8 Roads Still Closed, 5 Roads Hardly Passable Due to Odette

Monday, December 20, 2021

Motorists are advised that a total of eight (8) national roads are still impassable to all types of vehicles while five (5) roads have limited access due to flooding, landslide, fallen trees and electric posts, damaged bridges, and soil collapse.

As of 6:00AM Monday, December 20, 2021, the Department of Public Works and Highways-Bureau of Maintenance (DPWH-BOM) identified closed roads as: Puerto Princesa North Road, section in Langogan Bridge and another section in Brgy Langogan, Puerto Princesa City in Palawan due to landslide; Daang Maharlika K1065+000-K1099+000 in Southern Leyte due to landslide, debris, fallen trees, and electric posts; sections of Misamis Oriental - Bukidnon - Agusan Road in Brgy. Siloo and Brgy. San Luis. Malitbog, Bukidnon due to damaged newly constructed spillway at Siloo Bridge and series of soil collapse; Butuan City - Cagayan de Oro City - Iligan City Road, Old Mambayaan Bridge due to damaged bridge; Sta. Filomena - Bonbonon - Digkilaan, Rogongon Road, K1562+300, Sitio Salinsing, Brgy. Rogongon, Ilagan City due to landslide; Dinagat-Loreto Road K0014+0800 to K0014+0900, Mahayahay, San Jose, Dinagat Islands due to road slip; NRJ Bayugan-Calaitan-Tandag Road in Brgy. Sto. Nino, Bayugan City, Agusan del Sur due to road cut, sinking/collapsed pavement; Bayugan-Esperanza Road, Brgy. Nato and Brgy Hawilian, Esperanza, Agusan del Sur due to flooding.

Roads that still have limited access are: Anini-Y - T. Fornier - Hamtic Road, K0075 + (-1009) - K0115+394 in Antique, Jct. SH Impasug-ong - Patulangan By-Pass Rd, K1484+550 - K1484+555 (S00610MN) in Bukidnon; Dinagat-Loreto Road K0015+0100 to K0015+0200, Mahayahay, San Jose, Dinagat Islands; NJR Bah-Bah-Talacogon Rd., in Brgy, Lucena, Prosperidad, Agusan del Sur; and Butuan City-Pianing-Tandag Rd. K1245+0950 to K1246+0250 Brgy. Anticala, Butuan City, Agusan del Norte.

Twenty-nine (29) roads have already been cleared and reopened by the DPWH Quick Response Teams from the Regional Offices and District Engineering Offices of affected areas since December 16, 2021. Partial cost of damage to public infrastructure remains at P308.9 Million.