The Bohol Provincial Road Network Development Plan (PRNDP) is a five-year (2009-2014) development plan for the sustainable development and management of road networks in the province. The preparation of the first edition of the PRNDP is assisted by the Philippines Provincial Road Management Facility (PRMF), an Australian Government AID initiative in partnership with the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG). PRMF is an institutional reform and governance program using the road sector as an entry point.
The PRNDP is a planning tool that supports the efforts of provincial governments to increase economic activities and improve public access to infrastructure and services. Sustainable development of road networks includes prioritizing road development programs over a rolling five-year period through a participatory process involving various community stakeholders from the private and business sectors, national government agencies as well as key provincial government departments and offices. The PRNDP targets rehabilitation and sustainable maintenance of provincial roads on an annual basis and is supported by multi-year budgeting and expenditure management, underpinned by a capacity building program to improve skills, processes and systems in road development and management.
This document is divided into three major parts – Rationale and Context (covering Chapters 1 to 4), Road Condition Data, Issues, and Strategies (Chapters 5 to 6), Road Prioritization, Investments and Implementation (Chapters 7 to 12).