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DPWH to replace 4 timber bridges in Eastern Samar

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Re: DPWH to replace 4 timber bridges in Eastern Samar
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By Vicky Arnaiz December 22, 2017, 4:25 pm


BORONGAN, Eastern Samar -- Four existing timber bridges in the towns of Maslog and Dolores, Eastern Samar will soon be replaced with permanent bridges, according to the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH).

DPWH Eastern Samar district engineering office chief Manolo Rojas said on Thursday, they would soon construct four concrete projects along Hinolaso, Dolores-Maslog Road.

The bridges to be constructed include the PHP43.69-million Hinolaso Bridge III, PHP20-million Hinolaso Bridge, PHP17.77-million Hinolaso Bridge I, and PHP14.63-million Villahermosa Bridge.

The improvements of these four bridges connecting Hinolaso village, Dolores town to the interior town of Maslog, will result to higher farm productivity, transportation efficiency for agriculture products and consumers’ access to affordable, healthy and safe goods, said Rojas.

It has been observed that heavy vehicles don’t reach Maslog town due to absence of concrete bridges.

Maslog is a fifth-class town with 5,407 population. It can be reached by a four-hour motorboat ride.

Maslog is also a recipient of the government’s Payapa at Masaganang Pamayanan project. The projects include the rehabilitation of a major road connecting Maslog to the national road and neighboring towns and provision of livelihood support to farmers. (PNA)

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