Bikers to enjoy bike lanes in Clark by July – CDC
The construction of bike lanes at the Clark Freeport is expected to be finished by July, according to the Clark Development Corp. (CDC).
A Sun Star Pampanga report cited the update on the project called “New Clark City Non-Motorized Transport System to Clark Freeport Zone” by CDC’s Engineering Services Group (ESG) – Construction Management Division (CMD).
The project was planned and designed by CDC- ESG and supported by the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA), according to the report.
Construction of the bike lanes began on February 23 and is expected to be completed in July.
The report said the lanes cover the area from the corner of C.M. Recto Avenue and Creekside road going to Panday Pira Avenue rotunda to Mabalacat Gate, and from Gil Puyat Avenue to Prince Balagtas Avenue at the Marcos Village in the freeport.
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