Bulacan completes P2B infrastructure projects in 2017
The district engineer of Bulacan revealed that the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has completed more than P2 billion in infrastructure projects in the province.
According to engineer Ramiro Cruz, Bulacan is expecting to attract more investments because of the province’s impressive performance in 2007.
Last year, his office recorded completed projects for 9.59 kilometers of national roads, 88 lineal meters of bridges, 31 flood control structures and 105 others, amounting to P2.093 billion.
The completed projects were in San Jose del Monte City and in the towns of Angat, San Rafael, San Ildefonso, San Miguel, Doña Remedios Trinidad, Norzagaray, Santa Maria, Marilao, Meycauayan and Obando.
“We have built roads and bridges that reduce travel time and improve road quality and safety,” Cruz said.
The completed projects also include the rehabilitation and improvement of the 41-kilometer Eastern Bulacan Road that connects the municipalities of Dona Remedios Trinidad, San Rafael, San Ildefonso and San Miguel.
Cruz said DPWH is confident that the road network will help make Bulacan the next investment and tourism destination in the country.
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