Roads lie very much at the heart of an effort to double the public infrastructure spending to 5% of GDP by 2016. The national government intends to fully pave/cement the national network by 2016, with the objective of poverty reduction. The major challenges to this effort are that the roads assessments of the national network need to be validated with independent data through third party monitoring, and that the data capture concerning sub-national road networks and investments needs to be rapidly improved through cost effective means. The Governance & TICT global practice teams propose to link currently available sources of authoritative data with readily available crowd-sourced geo-coded video & image data from mobile devices to validate the state of the Philippines road network. The proposed work will show how the ballooning capture of geographical referenced image/video "big data" overlaid with Open Data through data.gov.ph can be used to close the loops for the more transparent and accountable delivery of public road infrastructure.