Proposed Manila Bay Bridge project taking shape

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  • Raphael N.
  • 3 years ago

CITY OF BALANGA, Bataan – Representatives from the China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC) led by Mr. Nathan Go met yesterday, December 12 with key officials of the Provincial Government of Bataan to discuss the proposed Manila Bay Bridge project, connecting Bataan and Cavite.
Present in the meeting held at the Emiliana Hall, Barangay Tenejero, this City were Mr. Christopher Leonzon from the Office of the Provincial Governor, Engr. Alexander Baluyot of the Provincial Planning and Development Office (PPDO), Engr. Enrico Yuzon of the Provincial Engineer’s Office, and Mr. Christian Cordero of the Public and Private Partnership and Investments Center (PPPIC).
Among the topics tackled during the meeting are the ongoing PPP projects and future projects like the International Port Terminal, Monorail System, and E-Bus.
Engr. Baluyot discussed the technical aspects of the proposed Manila Bay Bridge which will have a length of 24.4 km and will cross the Corregidor Island. Also discussed are the proposed International Port Terminal in Sisiman, Mariveles and the Roman Expressway Masterplan.
After the meeting, the delegation conducted an ocular inspection in Mariveles where the proposed Manila Bay Bridge will start. They also went to the Authority of the Freeport Area of Bataan (AFAB) where they were apprised on the background of the FAB and the incentives given to investors. Mayor AJ Concepcion of Mariveles joined the meeting.
Today, the delegation are in Corregidor Island and will later on proceed to Ternate, Cavite where the proposed bridge will end.

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