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NLEX to finish harbor link by end of 2018

NLEX Corp. on Friday said it expects to complete the P10.5-billion North Luzon Expressway Harbor Link Segment 10 before the end of the year after the Department of Public Workers and Highways delivered 100 percent right of way for the project. 

Metro Pacific Tollways and NLEX president Rodrigo Franco said the company’s construction team was working nonstop to complete the project by the end of this year. 

NLEX HARBOR LINK. Department of Public Works and Highways Secretary Mark Villar (middle), together with MPTC and NLEX Corp. president and CEO Rodrigo Franco and other officials, inspect the newly-constructed portion of NLEX Harbor Link Segment 10
project along McArthur Highway, Karuhatan in Valenzuela City. The DPWH announced that it has delivered 100 percent
the right of way for the project. Manny Palmero
“We are happy that our team was able to deliver 100 percent right-of-way for the NLEX Harbor Link Segment 10. We hope we can finish this just in time for the Christmas rush to help ease the public’s traffic woes,” DPWH Secretary Mark Villar, said. 

NLEX Harbor Link Segment 10 is composed of the 5.65-km elevated expressway traversing the NLEX from MacArthur Highway Karuhatan, Valenzuela City, passing through Malabon City and C3 Road, Caloocan City, and the 2.6-km section between C3 Road, Caloocan City and R10, Navotas City.

Including the extension to R10, the total project cost is P16.5 billion.

Topics: NLEX Corp. , North Luzon Expressway Harbor Link Segment , Department of Public Workers and Highways , Metro Pacific Tollways
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