Cebu infra projects cost P1.9-B

CEBU CITY - The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has already spent P1.9 billion for various infrastructure projects in Cebu for this year as part of its P3.7-billion fund for the entire province.

As of May 31, the DPWH 7 has already completed 45 infrastructure projects, has 18 ongoing, and 13 that have not yet been started. Most of the completed projects are road concreting.

Another P1.8 billion is being allocated for the construction of flyovers in Cebu City, which has been drawing opposition from various groups.

Projects completed under the Cebu City District Engineering Office are located at M. Cuenco Avenue, Mabini-Lopez Jaena St., Carlock St., Tupas St., 8th St., N. Bacalso Ave. (Cebu South), Gov. Cuenco Ave, C. Padilla St., and Cebu Circumferential Road (F. Llamas St).

Those projects completed under Cebu First Engineering District were the two road projects in Toledo-Tabuelan-San Remigio Road, two Cebu North Hagnaya Wharf road projects, three Antonio Y de Pio road projects, Daanbantayan Port, and Olive Bridge construction.

Completed road projects under Cebu 2nd District Engineering District are the two in Cebu South Coastal Road and the two concrete road pavement of Sibonga-Dumanjug Road and two in N. Bacalso Ave (Cebu South Road).

Those completed under the Cebu 3rd Engineering District are Pinamungahan Cadre Road, Toledo-Pinamungahan-Aloguinsan-Mantalongon Road, Cebu-Toledo Wharf Road, Carcar-Barili Road and Toledo-Tabuelan-San Remegio road.

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