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Calax, flyover, new roads open up GenTri traffic

GENERAL TRIAS CITY, Cavite—Many residents and businesses here are happy with the new developments in the locality, especially its accessibility to major thoroughfares and modes of transportation.

Officials of the soon-to-open Cavite-Laguna Expressway recently held a public consultation at the General Trias Convention Center with Mayor Antonio “Ony” Ferrer and representatives of the Department of Public Works and Highways DPWH and MPCALA Holdings Inc.

Calax will pass from Mamplasan in Biñan City, Laguna to Governor’s Drive in General Trias and Arnaldo Road to the Open Canal, Pasong Camachile and Alapan to Centennial Road in Kawit.

A four-lane road widening and open canal bridge project in Pasong Camachile is also ongoing through the efforts of Cavite 6th District Rep. Luis “Jon Jon” Ferrer IV, Imus Rep. AA Advincula and Mayor Ferrer.

The city is also constructing the Sta. Clara-Pinagtipunan Bridge, a 377-meter-long flyover across Governor Ferrer Drive as a new diversion road to ease the traffic on Sta. Clara, Prinza, and San Juan crossing. 

It also recently opened the Lumunsad-Manggahan bypass road, a 27-meter-long access road in Barangay Manggahan that decreased traffic in the area by 50 percent, the mayor added.

Also open to motorists is the new Tejero-Grande road, a shortcut to Barangay San Juan, and the Tejero-Robinson’s GenTri bypass road in Barangay Tejero.

Topics: new developments , Cavite-Laguna Expressway , General Trias Convention Center , Mayor Antonio “Ony” Ferrer
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