit.ly/3aALEzH
[4] https://bit.ly/2uqYL5I

Bacolod, travel, things to do, weather

Bacolod City will have fair weather this week, but as there are still possible showers, it is best for you to ready your umbrella. Meanwhile, the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) will start the rehabilitation of reclaimed public roads in Bacolod City. In addition to that, the local government is also urging the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) to install highly visible reflectorized warning signs on public highways and roads in Bacolod City for the safety of the motorists. Lastly, when in Negros Island, you may still enjoy the view around Mt. Kanlaon as Phivolcs-Kanlaon Observation Station said that the volcano is in a normal state. Read on for the full updates.


Weather Advisory: Fair weather with some rain


Fair weather dominates this week in Bacolod City, but from Sunday to Tuesday, morning showers will be experienced. The sun will surely shine on Wednesday, but the clouds will join in on Thursday. There’s a chance for rain in the city on Friday until Saturday. For those who have plans for an outdoor getaway this weekend, make sure to check beforehand if the place is safe when the rain comes. Bacolod’s temperature for this week will run from 30 °C to 32 °C [1].


Traffic News


Public roads in Bacolod subject for rehab

Pursuant to Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) Memorandum Circular 2019-121 regarding the implementation of the clearing of roads, the City Government of Bacolod will start the improvement or rehabilitation of the reclaimed public roads in the first quarter of 2020 in Bacolod City [2].



According to Engr. Belly Aguillon, the city government will allot an estimated PhP150 million for the project. This will include improvement of the public roads and other identified areas that were reclaimed after the demolition of illegal structures. As per the directive of Bacolod City Mayor Bing Leonardia, the main thoroughfares in the city shall be prioritized. These areas are from Lopez Jaena Street, from Burgos Street to Libertad Street, and San Sebastian Street among others.

Warning signs on roads pushed

To ensure public safety, the Bacolod Sangguniang Panlungsod joined hands with the Department of Public Works and Highways to install highly visible reflectorized warning signs on public highways and roads in Bacolod City [3]. The resolution is authored by Councilor Wilson Gamboa Jr. after it was observed that road surfaces are uneven along Araneta Street starting from Brgy. Tangub to the boundaries of Brgy. Sum-ag.

Other areas seen to have an uneven road surface are Lacson Street, Burgos Street, the road to Brgy. Granada, and the road that separates the bike lanes from Alijis Road. The road signs are highly recommended for motorists, especially those in two-wheeled vehicles like motorcycles and bicycles, to avoid road accidents.



Travel Update


Phivolcs assures Mt. Kanlaon is in a normal state

Since the eruption of Taal Volcano last January 12, misleading reports about the activity of Mt. Kanlaon have also circulated on social media. However, Mt. Kanlaon is in a normal status according to Phivolcs-Kanlaon Observation Station in La Carlota City [4]. In fact, Phivolcs-Department of Science and Technology (DOST) stated that the volcano’s alert status has been downgraded from Alert Level 1 (abnormal) to Alert Level 0 (normal) since October 25, 2019.

Phivolcs-DOST added that Kanlaon has exhibited a general decline of monitoring parameters to normal/baseline values since June 2019. They are also monitoring the volcano using parameters like volcanic earthquake activity, ground deformation, gas emission, and visual observation of the summit. If there’s a new development in Kanlaon’s condition, Phivolcs-DOST will immediately communicate it to everyone concerned.


Go to Yoorekka to discover fun things to do in Bacolod!



References:
[1] https://bit.ly/2NMqbtR
[2] https://bit.ly/2uoudSo
[3] https://bit.ly/3aALEzH
[4] https://bit.ly/2uqYL5I

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