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PAMPANGA 3RD

LIST OF NATIONAL BRIDGES WITH LENGTH, TYPE AND CONDITION
PER DISTRICT ENGINEERING OFFICE
As of 28 December 2016
 
Source: RBIA Generated Report                             Unit of Measure: In Linear Meter 
Bridge No. Bridge ID Bridge Name Bridge Type Overall Condition Length
1 B00102LZ Bamban-Centenial Br. Permanent Steel Poor 156.60
2 B00105LZ Mabiga Br. Permanent Concrete Fair 12.60
3 B00106LZ San Felipe Br. Permanent Concrete Fair 36.50
4 B01945LZ Pulung-Bulu Br. Permanent Concrete Good 35.00
5 B01946LZ Abacan Br. Permanent Concrete Fair 368.00
6 B01947LZ Balibago Br. Permanent Concrete Bad 12.00
7 B01950LZ Quitangil Br. Permanent Concrete Poor 30.00
8 B01953LZ Mabalacat Bamban Br. Permanent Steel Fair 178.00
9 B01954LZ Sapang Balen Br. Permanent Concrete Fair 20.00
10 B01956LZ Paranum Br. Permanent Concrete Bad 18.00
11 B01957LZ Alasas Br. Permanent Concrete Good 21.60
12 B01958LZ Quitangil Br. Permanent Concrete Bad 36.60
13 B04230LZ Leoncia Br. Permanent Concrete Good 36.00
14 B04231LZ Friendship Br. Permanent Steel Fair 241.30
15 B04235LZ San Roque Br. 1 Permanent Concrete Bad 15.60
16 B04236LZ San Roque Br. 2 Permanent Steel Good 40.25
17 B04668LZ Cutcut Br. Permanent Concrete Good 17.04
18 B04669LZ Dau Br. Permanent Steel Fair 25.50

 

 

 


 

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Notes:
 

1.) Bridge data provided are as of  28 December 2016.

2.) The unit of measure for Bridge Data is linear meters.

3.) Further Assessment refers to Bridges that are either under the circumstances of on-going construction, under major maintenance work or washed-out.

4.) National Bridges are classified into:

        Permanent Bridges - are bridges that are composed of concrete and steel.

        Temporary Bridges - are bridges consisting of timber and bailey.

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Last updated: 02/28/17.

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