New Passenger Terminal Access Road, Now 75% Done
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New Passenger Terminal Access Road, Now 75% Done

Jul 10, 2024, 3:03 AM
OpinYon Panay News Team

OpinYon Panay News Team


It's now finally moving at a faster pace!

After the Tacloban International Airport fiasco, everything appeared to be moving at a satisfying speed including access roads from the controversial airport to parts of the region.

As of the latest report from the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), the access road linking San Jose to the new passenger terminal building at Daniel Z. Romualdez Airport is at 75 percent completion.

With a bigger airport and boost in local tourism, it is expected the facility would accommodate more passengers, locals and tourists.

The road was designed to improve connectivity and accessibility to the terminal, promising smoother traffic flow and enhanced transportation efficiency, affirmed DPWH.

Spanning 1.150 kilometers, this upgraded access road will provide the most convenient route for passengers traveling to and from Daniel Z. Romualdez Airport, ensuring reduced travel time for vehicles and an enhanced overall traffic flow.

With a contract cost of P14,682,455.41, many Taclobanon hoped that this may be a proof that the international airport will finally be completed and accessible some time soon.

Meanwhile, OIC District Engineer, Rebecca G. Yuse, who oversees the project, expressed confidence construction will meet the project timeline. Yuse highlighted anticipated benefits for travelers and the local community.

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