SRNH

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SRNHStrong Republic Nautical Highway (Philippines)
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Socrates said police officers were manning their checkpoint along the Strong Republic Nautical Highway in Barangay (village) Balete when they received a phone call from Gloria Vice Mayor Ramon Solas about a white closed van loaded with armed men who were allegedly engaged in vote-buying and harassment of voters at the Core Housing.
Aside from improving the road network system in Metro Cebu for economic and social development, the road improvement project was also a part of then President Arroyo's long-term goal of achieving a seamless, efficient and cheaper means of transportation for people and goods through the Strong Republic Nautical Highway.
The system was part of the 919-kilometer Strong Republic Nautical Highway that connected the major islands of Luzon, the Visayas and Mindanao through an integrated network of highway and vehicular ferry routes.
It is a fact that the economic growth and tourism development of Region-7 was a direct result of then president Gloria Arroyo's Strong Republic Nautical Highway (SRNH).
The system was part of the 919-kilometer Strong Republic Nautical Highway that connected the major islands of Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao through an integrated network of highway and vehicular ferry routes.
Suspect Recardo Gusi, 42, was nabbed in the checkpoint set up along the Strong Republic Nautical Highway in Barangay (village) Teresita about 3:45 a.m.
The missionary routes promote the Strong Republic Nautical Highway System (SRNHS) and is part of the 10-Year Maritime Industry Development Plan (MID) which is to upgrade the domestic shipping in support of the Nautical Highway Development.
Eventually named the Strong Republic Nautical Highway, it linked the archipelago using three "highway" systems running from Luzon to Mindanao.
The Ro-Ro system was part of the Arroyo administration's 919-kilometer Strong Republic Nautical Highway meant to connect the major islands through an integrated network of highway and vehicular ferry routes.
Even before the Strong Republic Nautical Highway was institutionalized by former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, it served the function of being a transit point to southern Philippines.
The system was part of the 919-kilometer Strong Republic Nautical Highway that connected the major islands of Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao through an integrated network of highway and vehicular ferry routes.
Meanwhile, the Public Safety Department of Calapan said Bucayao and Panggalaan roads, along the Strong Republic Nautical Highway, were not passable as of this writing due to flood.