Bataan governor leads team for Manila Bay Bridge project
Bataan Governor Albert Garcia expressed a strong commitment to making the Manila Bay Bridge project a reality.
Recently, representatives from the provincial government met with officials from the CSCEC Strait Construction and Development Co, Ltd. and other concerned sectors to discuss the plan for the 20-kilometer mega bridge, which is intended to be the longest bridge in the country.
Gov. Garcia, Vice Gov. Cris Garcia, members of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan, some PGB department heads, representatives of CSCEC Strait Construction and Development Co, Ltd. and other concerned sectors were present in the meeting held on Wednesday, November 29.
“This trip is important because we’re gonna be working on a very valuable project that may greatly contribute to the development of the ‘one belt, one road’,” said Garcia.
The Manila Bay Bridge project aims to connect fast-growing economies of Regions I, II, III, CAR, NCR, IV-A, and V.
It will link the network of existing and integrated roads on the north and south of Metro Manila, which will allow efficient movement of people, goods, and services.
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