The current administration showed a promising first quarter on the country’s infrastructure projects especially on the road and bridge sector. Based on the recent accomplishment report from July to December 2022, DPWH has implemented, maintained, constructed and improved approximately 1,500 kilometers of national and local roads across the Philippines and have undertaken the construction of about 161 bridges.
This project is just the beginning of the recently signed Philippine development plan 2023-2028 wherein the government aims to enhance, facilitate physical connectivity and convenience to move people and goods to promote tourism and improve farm to market road across the country. Dpwh will have 70,000 more projects with allotted budget of 890 billion pesos this year.
Included in these projects are the Cavite-Bataan interlink cabled stayed bridge, Samar coastal road, Pasig bridges and a lot more.
To put more of this into discussion, Mykar’s 3rd Philippine Roads, Bridges and Tunnels Summit 2023 will again gather project stakeholders to discuss the opportunities, challenges, action plans, progress, expectations and introduce new solutions and technologies that can help both the private and government authorities to accomplish these projects.