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Transportation

Land Transportation

 The means of   transportation in   the Municipality of Kalamansig are tricycles, motorized pedicabs and non-motorized pedicabs plying within    Barangays Poblacion and Pag-asa. Remote barangays can be reached through motorcycles locally known as “Skylab” for hire.

 Kilometerages of Roads

The over-all total of the municipal existing roads is 258.2 kilometers which comprise 178 kilometers barangay roads, 34.3 kilometers municipal roads, 36.9 kilometers provincial roads and 9 kilometers national roads.

 Roads

Road Network by Classification and Type of Pavement SY 2009

Administrative Classification

Type of Pavement (in kilometer)

Concrete

Asphalt

Gravel

Earth

Total

National

2.970

0.110

6.530

-

9.610

Provincial

-

-

39.420

76.215

115.635

Municipal

2.255

-

2.970

29.075

34.300

Barangay

1.683

-

99.000

77.327

178.000

Source:  Municipal Engineering Office (MEO)

 This table shows that the road networks of the Municipality of Kalamansig are made of concrete, asphalt, gravel and earthly materials. The table also shows that the road networks are classified into four administrative classifications such as national roads, provincial roads, municipal roads and barangay roads.

Road Network by Classification SY 2009

Administrative Classification

Road Length by Year (in kilometer)

2007

2008

2009

National

9.610

9.610

9.610

Provincial

115.635

115.635

115.635

Municipal/ City

34.300

34.300

34.300

Barangay

178.000

178.000

178.000

Source:  Municipal Engineering Office (MEO)

 It shows that the Municipality of Kalamansig has 178.000 kilometers barangay roads, 34.300 kilometers municipal roads, 115.635 kilometers provincial roads and 9.610 kilometers national road.   These road networks have been used in the delivery of basic services to the people.

Bridges

Length of Existing Bridges by Type  CY 2009

Barangay

Type of Structures in linear meter

RCDG

Steel

Bailey

Length (L.M.)

Sta. Clara

Sebayor Bridge

 

None

 

None

 

80

Cadiz

 

Cadiz

Bridge

 

 

 

Tipudos

Bridge

 

 

None

10

 

21

 

Dumangas Nuevo

None

None

None

None

Hinalaan

None

None

None

None

Limulan

Limulan Bridge I

 

Limulan Bridge II

None

None

 

 

 

 

116.06

 

 

15

 

Obial

None

None

Obial Bridge

-

Paril

None

None

None

-

Poblacion

Kalamansig Bridge I

 

Kalamansig Bridge II

None

None

 

 

 

 

9

 

 

9

 

Pag-asa

 

None

 

 

None

 

Pag-asa Bridge

-

Sangay

None

None

None

-

Sta. Maria

None

None

None

-

Datu Ito Andong

Basiawan Bridge I

 

Basiawan Bridge II

 

None

 

 

None

None

 

 

Basiawan Bridge II

 

20

 

 

15

 

Datu Wasay

None

None

None

-

Nalilidan

Nalilidan Bridge

None

None

18

Sabanal

None

None

None

None

Source:  Municipal Engineering Office (MEO)

It shows that the road networks of the Municipality of Kalamansig are supported with different types of bridges which constructed through the partnership of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), Barangay Local Government Unit (BLGU) and Municipal Local Government Unit (MLGU). The bridges constructed in the Municipality are RCDG, Steel and Bailey Bridges. Bailey bridges are constructed by the Municipal Local Government Unit (MLGU).

Sea Transportation

List of Ports/ Fish Landing CY 2009

Name

Location

Kalamansig Domestic Port

Poblacion, Kalamansig, Sultan Kudarat

Kalamansig Fish Port

Pag-asa, Kalamansig, Sultan

Kudarat

Sta. Clara Port

Sta. Clara, Kal., Sul. Kud.

