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Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Clark North Interchange opens

The Bases Conversion and Development Authority, builder and operator of the 94-kilometer Subic-Clark Tarlac Expressway, unwrapped a package of Christmas treats for the public with the completion of the 3.8-kilometer Panday Pira road and the Clark North Interchange designed to facilitate mobility within the Clark Freeport Zone complex.

The BCDA said both facilities would strengthen the SCTEX role as a key player in the development of Central Luzon into a premier investors’ haven in the Asia Pacific rim.

BCDA executive vice-president Isaac Puno III, in a press briefing at the Clark Freeport Zone, said the state-run corporation is the people’s “long-term partner as we seek to achieve development goals where Central Luzon would be the most progressive, most dynamic and strongest economy in the Philippines.”

SCTEX spokesman and program manager for operational support and services Robert Gervacio said the Panday Pira road and the Clark North Interchange will serve as the northern access to Clark from the SCTEX.

SCTEX program manager for engineering and construction Eduardo Lena said the construction of the Panday Pira access road inside Clark opens to vehicular traffic in time for the opening of the Clark North Interchange. Journal online

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