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Pinaglabanan Bridge, also known as San Juan Bridge, has been reopened to motorists plying the route from San Juan to Manila and vice versa.
The perennial flooding in Malabon during rainy season is expected to subside with the recent completion of two pumping stations.
Less flooding for Imus and Bacoor cities in Cavite are expected upon completion of the River Basin Project this 2020. Residents of the low-lying areas of the cities of Imus and Bacoor can then express sighs of relief as the perennial flooding they encounter may already be a thing of the past.
Yes! The Bataan-Cavite Interlink Bridge (BCIB) Project, an ocean view mega bridge highway that provides a direct route from South Luzon to Central Luzon and vice-versa, is finally getting off the ground.
Manila has been ranked Top 8 among the World's Most Dynamic Cities, its best-ever showing since it first landed on the JLL Global Research list in 2014.
Good news for residents and tourists in the island of Mindoro! Its two provinces - Oriental Mindoro and Occidental Mindoro - will soon be connected through a mountain road that would cut the travel time by more than 60 percent.
The new Labi Bridge connecting Aurora to Nueva Ecija is now open to provide better and safer travel for motorists.
South Cotabato's five newly completed infrastructure projects are expected to improve access and productivity for small-scale farmers in Lake Sebu.