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Infrastructure & Utilities

A.  TRANSPORTATION

Facilities

Number

1.   Roads (as of 2011)

a.       National Roads (KM)

-  Concrete - 223.168kms;  Gravel - 18.468kms; Asphalt - 71.863kms

b.       Provincial Roads (KM)

-  Concrete - 370.8355 kms;  Gravel - 511.9982kms; Earth - 14.431km; Asphalt - 0.020km

 

313.499

 

 

897.285

2.    Bridges (number)

a.       National

b.       Provincial

 

 

93

101

3.      Land Transportation

a.       Registered vehicles

b.       License issued

c.       Total collection from fines on law enforcement (PhP)

 

35,993

16,947

2,203,795.00

4.     Airports

a.       Existing airports (Calapan, Pinamalayan)

b.       Aircraft movements

-  Private/commercial aircraft landed (Calapan)

-  Government including military craft

 

2

 

340

3

5.    Sea Ports

a.       National ports (Calapan, Roxas)

b.       Municipal ports (2 in Puerto Galera; 1 each in Calapan, Pinamalayan, Mansalay, Bulalacao, Bansud and Pola)

 

6.   RO-RO vessels

 

7.   Fast craft

 

8.  Shipping company

 

9.  Ship calls

 

10. Passengers

a.       Disembarked

b.       Embarked

 

11.  Cargo  (MT)

a.       Inbound

b.       Outbound

 

2

8

 

 

20

 

3

 

9

 

15,906

 

 

2,332,706

2,167,865

 

581,814.46

1,400,238.06

BCOMMUNICATION

1.    Newspapers (Coverage-Or. Mindoro and Southern Tagalog)

a.       Island Sentinel                                                  e.  Mindoro Bulletin

b.       Mahalta News Update                                   f.  Mindoro Weekly Reporter

c.       Island Observer                                               g.  Halcon Star

d.       Deretsahan News                                            h.  Island Profiles

2.    Post Office                                                                        -              15

3.    Telegraphic Services

a.       Telegraphic transfer office                         -              4

b.      Office handling social telegraph               -              10

4.   Wireless Service Providers

City/ Municipality

No. of cellsites

Smart Communications

Globe Telecom

Digitel (SunCellular)

Baco

1

1

1

Bansud

2

1

 

Bongabong

1

1

 

Bulalacao

1

1

 

Calapan City

4

9

1

Gloria

2

1

 

Mansalay

1

1

 

Naujan

3

4

1

Pinamalayan

4

1

1

Pola

1

1

 

Puerto Galera

3

5

1

Roxas

2

3

 

San Teodoro

1

1

 

Socorro

1

2

 

Victoria

2

2

1

TOTAL

29

34

6

5.    Telephone Companies (landline)

              a.       Calapan Telephone System, Inc.               -              Calapan City, Puerto Galera, Victoria,  Socorro, Pinamalayan, Bongabong, Roxas

              b.      Globe Telecom                                               -                Calapan City, Puerto Galera, Naujan, Victoria, Socorro, Pinamalayan, Bongabong, Roxas

6.      Internet Service Providers

a.       Calapan Telephone System, Inc.  (CATSI)     -     Calapan City, Pinamalayan, Bongabong

b.       Dalcan Technologies                                     -              Calapan City, Puerto Galera

c.       Smart Communications                                     -        Provincewide

d.       Globe Telecom                                    -         Calapan City, Puerto Galera,   Naujan, Victoria,Pinamalayan                 

e.       Tamaraw Vision  Net, Inc.                           -             Calapan City

7.    Radio Stations and Cable TV Networks by Municipality

City/ Municipality

FM Radio Station

Cable Television Network

City/ Municipality

FM Radio Station

Cable Television Network

1st District

 

 

2nd District

 

 

Baco

-

1

Pinamalayan

1

2

San Teodoro

-

1

Gloria

-

1

Puerto Galera

-

1

Bansud

-

1

Calapan City *

4

2

Bongabong

1

1

Naujan

1

1

Roxas

1

1

Victoria

1

1

Mansalay

-

1

Socorro

-

2

Bulalacao

-

1

Pola

-

1

 

 

 

Total

6

10

Total

3

8

8.    Ratio of postal employees to total household population

Province/Municipality

Projected household population

No. of postal employees

Ratio

Baco

7,225

-

-

Bansud

7,808

1

1:7,808

Bongabong

13,616

1

1:13,616

Bulalacao/Mansalay

17,963

1

1:17,963

Calapan City

25,636

13

1:1,972

Gloria/Pinamalayan/Pola

31,885

2

1:15,943

Naujan

19,356

1

1:19,356

Puerto Galera

7,038

2

1:3,519

Roxas

10,355

1

1:10,355

San Teodoro

3,249

-

-

Socorro

7,717

1

1:7,717

Victoria

9,895

1

1:9,895

Oriental Mindoro

161,646

24

1:6,735

              Source:  Phiilippine Postal Corporation, 2012

CWATER

1.    Level III Systems by City/Municipality

City/ Municipality

Water System

Calapan City

Calapan Water Works System   and Dev't Corporation

Baco

Pag-asa Water System

Bansud

-

Bongabong

Bongabong Waterworks  System, Formon Waterworks System, Labasan Waterworks System, San Isidro Waterworks System

