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The DOTC logo, an eagle within a circular background part of which is a five-cogged wheel, represents three things: transportation, communications, and the ultimate goal of the Department. The eagle, our national bird, is large and striking, graceful in flight, and free – the embodiment of what the country wants its transportation and communications to be, big enough in scale and scope to transport the largest possible number of people in comfort and ease to any point in the archipelago; the heights the eagle can reach represent the optimum position for communications – the greater the height, the more areas and people it can serve.

The circular emblem symbolizes unity of purpose and an unbroken chain of service and dedication. It alludes to the wheel and movement, signifying progress. An eagle, symbolic of air and sky, and soaring high and fast over sea and land within a circular backdrop of blue (depth and stability), represents an undying commitment to provide viable, efficient, and dependable transportation and communications systems as effective instruments for a unified nation. A nation, unified, can soar to whatever heights it aims for.

About Us

The Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) is the primary policy, planning, programming, coordinating, implementing and administrative entity of the executive branch of the government on the promotion, development and regulation of a dependable and coordinated network of transportation and communications systems, as well as in the fast, safe, efficient and reliable transportation and communications services.

Know more about DOTC

Did You Know...

  • that the DOTC is the biggest among the executive departments?

    The Department covers road, rail, air, water and communications sectors. To carry out its mandate, the Department has fifteen (15) attached agencies / corporations and three (3) line / sectoral offices.

    Please visit the sectoral and attached agencies, to know more about the Department.

Contact Us

The Columbia Tower
Ortigas Avenue, Barangay Wack-wack
Mandaluyong City 1555

Trunk line: 727.7960 to 69

Public Assistance Center:
7890 | Online Complaint Form

DOTC-Gender & Development Desk

Fax Number: 723.4925


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