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Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Subic-Clark road to open end of April

The Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) clarified that the opening of Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX) will be by the end of April and not on April 5 as earlier reported.

The bases agency, which implemented the construction of the 93.77-kilometer toll road, said the final touches are still being done for the project and it will be completely operational by the end of April.

SCTEX has 34 bridges, four of them "major" spans (300 meters or more), which are now undergoing final inspection.

The four major bridges are the Sacobia-Bamban Bridge, which is the longest with at 1.16 kilometers; the 318-meter Gumain Bridge; the 720-meter Pasig-Potrero River Bridge; and the 400-meter Porac River Bridge.

SCTEX has eight interchanges. These are the Tipo Junction, Dinalupihan Interchange, Clark Logistics Interchange, Spur/North Luzon Expressway Interchange, Clark North Interchange, Conception Interchange, and San Miguel Interchange.

On orders of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, three more interchanges will be constructed, bringing the total to 11 interchanges.

The additional interchanges are the Clark South Interchange, the Porac Interchange in Dolores, and the Basa Interchange in Floridablanca. By Albert B. Lacanlale - SunStar

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