The new bridge will reportedly service up to 30,000 motorists a day through three separate openings.
The new bridge connecting Manila Chinatown and Old Manila looks just about ready to serve.
The popular thoroughfare has will be shut down to allow the DPWH to conduct repairs on the damaged drainage system in front of the Libertad pumping station in Pasay.
Motorists are advised to use alternate routes until the damage is repaired.
With over 8,000 km of new roads and highways, the master plan could elevate our infrastructure to new heights.
Driving between Chinatown and Old Manila could be a breeze through this new bridge.
An inspection has recently been done to ensure that everything is in good order.
It shall surpass the 2.16-km San Juanico Bridge.
Now, cyclists can pedal their way through this 313-km bike lane in safety.
Traveling from both business districts will be easier than before.
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NLEX Corp. president states that this project will ultimately benefit the public.
More importantly, this project will help decongest EDSA and other nearby thoroughfares.
Motorists coming from BGC will soon reach Ortigas or vice versa in just 12-minutes.
Progress on Phase 1 of the Central Luzon Link Expressway is about to be completed in time for its planned partial opening to motorists in July.
While no official announcements were made about the completion date, the DPWH has estimated it will be finished in 2022.
A 20-minute travel to the great south or vice versa will soon be possible.
Aiming to reduce the usual travel time and ease up traffic on other major roads like EDSA.
It’s a massive road network that seamlessly connects the northern and southern parts of Luzon.
The new bridge is 86% complete, and the DPWH is on schedule to open it in June 2021.
Traffic congestion on major roads like EDSA might also easen up all thanks to this.