482M infra, facility projects to rise in Camiguin

482M infra, facility projects to rise in Camiguin

MAMBAJAO, Camiguin, March 16 (PIA) – Staying in focus on upgrading its infrastructure convenience, Camiguin lone district representative Xavier Jesus Romualdo allocated P482.25 million fund this year, released through the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH).

It is expected to facilitate smooth flow of goods and services, effective farm-to-market road accessibility, as well as to improve and develop of the island’s tourist destinations.

These projects also include the construction and replacement of drainage canal, bridges, and river control projects around its circumferential road; improvement of government buildings; waterworks systems; pedestrian overpass, airport runway and Benoni Port.

Various infrastructure projects like the construction of P64.6 million roads leading to Tuasan Falls and soda water spring; P50 million drainage system improvement in poblacion Mambajao; P42.9 million rehabilitation of flood/river control structures and more were likewise completed last year. (JCV/PIA)



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  1. Does Camiguin really need an overpass? In CDO which has so many vehicles and many students at City Central and MOGS–NO OVERPASS. How many students do they expect going up the overpass when most people will cross the road when they are still far from the school. What Mambajao need is an ordinance about speeding. Vehicles approaching Poblacion should slow down. Most jeepneys and other transportation are doing a race on who get to the terminal first. Those habal-habal also need to slow down. A monitor can be installed on the side of the road remonding them of their speed. LTO or Police officer should have a monitor in their vehicle to catch the speeders. Any violation of speed will automatically slap with a ticket.
    Poblacion of Mambajao and other municipalities doesn’t need a road widening to have a 2 lanes each way. When did it ever happened that a person is late in his work due to traffic. We never have traffic in Camiguin. I wished that they are more logical and realistic in spending the tax payers money. The intention might be good but not in Camiguin.

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