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Special Local Road Fund
Special Local Road Fund
Special Local Road Fund
Special Local Road Fund
Special Local Road Fund
Special Local Road Fund
Special Local Road Fund
Special Local Road Fund
Special Local Road Fund
Special Local Road Fund
Special Local Road Fund
Special Local Road Fund
Special Local Road Fund
Special Local Road Fund
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  • 1. Speci al Local Road Fund
  • 2. Where is “SLRF “ situated in the DILG’s Overall Outcome Framework ?
  • 3. Who can avail of SLRF? Section 7 of the Motor Vehicle User’s Charge (MVUC) Act of 2000 says that “All Provincial and City Governments can avail of the SLRF”
  • 4. How is SLRF apportioned? The Road Board approved during its 72nd meeting the new criteria for SLRF allocation:  30% Performance Index  20% Vehicle Population Index  50% Road Length Index The fund is apportioned to 80 Provinces and 138 Cities using the formula: LGU allocation = Annual SLRF [0.30 P.I. +0.20 VHI Level of + 0.50 RLI] Expenditures
  • 5. What projects are eligible for funding under SLRF? •(a) road maintenance and the improvement of road drainage, •(b) for the installation of adequate and efficient road safety devices and •(c) traffic management
  • 6. How are the LGU projects funded?  DILG reviews the submitted LGU IPWs and prepares the consolidated list of LGU Projects for funding.  The Consolidated List of Projects is submitted to the RB for deliberation and approval.  Upon approval of the Road Board, DBM will issue the SARO and NCA of the approved projects.
  • 7. How are the LGUs informed of its allocation?  The Road Board approves the SLRF apportionment based on the criteria and set level of expenditure.  DILG Central Office issues Memorandum to its Regional Offices to disseminate the information to LGUs of their apportionment and requiring the LGU to submit their Individual Program of Works within the set deadline.  LGUs usually are given at least one month to prepare their Programs of Work.
  • 8. Road Board Composition Chairman – Secretary, DPWH Members: DOTC – Secretary DBM – Secretary DOF – Secretary Private Sector – 3 Representatives
  • 9. New Requirements a.Projects for Funding There would be 4 documents for submission 1. Individual Program of Works 2. Detailed Cost Estimates 3. Detailed Plans a. straight line diagram b. Vicinity map 4. Pictures Submission: Not later than Nov 15
  • 10. New Requirements b.Inventory of Roads (50%) There would only be 4 road surface type instead of 6 1. Asphalt 2. Concrete 3. Gravel 4. Earth Submission of inventory – 2nd week of December
  • 11. c. Performance Assessment Rating (30%) The Road Board approved during its 72nd meeting the new criteria for SLRF allocation: 1. Local Road Management & Performance Assessment Tool (LRMPAT) 2. SGH Compliant (Internal with DILG) d. Vehicle Population Index (20%)
  • 12. What are the issues & concerns in the implementation of SLRF?  Delayed release of fund by the DBM.  Slow implementation of projects by the LGUs.  Non-submission/delayed submission of monthly LGU reports to DPWH copy furnished DILG on or before 25th of every month.
  • 13. Updates in the implementation of SLRF 1. As a new policy of the RB, only the LGUs that have fully liquidated their previous SLRF releases shall be issued with new SARO by DBM 2. Based on the MVUC Law, the SGH Compliance of the LGUs will be an internal policy of the DILG.
  • 14. OFFICE OF PROJECT DEVELOPMENT SERVICES Special Local Road Fund Imelda D. Basilio SLRF Regional Coordinator

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