New Clark City’s Sacobia Bridge connecting to other Clark districts reduces travel time to 15 minutes

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Sacobia Bridge is expected to open this first quarter 2020. Photo from BCDA Group.

Whoa! Are reactions of people when they first see the stunning, modern and unique design of the rising Sacobia Bridge that runs across the Sacobia River in Bamban in the Central Luzon region.

New Clark City, the BCDA Group, and Budji Royal have recently posted on social media photos of the ongoing construction that reveal the bridge that appears as picturesque and comparable to some of the best-known bridges of the world.

Residents and travelers in the area, from New Clark City going to Metropolitan Clark districts and vice-versa, are looking forward to the opening of the bridge as construction is now revealed to be in full swing.

Sacobia Bridge is a possible “Video and Selfie” magnet as residents and travelers to the world-class New Clark City would probably flock to it and would want to capture and document their experience as they travel through this wonderful unique, structural and architectural wonder designed by multi-awarded architects Budji Royal.

The Sacobia Bridge, measuring 894 meters long and 29.5 meters wide with six lanes, is expected to reduce travel time to about 15 minutes from the world-class New Clark City and its sports hub in Tarlac to the major business districts in Metropolitan Clark in Pampanga.

BCDA announced on January 27 that Sacobia Bridge is expected to open to motorists this first quarter of 2020.

More bridges and roads have been opened and are scheduled to open this year across the nation, among the more celebrated are, the Kalibo Bridge that is the longest bridge in Western Visayas and the Mindoro Mountain Road.

SEND CHEERS to the people of Tarlac and Pampanga for this upcoming opening of the new Sacobia Bridge that reduces travel time and offers an architectural marvel!

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