a) Rural Transit f) Public Utility Jeepneys
b) Super 5 g) Vans
c) Pabama Express h) Motorelas
d) Bomer Express i) Habal-habal
e) Speedzone j) Multicab
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c) MORESCO I
a) Don Carlos
c) Malaybalay City
d) Manolo Fortich
f) Valencia City
a.3) Sun Cellular
Transportation and Road Network
Bukidnon is a landlocked province, thus the movement of its people, goods and the delivery of basic services and its circulation system relies mainly on its road network and corresponding bridge linkages between bodies of water.
Bukidnon’s road network has a total length of 8,592.52 kilometers. About 9.33 % is classified as national roads, 9.91 % provincial roads, 7.85 % municipal and 72.91 % barangay roads. The entire road network is composed of 3% asphalt, 18% concrete, 56% gravel and 23% earth. The bridges within Bukidnon’s road network has a total length of 12,348.24 linear meters, of which 40% are RCDG/Presidential, 9 % are steel, 10% are bailey, 4 % are timber bridges while 37 % are foot/hanging bridges.
Accessibility to major places in Bukidnon has greatly improved with the continuing upgrading and development of roads that link entry points, service and commercial centers in the province.
New roads connecting barangays/municipal/provincial roads and national highways are being constructed and expanded. This development supports the establishment of agriculture and tourism based facilities in other areas of the province.
The proposed Bukidnon International Airport Development Project to be situated in Maraymaray, Don Carlos Bukidnon which will develop the first airport facility on Bukidnon. It envisions opening up Central Mindanao to more economic activities as well as enhancing the tourism industry of Bukidnon as it serves as a gateway for major tourist destinations in Bukidnon from other parts of the country and abroad.
The realization of the Bukidnons’ first ever Airport would attract more investors and tourist especially now that the Laguindingan airport in Cagayan de Oro is far from the province. Agriculture products will be directly transported to other places lessening damage to produce cause especially with high values crops.
All the cities and municipalities have access to mobile phone service, although there are still some with dead spots. Modern communication system provides greater accessibility both for local and international linkages. This is made possible by four (4) service providers namely Globe, TM, Smart and Sun Cellular. Access to telecommunication services by cities and some municipalities can be also made easy through PLDT/PHILCOM. Municipalities or areas not connected by landlines or with dead spots can be reached by hand-held radios. Putting up additional cell sites for most of the municipalities is important since these municipalities also do not have access to landline/ telephone services. Map 14 shows the existing cell sites/towers in the province.