Source:  Municipal Engineering Office (MEO)

 The table shows that the Municipality of Kalamansig has two ports which could accommodate domestic fishing boats and ferries.    The domestic port located at Barangay Poblacion has the potential to become an international port because of its accessibly to any form of sea crafts.    The fishport located at Barangay Pag-asa was established in order to strengthen the effort of the Municipal Local Government Unit (MLGU) in terms of fishery development program. Sta. Clara Port has been used an alternative port for domestic fishing boat and ferries.

 Launches and other motorized bancas are   used   in  ferrying commuters and goods from the coastal towns of Kalamansig and Lebak to Cotabato City and vice-versa and from Palimbang to Kiamba in Sarangani Province.

 Utilities

Water Supply System and Sewerage

Kalamansig Water District (KALWADI)   is    the only local water district in the Municipality which provides potable water to the people of Barangays Poblacion and Pag-asa.   Other barangays depend on water pumps, open wells and artesian wells for their daily supply   of    potable water. The local government through the assistance of Mindanao Rural Development Program (MRDP) has constructed spring development projects to 11 barangays of the Municipality.

Irrigation

Sangay is the only barangay in   the Municipality   which has an irrigation facility that irrigates 300 hectares irrigable areas. The irrigation facility was governed by Communal Irrigation System (CIS) where the farmers’ irrigators associations undertake the operation and maintenance.

Power and Electrification

There are 9 barangays of the Municipality which energized by Sultan Kudarat Electric Cooperative (SUKELCO).  As of February, 2005, the total actual consumer reaches to 1,302. Other remote barangays were energized through “O Ilaw Program” of the Department Energy through the technical assistance of Sultan Kudarat Polytechnic State College (SKPSC).

 Communications

Radio System

There are no existing radio stations in Kalamansig except in the Municipality of  Lebak. However, radio broadcasts  from the Cities of Pagadian, Cotabato, and   Zamboanga are audible in most areas of Kalamansig.

 Telecommunications System

Coastal Base Communication Network (COBA  CON) is radio inter-communication groups of the Municipality which help transmit communication especially during emergency situations. Philippine Telegraph is one of the government owned telecommunication  systems in  the Municipality which also provides telecommunication service to the people.

The television system of the Municipality is provided by Kalamansig-Lebak Cable (KALECA) Inc. with 325 total subscribers. Other people are using Dream, Sun and Signal Satellite Cable for their entertainment over television.

Telephone System

Sultan Kudarat Telephone System Inc. (SKTSI) is only private   telephone system   operating in the        Municipality with 132 total subscribers as of August, 2005.   There were two cell sites available in Kalamansig such as SMART and GLOBE.

Postal Services

The Postal Office in the Municipality was manned by 1 post   master and assisted by one locally paid job-order employee.   Their services include mail or parcel money order and parcel port services.

Other Utilities and Equipment

Road Building Equipment

        Name

     Sequence

        No.

    Description, Make, Model, Size

Source

Condition

 

 

 

 

Operational

Down

Scrap

Truck Over

¾ tons

 

 

 

 

 

 

Payloader

        1

GH-30 Kumatsu

LGU

Operational

-

-

Dumptruck

        2

Elf-250

Isuzu

LGU

Operational

-

-

Dumptruck

        3

Forward-

Isuzu 6BGI

LGU

Operational

-

-

Road Grader

        4

GD 28K

Kumatsu

Congressional

Operational

-

-

Bulldozer

        5

D-65E

Kumatsu

Congressional

Operational

-

-

 

 

D-65E

Kumatsu

Congressional

-

Non-Operational

-

Grader

(2 units)

        6

MG-330

Mitsubishi

JICA

Operational

-

-

Bulldozer

(2 units)

         7

D656-12

Kumatsu

JICA

Operational

-

-

Dumptruck

(4 units)

         8

Isuzu-FTR

JICA

Operational

-

-

Wheel Loader

         9

WA 250

JICA

Operational

-

-

Excavator

        10

311B-SAJAI

JICA

Operational

-

-

Vibrator Roller

        11

SV 500

JICA

Operational

-

-

Trailer Truck

        12

Usuzu EX2

JICA

Operational

-

-

Source:    Municipal Engineering Office (MEO)

It  shows that the Municipal Local Government Unit (MLGU) is a recipient of different road building equipments which released  through the assistance of Japan International Cooperation Agreement (JICA).   These heavy equipments are utilized by the MLGU in the construction, rehabilitation and maintenance of Farm to Market Road (FMR) Projects in the Municipality.

