Thursday, August 8, 2019

Zamboanga Flyover Project Cancellation Rumored

Zamboanga Flyover Project Cancellation Rumored
The project is proposed to be completed two years away on February 2021
Zamboanga Flyover Project Cancellation Rumored
The project is proposed to be completed two years away on February 2021
Rumors relating to Zamboanga Flyover project's ongoing cancellation is circulating, as the information is said to be confirmed by DPWH Region 9 office. There were lots of reasons that came out, emerging from different sides of the story, but none is officially confirmed as of the moment.

Sources say that DPWH Central office dropped the project as local officials that belong to the opposing party which endorsed the flyover project pressured the office to delay it. However, it cannot be validated since the project has been well-planned already by different government agencies which includes National Economic and Development Authority. Another information came out from valid sources who said Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) implemented height restriction on the area where the flyover will be built. No official press release has been made by CAAP and it can be noted that billboards in the area are even erected higher than the proposed flyover.

It can be recalled that as of the latest update, the project had secured Environmental Compliance Certificate. The ECC covers the proposed construction of 437.70 meters flyover which will rise at Governor Camins /MCLL Highway and Veterans Avenue. The ECC, however, does not equate to permit to construct.


First Zamboanga City Flyover Project Secures ECC
QUICKNEWS | Proposed first flyover project in Zamboanga City to be located at (MCLL) Highway-Governor Camins-Veterans Avenues secures Environmental Compliance Certificate as start of pile driving draws near this year. The ECC covers the proposed construction of 437.70 meters Flyover at Governor Camins /MCLL Highway and Veterans Avenue including ROW, Zamboanga City to be located at Governor Camins - MCLL Highway - Veterans Avenue, Zamboanga City. READ MORE
JULY 2019

The DPWH District Engineering Office (DPWH-DEO) has started the initial ground works in preparation for the road widening project along the stretch of Governor Camins Avenue from the intersection of Canelar-Sta. Maria road to the intersection of Mayor Vitaliano Agan Avenue. The road widening activity seeks to prelude the advent of the flyover, DPWH confirmed last year.

Nevertheless, the first flyover in Zamboanga City along Gov. Camins Avenue is proposed to be completed two years away on February 2021. There's another flyover project eyed at San Jose Gusu, but there are no updates yet regarding the project.


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