Motorists who frequent the Manila-Cavite Expressway (CAVITEX) will be happy to know that the Cavitex Infrastructure Corporation (CIC), a subsidiary of the Metro Pacific Tollway Corporation (MPTC)has just completed its road maintenance project. The P78 million project was aimed at rehabilitating the roadway and tackled the repair of pavement fractures, distortions, and disintegration of certain elements along the expressway. The areas that were focused on were the Bacoor access points of the roadway along with the 1km portion of the mainline carriageway from Wawa bridge to the Zapote interchange, both on the Cavite and Manila bound sides.
Bonita continues by stating that, “Despite challenges brought about by the pandemic, we continue to invest in projects that will ensure safety and convenience of our toll road users.”
The Philippine Reclamation Authority (PRA) general manager and CEO, Atty. Janilo Rubiato, also chimes in and has stated that the “PRA and CIC are fully committed to providing a safe and high-quality expressway for our motorists.” Rubiato further adds “We ensure that they get what they pay for in terms of safety, ease, and convenience in traveling through Cavitex. Hence, we considered the high-maintenance project a must to live up to that commitment, and with the results we now see and experience in the toll road, we consider it money well spent.”
With all of these improvements to the expressway, motorists can not only expect a much smoother ride along the roadway but a safer one as well thanks to the addition of better road markings. As CAVITEX is a popular route to take for those going to the Cavite area, having it in top condition is always beneficial especially for a roadway that encounters a huge volume of traffic.