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DPWH Resumes Repair Works in EDSA, España

Motorists are advised that the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) will continue its road rehabilitation works along Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA), Quezon City and España Boulevard, Manila starting 11 p.m. Friday, October 22, 2021.

Citing reports from DPWH – National Capital Region (NCR) Director Eric A. Ayapana, DPWH Secretary Roger G. Mercado identified two (2) sections for repair along EDSA as Tramo Flyover Aurora Blvd. (Tramo Off Ramp) in Pasay City and northbound before Anapolis to before Boni Serrano flyover, 2nd lane from sidewalk.

DPWH Joins Commemoration Program of Marawi Liberation, Checks Progress of Road Network Development Project

Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Acting Secretary Roger G. Mercado personally leads the DPWH participation in the commemoration program for the fourth year of the Marawi Liberation from armed terrorist militants.

As member agency of the Task Force Bangon Marawi (TFBM) created under Administrative Order No. 3 issued by President Duterte on June 28, 2017, DPWH spearheaded the implementation of national road projects based on the agency’s prepared holistic and comprehensive plan for rehabilitation and development of Greater Marawi.

New DPWH Chief Conducts First Ground Work

The newly installed Acting Secretary of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) immediately made his presence felt on the ground, inspecting the on-going Binondo Intramuros Bridge Project.

Secretary Roger G. Mercado said that although reports can be read inside airconditioned office or while seated on vehicle, best decisions are made if you really get to know and feel the situation in the field.

New DPWH Chief Conducts First Ground Work

The newly installed Acting Secretary of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) immediately made his presence felt on the ground, inspecting the on-going Binondo Intramuros Bridge Project.

Secretary Roger G. Mercado said that although reports can be read inside airconditioned office or while seated on vehicle, best decisions are made if you really get to know and feel the situation in the field.

23 Typhoon-Affected Road Now Open

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) was able to clear and reopen 23 national road sections while 10 remain impassable due to Tropical Storm ‘Maring’ and Tropical Depression ‘Nando’.

As of 12:00 noon Thursday, October 14, 2021, the six (6) still closed are in Cordillera Administrative Region, one (1) in Region I, two (2) in Region II and one (1) in Region VII due to soil collapse, debris flow, landslide, damaged bridge, and flooding.

23 Typhoon-Affected Road Now Open

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) was able to clear and reopen 23 national road sections while 10 remain impassable due to Tropical Storm ‘Maring’ and Tropical Depression ‘Nando’.

As of 12:00 noon Thursday, October 14, 2021, the six (6) still closed are in Cordillera Administrative Region, one (1) in Region I, two (2) in Region II and one (1) in Region VII due to soil collapse, debris flow, landslide, damaged bridge, and flooding.

23 Typhoon-Affected Road Now Open

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) was able to clear and reopen 23 national road sections while 10 remain impassable due to Tropical Storm ‘Maring’ and Tropical Depression ‘Nando’.

As of 12:00 noon Thursday, October 14, 2021, the six (6) still closed are in Cordillera Administrative Region, one (1) in Region I, two (2) in Region II and one (1) in Region VII due to soil collapse, debris flow, landslide, damaged bridge, and flooding.

23 Typhoon-Affected Road Now Open

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) was able to clear and reopen 23 national road sections while 10 remain impassable due to Tropical Storm ‘Maring’ and Tropical Depression ‘Nando’.

As of 12:00 noon Thursday, October 14, 2021, the six (6) still closed are in Cordillera Administrative Region, one (1) in Region I, two (2) in Region II and one (1) in Region VII due to soil collapse, debris flow, landslide, damaged bridge, and flooding.

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