[ Manila Bulletin Online ] September 24, 2008
By DANNY JUNCO
BINANGONAN, Rizal – The 1st engineering district of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) in Rizal is stepping up the implementation of its road-widening projects.
The projects, costing R70 million, are expected to be finished by December this year, said Elmo Concina, Rizal 1st district assistant engineer.
Concina said the R40-million road-widening project is in Taytay, stretching from Acropolis subdivision to newly built SM mall up to the Jollibee store in the new Taytay market.
The other road-widening project costing R30 mllion is the zigzag road from Antipolo to Teresa and from Junction to the Catholic church in Cainta.
The width of the Taytay road is being widened to 30 meters, while in Antipolo zigzag is being widened to 15-20 meters, and the road in Cainta by 15 meters, Concina said.