Tuesday, April 4, 2023

Cutcut Flyover near completion

According to Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Pampanga District Engineering Office assistant district engineer Arnold Ocampo.

The Cutcut Flyover will be completed this year since we have received the complete budget for it,” Ocampo said during the Pampanga Press Club’s KapiHann at Hann Resorts on March 1.

Engr. Ocampo showed a perspective of the flyover once it is completed.

In 2021, DPWH completed the first two phases of the project.

With the release of P100 million under the 2022 national budget, the implementation of its third phase is now in full swing.

The four-lane Cutcut Flyover including its approaches consists of six phases with a total project cost of ?700 million.

The 700-meter flyover including its approaches is expected to solve the bottleneck at the intersection of Porac-Angeles Road and the Friendship Highway.

The flyover is also seen to ease traffic along the Fil-Am Friendship Highway and Rizal Extension, which is among the city’s main access roads to eastern Pampanga.

Once completed, travel time from barangay Telabastagan in the City of San Fernando to Clark Freeport Zone via Friendship Highway will be reduced by at least 30 minutes.

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