The Department of Public Works and Highway - Cordillera Administrative Region (DPWH-CAR) announced Kennon Road will be closed to vehicular traffic until 7 p.m. of October 3.
DPWH-CAR Director Danilo Dequito said that Kennon Road will not be passable due to the on-going bridge construction at Camp 5.
With this, motorists are advised to take the following alternative routes: (1) Rosario-Pugo-Baguio Road; (2) Naguilian Road; or (3) Marcos Highway.
On the other hand, a portion of Urdaneta Junction Dagupan Road in Calasiao, Pangasinan will also be closed to traffic on October 1 and 2.
The said portion will be closed because the steel girder of the on-going overpass rehabilitation project in front of Robinson’s Place will be launched. Of note, DPWH Pangasinan 4th District Engineering Office is implementing the rehabilitation of the the pedestrian overpass in the amount of P13 Million.
As a result, DPWH said that all buses and light vehicles are advised to turn right, while those heading to Sta. Barbara should turn left at Robinson’s.
Meanwhile, 6 wheeler trucks and heavy equipment vehicles are advised to take Parongking-Tebeng Road.
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