Bulalacao

Campaasan Water System;  Nasukob Water System; Milagrosa Water System                   

Gloria

Tambong Water System; Malamig Water System

Mansalay

Mansalay Water System

Naujan

Naujan Water District

Pinamalayan

Pinamalayan Water District

Pola

Pola Water District

Puerto Galera

Puerto Galera Waterworks Office

Roxas

Roxas Water District; Cantil Waterworks Association

San Teodoro

-         

Socorro

Socorro Water System

Victoria

San Gabriel Water System

        

      Source:  Provincial Planning and Development Office, 2012

2. Population by Type of Water Facility and Urbanity

Type of Water Facility

Total

Urban

Rural

Community Water System - Owned

84,680

20,486

64,194

Community Water System - Shared

96,117

10,476

85,641

Deep well - owned

57,240

10,499

46,741

Deep well - shared

120,095

17,898

102,197

Artesian well - owned

52,150

5,560

46,590

Artesian well - shared

86,165

7,057

79,108

Dug/shallow well - owned

18,951

525

18,426

Dug /shallow well - shared

32,196

1,143

31,053

River, stream, lake, spring bodies of water

61,264

2,007

59,257

Bottled Water

4,792

1,883

2,909

Tanker Truck/Peddler

59,111

21,620

37,491

Other

3,433

356

3,077

Total

676,194

99,510

576,684


 

Source: Community Based Monitoring System Survey, 2008

3. Potential Water Sources

                a.       Surface Water (rivers, streams, lakes) are available in the main river of Oriental Mindoro and in the vast Naujan Lake.

                b.       Groundwater

4. Watershed Areas

a.       Baco-Bucayao Watershed (Baco, San Teodoro)

b.       Mag-Asawang Tubig Watershed (Victoria)

c.       Pola Watershed (Socorro)

d.       Bongabong Watershed (Bongabong, Bansud, Mansalay & Roxas)

e.       Mayabig Community Watershed (Bayanan, Baco)

f.        Sabang Community  Watershed (Sabang, Pinamalayan)

g.       Lancawan Community Watershed (Conrazon, Bansud)

D.  POWER

      1. Status of Electrification

City/ Municipality

Barangays

House Connections

Members Approved

Covered

Energized

%

Baco

27

27

100

6,081

5,623

Bansud

13

13

100

6,181

5,645

Bongabong

36

36

100

10,935

9,983

Bulalacao

15

15

100

2,898

2,957

Calapan City

62

62

100

37,153

27,353

Gloria

27

27

100

7,093

6,863

Mansalay

17

17

100

4,579

4,581

Naujan

70

70

100

19,221

17,740

Pinamalayan

37

37

100

16,324

14,618

Pola

23

23

100

5,463

5,897

Puerto Galera

13

13

100

2,054

5,494

Roxas

20

20

100

8,831

7,864

San Teodoro

8

8

100

3,092

2,697

Socorro

26

26

100

7,250

6,474

Victoria

32

32

100

10,194

8,734

 TOTAL

426

426

100

147,349

132,523

 2.   Total Dependable Capacity                      -              32.5MW

3.  Maximum Power Demand                          -              30.3MW

4.  Present Sources of Power

Power Plant

Installed Capacity

Dependable Capacity

Location

1.    NPC-Agrekko

21 MW

15 MW

Sta. Isabel, Calapan City

2.    Global Power Corporation

7.2 MW

6 MW

Papandayan, Pinamalayan

3.    Dulangan Mini-Hydro

1.6 MW

1.2 MW

Paitan, Naujan

4.    ORMIN Power, Inc.

6.8 MW

6.4 MW

Sta. Isabel, Calapan City

5.     Linao Cawayan Mini-Hydro

2.1 MW

1.6 MW

Calangatan, San Teodoro

MGC - Calapan

8.8 MW

7.1 MW

Sta. Isabel, Calapan City

MGC - Bongabong

4.5 MW

2.2 MW

Labasan, Bongabong

5.  Power Substations

 

Power Substations [ORMECO]

 

MVA RATING

Ownership

Calapan City

30 MVA

NPC

Bansud

-

-

Pinamalayan

Directtapto Global

Global Power

Naujan

5 MVA

ORMECO

Roxas

5 MVA

ORMECO

Socorro-Pola

5 MVA

ORMECO

Puerto Galera

10 MVA

ORMECO

Bongabong

3-833KVA

ORMECO                                                              


6.  Breakdown of actual connections

 

a.  Commercial

-

9,277

b.  Residential

-

117,947

c.  Industrial

-

126

d.  Public Buildings

-

3,102

e.  Street Lights

-

566

f.  Barangay Power Associations

-

1,198

TOTAL

 

132,216

              Source:   Oriental Mindoro Electric Cooperative,Inc., 2012