DPWH Announced that the Manila South Road in Quezon Province Will Be Completed This Year


The Duterte administration is indeed doing its best to fulfill its mandate of providing easy access to all Filipinos as the Department of Public Work and Highways announced that the Manila South Road in Quezon Province will be finished or completed within this year.


DPWH-4A confirmed that the first segment of the 7.4-kilometer Sariaya Bypass Road Project is 86-percent complete with works covering road opening, concreting, and slope protection in progress.

Director Samson Hebra of DPWH-4A was quoted as saying "With the current pace of implementation, we can possibly finish in the next few months the segment from Junction Manila South Road Daang Maharlika to Morong Bridge costing P181 million," Hebra stated.

According to the DPWH Regional Director the Sariaya Bypass Road will ease the current traffic congestion by providing alternative access from Sariaya to Lucena City and its coastal barangays located within the influence area of Quezon Ecotourism Road.

The Local Government Units (LGUs) together with DPWH Region 4-A and Quezon Second Engineering Offices are working closely in coordination with land owners to resolve right-of-way issues at Section 2 from Morong Bridge to Gibanga Bridge.

DPWH Quezon also noted that the two-lane concrete Highway provided a comfortable and leisurely trip to travelers by skipping the town centers of Sariaya in Quezon, the city center of San Pablo and Alaminos town in Laguna province, and Santo Tomas town in Batangas.

Source: Manila Bulletin

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