By Mar Supnad
Clark Freeport – In a major breakthrough of accomplishments, the Engineering Department of Clark Development Corporation (CDC) reported the completion of 11.8-kilometer road that will facilitate ease of travel inside the Freeport, impressing delegates who attended ASEAN summit here.
In a report submitted to CDC President-CEO Noel F. Manankil, the Construction and Management Division of the state-owned firm said that the three major highways in Clark underwent construction have attained the completion stage. These are the Manuel A. Roxas, Claro M. Recto and Jose Abad Santos highways. The widening project costs P269 million.
New road lanes were finished here as the widening and major rehabilitation works for four major roads were completed also in time for the Association of Southeast Asian Nations meetings here. Moreover, the on-going widening of 3.4-km-Gil Puyat road leading to Mabalacat gate amounting to P122 million is set for completion this November.
The widening project is CDC’s contribution to the massive infrastructure buildup of the Duterte Administration under the Build Build Build mantra. For 2017, CDC is spending P1.3 billion from its internally-generated funds for all of its infra projects.
The additional road lanes include the six kilometers along Manuel A. Roxas Highway which was widened from two to three lanes on both side; some 2.3 kilometers at the entire stretch of Claro M. Recto Avenue of which one lane was added on each side including the rehabilitation of the drainage system; 3.5 kilometers additional one lane to the entire stretch of Jose Abad Santos Avenue. All these new lanes are now passable to all types of vehicles.
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