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Thursday, March 08, 2007

Clark has new traffic scheme

CLARK ECOZONE -- Officials of Clark Development Corporation (CDC) have announced a traffic-rerouting scheme that will give way to the construction of the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway Project (SCTEP) inside Clark Special Economic Zone (CSEZ).

CDC Customer Service Department officer-in-charge Bernardo Angeles Jr. said the rerouting took effect on Monday.

Motorists who are entering Clark will have to use the newly constructed Portland cement concrete pavement along M.A. Roxas Highway (formerly Mitchell Highway).

Angeles said motorists who are bound for the CDC main building, Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (DMIA), and other commercial and industrial sites are advised to use the new traffic route which will start before reaching the construction of the underpass (part of the expressway project).

Motorists entering Friendship Gate will have to pass by the same road when entering the ecozone but those who are leaving Clark using the same gate will have to use portion of the old M.A. Roxas to access Friendship Gate going to Angeles City.

"We ask the public to bear with this inconvenience for the time being as the completion of this infrastructure project will benefit all motorists and commuters of the (soon-to-be established) Clark Freeport Zone," Angeles said.

The P21-billion 93.7-km infrastructure project would be completed by December this year. The expressway project is one of the key projects of the Arroyo administration's Luzon Urban Beltway super region.
By Reynaldo G. Navales - SunStar



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