LGU Tagum inaugurates new transport terminal – Mindanao Times
TAGUM CITY – THE CITY Government inaugurated here the third modular building of the Integrated Land Transport Terminal of Tagum (TOTIT) located in Barangay Magugpo West on October 28, 2021.
No less than Mayor Allan L. Rellon led the blessing and dedication of the terminal which aims to help solve the problem of bus congestion in existing buildings with the provision of 12 additional bus bays.
This costly infra-project worth 30 million pesos was financed and built by the government of the city of Tagum under the loan agreement with the Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP).
Rellon in an interview highlighted the need to expand the existing Tagum terminal to keep up with its ever-growing and developing landscape, which has led to it becoming a highly urbanized city.
This new 2-story terminal adjacent to the two-module terminal buildings also housed essential facilities such as a clinic, breastfeeding corner, large waiting room, offices, conference room and conference rooms. public comfort.
In her welcome message, Deputy Mayor Eva Lorraine Estabillo expressed her joy at the completion of the Module 3 terminal project and was happy that the small business owners of Tagum also have business opportunities with the booths and kiosks. food available for hire.
Besides buses, another enterprising element of the terminal for the Tagum city government is the inclusion of separate air-conditioned dormitories for travelers who want an affordable and comfortable stay in Tagum.
Meanwhile, a fourth building is currently being constructed at Barangay Madaum which will serve as an intermodal terminal and serve buses connecting Davao Oriental and parts of Davao de Oro to the rest of the Davao region and vice versa. JP Cordovero / CIO Tagum