Clark Highway Exit Clarkton Hotel Angeles City
Since 1 May 2017 our customer are at the most close location to Clark Air Base. The Clark Development Corporation (CDC) pursues various road projects meant to improve traffic surrounding the Freeport Zone. CDC Assistant Vice President for Technical Services Teresito Tiotuyco said construction is now ongoing for the Php176 million-bridge along Clark-Mabalacat-Angeles Road. It is set to open to motorists by October this year. “Aside from this, we will also open a new side gate from the M.A. Roxas Highway leading to the Clarkview area along Don Juico Street in Angeles City. It will help ease the vehicular traffic at the Main and Friendship gates of the Freeport,” Tiotuyco added. Requests were also relayed to CDC to aid in the construction and improvement of some peripheral roads in Barangay Malabanias, Angeles City, which could possibly improve the flow of traffic in the nearby communities in Clark. Another project the state-run firm is also egging on is the intersection along MacArthur Highway connecting the Mabalacat Gate to the Sta. Ines entry and exit points of the North Luzon Expressway.
MANILA, Philippines – Ride-share app Uber is looking at rolling out its service in Angeles City in Pampanga to offer more people another convenient transport option. In a statement, Uber said it recently held a meeting with the local government of Angeles City to discuss the potential launch of its services in the area. “We’re always looking for opportunities to keep the Philippines moving. We can’t wait to bring Uber to Angeles City so we can provide its residents and visitors with a safe, convenient and reliable transport option,” Uber Philippines general manager Laurence Cua said.
Angeles City Mayor Edgardo Pamintuan expressed support to the plan to bring Uber’s services to the city.
Pamintuan said residents and tourists currently have limited mobility options.  “Uber’s services will fill a gap and serve a clear public need,” he said. Founded in 2009, the ride-share app is currently available in more than 600 cities worldwide.  (The Philippine Star)