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DPWH Reopens More Roads in CAR, Region 1

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has reopened more roads to assist in the relief operations being undertaken by the local and national government agencies in quake-affected areas in Northern Luzon.

DPWH Secretary Manuel M. Bonoan said that as of 12:00 noon Thursday, July 28, 2022, 17 out of 21 road sections previously affected by the earthquake were reopened to traffic. The additional roads declared passable to traffic are Gov. Bado Dangwa National Road in Benguet; Banaue-Hungduan-Benguet Boundary Road in Ifugao; and Cervantes-Aluling-Bontoc Road in Ilocos Sur.

DPWH Reopens More Roads in CAR, Region 1

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has reopened more roads to assist in the relief operations being undertaken by the local and national government agencies in quake-affected areas in Northern Luzon.

DPWH Secretary Manuel M. Bonoan said that as of 12:00 noon Thursday, July 28, 2022, 17 out of 21 road sections previously affected by the earthquake were reopened to traffic. The additional roads declared passable to traffic are Gov. Bado Dangwa National Road in Benguet; Banaue-Hungduan-Benguet Boundary Road in Ifugao; and Cervantes-Aluling-Bontoc Road in Ilocos Sur.

DPWH Reopens Several Quake-Affected Roads

As of 6:00 am Thursday, July 28, 2022, the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) was able to clear and reopen some national road sections in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) and Ilocos Region that were rendered impassable after the strong earthquake that hit Luzon on Wednesday, July 27, 2022.

Citing a report from the DPWH Bureau of Maintenance, DPWH Secretary Manuel M. Bonoan identified reopened national road sections as the following:

*ABRA*
1) Abra - Kalinga Road
2) Abra - Ilocos Norte Road
3) Abra-Cervantes Road.

DPWH Reopens Several Quake-Affected Roads

As of 6:00 am Thursday, July 28, 2022, the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) was able to clear and reopen some national road sections in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) and Ilocos Region that were rendered impassable after the strong earthquake that hit Luzon on Wednesday, July 27, 2022.

Citing a report from the DPWH Bureau of Maintenance, DPWH Secretary Manuel M. Bonoan identified reopened national road sections as the following:

*ABRA*
1) Abra - Kalinga Road
2) Abra - Ilocos Norte Road
3) Abra-Cervantes Road.

DPWH Reopens Several Quake-Affected Roads

As of 6:00 am Thursday, July 28, 2022, the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) was able to clear and reopen some national road sections in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) and Ilocos Region that were rendered impassable after the strong earthquake that hit Luzon on Wednesday, July 27, 2022.

Citing a report from the DPWH Bureau of Maintenance, DPWH Secretary Manuel M. Bonoan identified reopened national road sections as the following:

*ABRA*
1) Abra - Kalinga Road
2) Abra - Ilocos Norte Road
3) Abra-Cervantes Road.

Situational Report on National Roads and Bridges Status as of 6PM July 27, 2022

Eight (8) road sections are closed to traffic: five (5) in Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) and three (3) in Region I due to safety reasons, rockfall, soil collapse and landslide.

All other national roads and bridges in other affected regions are passable to all types of vehicles as of captioned date and time.

Cordillera Administrative Region:
1. Kennon Road - Not Passable due to safety purposes, installed warning signs

Situational Report on National Roads and Bridges Status as of 6PM July 27, 2022

Eight (8) road sections are closed to traffic: five (5) in Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) and three (3) in Region I due to safety reasons, rockfall, soil collapse and landslide.

All other national roads and bridges in other affected regions are passable to all types of vehicles as of captioned date and time.

Cordillera Administrative Region:
1. Kennon Road - Not Passable due to safety purposes, installed warning signs

Situational Report on National Roads and Bridges Status as of 6PM July 27, 2022

Eight (8) road sections are closed to traffic: five (5) in Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) and three (3) in Region I due to safety reasons, rockfall, soil collapse and landslide.

All other national roads and bridges in other affected regions are passable to all types of vehicles as of captioned date and time.

Cordillera Administrative Region:
1. Kennon Road - Not Passable due to safety purposes, installed warning signs

DPWH: Assessment of Infra On-Going After Strong Quake Hits Luzon

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has deployed quick response teams to inspect safety of national roads and bridges, as well as other public infrastructure, following a strong earthquake with epicenter in Abra Province.

DPWH Secretary Manuel M. Bonoan instructed the DPWH Regional and District Engineering Offices (DEO) in most of Luzon to immediately check public infrastructure for any damage brought about by the earthquake that could endanger motorists and the general public.

DPWH: Assessment of Infra On-Going After Strong Quake Hits Luzon

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has deployed quick response teams to inspect safety of national roads and bridges, as well as other public infrastructure, following a strong earthquake with epicenter in Abra Province.

DPWH Secretary Manuel M. Bonoan instructed the DPWH Regional and District Engineering Offices (DEO) in most of Luzon to immediately check public infrastructure for any damage brought about by the earthquake that could endanger motorists and the general public.

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