Roman Expressway, future commercial business district in CL

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  • Raffy C. V.
  • 3 years ago

BALANGA CITY, Bataan – The upgrading of the province’s premier road network to six-lanes has unequaled advantages for local entrepreneurs who are expecting positive outcome from the on-going infrastructure project as the future commercial business district in Western Central Luzon growth area.
Ms.Emma Arellano, former Philippine Information (PIA) research officer in Bataan is overwhelmed with the latest infrastructure development of the 70 kilometer Roman Expressway from Barangay Palihan, Hermosa town to the coastal village of Alas-Asin, Mariveles which would enrich the great potential as viable business district .
The Roman Expressway built in the early ’70 as key component of the newly created Export Processing Zone Authority (EPZA) in Mariveles town would finally achieve the status after 5 decades symbolizing a progressive showcase of the historic peninsula.
Ms. Arellano stated the high-speed urbanization pace along Roman Expressway is the consequence of the efforts of the late Bataan governor and representative of the second district, Enrique T. Garcia, whose valuable strategic socio-economic programs crafted during his terms had transformed the province as prospective investment hub in Central Luzon.
She cited the influx of investors, both Manila-based and foreign, in Bataan can be seen with the construction of high-end and socialized housing projects in the eleven municipalities and this City,hotels, storage facilities, fast foods and eateries, car sales and services offices, souvenir shops and services and labor intensive industries, shopping malls and other profitable ventures along the stretch Roman Expressway.
However, aside from these notable benefits, Ms. Arellano said the widening of Roman Expressway has provided more convenient, safer, faster and lesser prone to accident thoroughfare with the installation of street lights and short –circuit tv monitoring devices and 24-hour deployment of traffic and security personnel.

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