DPWH finishes 2 connectivity projects in Nueva Ecija
The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) announced that it has completed two connectivity projects that will bring convenience to motorists traveling from Sto. Domingo to the towns of Aliaga and Talavera.
Nueva Ecija’s first district OIC engineer Armando Manabat said the two projects with a total funding of P468-million under the 2021 General Appropriations Act are now open to motorists.
“The DPWH firmly believes that the newly built roads and bridges will greatly contribute to the enhancement of inter-town connectivity in this part of Nueva Ecija,” he added.
The construction of the 2.20-kilometer road and the 90.80-meter bridge that traverse barangay Dolores in Sto. Domingo and barangay San Carlos in Aliaga received a budget of P233.5 million.
A total of P234.4-million was released by the national government for the construction of a 2.40-kilometer road including the 153.50-meter bridge that now connects Barangay San Agustin in Sto. Domingo and Barangay Pag-asa in Talavera.
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