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Bulacan gov’t lists P2B completed infrastructure projects

Feb 23, 2018 @ 9:34

Bulacan Second District Engineering Office reported the completion of P2.093-billion road works in 2017.

Infrastructure projects listed by the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) include the completion of 19.59 kilometers of national roads, 88 lineal meters of bridges, 31 flood control structures, and 105 other infrastructure projects.

According to District Engineer Ramiro Cruz, the towns who benefited from the DPWH projects are San Jose Del Monte City, Angat, San Rafael, San Ildefonso, San Miguel, Doña Remedios Trinidad, Norzagaray, Sta. Maria, Marilao, Meycauayan, and Obando.

“We have built roads and bridges that reduced travel time and improve road quality and safety, and constructed dikes, seawalls, river control, revetment and drainage canals that will protect lives and properties from effect of natural disasters,” Cruz said.

Among the priority projects are the P105 million worth of farm-to-market roads that spans 12.24 kilometer and 88 units of school buildings worth P1.297 nillion.

According to Cruz, the infrastructure projects are part of the provincial government’s effort to make Bulacan the next investment and tourism destination in Central Luzon.

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