Underpass along MSR Diversion Road in Lucena opens
Motorists passing through Quezon now have a new road to use with the completion of the 472-meter underpass along Manila South Road (MSR) Diversion Road in Lucena City.
Public Works Secretary Mark Villar officially opened the underpass to traffic Wednesday with a ceremonial drive-thru and unveiling of project marker.
Villar said that the project is anticipated to ease traffic congestion along Daang Maharlika Route, delivering faster and safer travel for motorists.
“At least 70% of motorists that will traverse the intersection will benefit from the completion of this project. The remaining 30%, on the other hand, is expected to pass through the service road,” he said.
Funding of the project was covered by 2017 and 2018 General Appropriations Act (GAA), amounting to P100 million and P145 million.
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