Installed Power Supply

List of Existing Power Generating Plant CY 2009

Name of Power Plant

Location

Type

Installed Capacity (MW)

1.  Landbased

Sta. Maria,

-

-

Power Plant

Kal., Sul. Kud.

 

 

 

 

 

 

2. Power Barge

Pag-asa, Kal.,

-

1.2


Sul. Kud.



Source: National Power Corporation (NPC)

The table shows that the Municipality of Kalamansig is energized by two existing power generating plant located at Barangays Sta. Maria and Pag-asa.   These two power generating plant provide twenty hours electricity which operate under the management of National Power Corporation (NPC).

Barangay Hall Inventory CY 2009

Name of Barangay

Number and Type of Structure

Permanent

Temporary

Poblacion

1

-

Pag-asa

1

-

Nalilidan

1

-

Sta. Clara

1

-

Paril

1

-

Sangay

1

-

Datu ito Andong

1

-

Dumangas Nuevo

1

-

Sta. Maria

1

-

Cadiz

1

-

Obial

1

-

Limulan

1

-

Hinalaan

1

-

Sabanal

1

-

Datu Wasay

1

-

TOTAL

15

-

Source: Office of the Municipal Planning & Development Coordinator

This table shows that 15 barangays of the Municipality established  their Barangay Hall through the used of their appropriated infrastructure funds or financial extended by the Municipal and Provincial Local Government Unit. The Barangay Hall is the place where barangay officials could exercised their function in local governance.

Waiting Shed Inventory CY 2009

Name of Barangay

Number and Type of Structure

Remarks

Permanent

Temporary

Poblacion

4

-

Operational

Pag-asa

-

5

Operational

Nalilidan

-

-

-

Sta. Clara

-

-

-

Paril

-

-

-

Sangay

-

-

-

Datu Ito Andong

-

-

-

Dumangas Nuevo

1

-

Operational

Sta. Maria

1

-

Operational

Cadiz

-

-

-

Obial

1

-

Operational

Limulan

-

-

-

Hinalaan

-

-

-

Sabanal

-

-

-

Datu Wasay

-

1

Operational

TOTAL

7

6

 

Source: Office of the Municipal Planning & Development Coordinator

 The table shows that Barangay Poblacion has the highest number of waiting sheds constructed by the Municipal Local Government Unit (MLGU). The table also shows that these are operational and useful to the needs of the public.

Health Station Inventory CY 2009

Name of Barangay

Barangay Health Station

No. of Brgy. w/o

Permanent

Temporary

Health Station

Poblacion

1

-

None

Pag-asa

1

-

None

Nalilidan

1

-

None

Sta. Clara

1

-

None

Paril

1

-

None

Sangay

1

-

None

Datu Ito Andong

1

-

None

Dumangas Nuevo

1

-

None

Sta. Maria

1

-

None

Cadiz

1

-

None

Obial

1

-

None

Limulan

1

-

None

Hinalaan

1

-

None

Sabanal

1

-

None

Datu Wasay

1

-

None

TOTAL

15

-

 

Source: Office of the Municipal Planning & Development Coordinator

It shows that 15 barangays of the Municipality have their own Health Center with 1 assigned midwife and Barangay Health Workers. The Health Center caters the medical needs of the community especially among pregnant women.

Internet Cafe and Service

Provider Inventory CY 2009

Name of Internet Cafe

Service Provider/Server

Location

PC Bunker

Internet Café

Pob., K.S.K.

D’ Lengues

Internet Café

Pob., K.S.K.

Jeden @ Net

Internet Café

Pag-asa K.S.K.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Source: Municipal Planning and Development Office (MPDO)

It shows that the Municipality of Kalamansig has 3 internet café and service provider which located at Barangays Poblacion and Pag-asa.    Through these establishments, the people enable to avail internet services.

 

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