CEBU

Capitol pours P322M for infra, road projects in northern Cebu

Cebu Provincial Capitol (File photo)

THE Cebu Provincial Government is pouring in at least P322 million worth of infrastructure and road projects in the City of Bogo and municipalities of San Remigio, Medellin, and Daanbantayan.

The majority of these projects are concreting and improvement of road sections. In a broadcast report by Sugbo News on March 1, Cebu Governor Gwendolyn Garcia said that these road projects will boost the tourism sector of these areas.

She said that proper and improved roads contribute to the opening up of economic activities in the countryside, which are aligned with the Enhanced Countryside Development program of Capitol.

Here’s the latest list of projects for northern Cebu based on Sugbo News’ March 1 broadcast report:



City of Bogo



• P10 million for the new General Services-Engineering Office building of the Bogo City Hall

• P57.96 million for the repair and improvement of the Libertad-Pandan-Odlot road section (7 kilometers)



San Remigio



• P11 million for the construction of two-storey, six-classroom Cebu Technological University building



Concreting and improvement of the following road sections:



• P65.98 million for the Dapdap-Toong-Batad road section and Toong-Tambongon road section (both segments total 5.7 kilometers)

• P19.41 million for the Maño-Cayam road section



Medellin



• P11.76 million for the concreting and improvement of the Curva-Tindog road section



Daanbantayan



• P14 million for the construction of the Kandaya arcade and Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction Center



Concreting and improvement of the following road sections:

• P48.11 million for the Bateria-Libertad road section

• P7.2 million for the Tominjao road section

• P14.7 million for the Tominjao-Lanao-Poblacion road section

• P54.85 million for the Maya-Talisay provincial road

• P1 million for the Barangay Punta road section

• P6 million for the Poblacion causeway

(NRC)


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