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11 Roads Closed Due to Odette as of Sunday Noon

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) is still clearing a total of 11 impassable roads in five (5) regions affected by Typhoon Odette.

Based on the 12:00 noon Sunday, December 19, 2021 report of the DPWH Bureau of Maintenance, the Puerto Princesa North Road, specifically at Langogan Bridge and and another section in Barangay Langogan, Puerto Princesa City is impassable due to damaged old bridge and landslide.

The Jct (LIR) Buenavista- Carmen-Danao-Jetafe Rd in Carmen, Bohol; Tagbilaran East Road in Poblacion, Alicia, Bohol are also closed due to fallen trees.

11 Roads Closed Due to Odette as of Sunday Noon

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) is still clearing a total of 11 impassable roads in five (5) regions affected by Typhoon Odette.

Based on the 12:00 noon Sunday, December 19, 2021 report of the DPWH Bureau of Maintenance, the Puerto Princesa North Road, specifically at Langogan Bridge and and another section in Barangay Langogan, Puerto Princesa City is impassable due to damaged old bridge and landslide.

The Jct (LIR) Buenavista- Carmen-Danao-Jetafe Rd in Carmen, Bohol; Tagbilaran East Road in Poblacion, Alicia, Bohol are also closed due to fallen trees.

11 Roads Closed Due to Odette as of Sunday Noon

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) is still clearing a total of 11 impassable roads in five (5) regions affected by Typhoon Odette.

Based on the 12:00 noon Sunday, December 19, 2021 report of the DPWH Bureau of Maintenance, the Puerto Princesa North Road, specifically at Langogan Bridge and and another section in Barangay Langogan, Puerto Princesa City is impassable due to damaged old bridge and landslide.

The Jct (LIR) Buenavista- Carmen-Danao-Jetafe Rd in Carmen, Bohol; Tagbilaran East Road in Poblacion, Alicia, Bohol are also closed due to fallen trees.

DPWH Clears 18 Roads, 6 Roads Still Closed Due to Odette

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) was able to reopen 18 national roads that were previously closed due to Typhoon Odette and only six (6) roads remain impassable to all types of vehicles.

As of 12:00 noon Saturday, December 18, 2021, only two (2) roads in Region 7, one (1) in Region 8, two (2) in Region 10, and one (1) in Region 13 are closed due to fallen trees, electric poles, debris, damaged spillway, landslide and road slip.

DPWH Clears 18 Roads, 6 Roads Still Closed Due to Odette

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) was able to reopen 18 national roads that were previously closed due to Typhoon Odette and only six (6) roads remain impassable to all types of vehicles.

As of 12:00 noon Saturday, December 18, 2021, only two (2) roads in Region 7, one (1) in Region 8, two (2) in Region 10, and one (1) in Region 13 are closed due to fallen trees, electric poles, debris, damaged spillway, landslide and road slip.

DPWH Clears 18 Roads, 6 Roads Still Closed Due to Odette

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) was able to reopen 18 national roads that were previously closed due to Typhoon Odette and only six (6) roads remain impassable to all types of vehicles.

As of 12:00 noon Saturday, December 18, 2021, only two (2) roads in Region 7, one (1) in Region 8, two (2) in Region 10, and one (1) in Region 13 are closed due to fallen trees, electric poles, debris, damaged spillway, landslide and road slip.

DPWH Clears 18 Roads, 6 Roads Still Closed Due to Odette

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) was able to reopen 18 national roads that were previously closed due to Typhoon Odette and only six (6) roads remain impassable to all types of vehicles.

As of 12:00 noon Saturday, December 18, 2021, only two (2) roads in Region 7, one (1) in Region 8, two (2) in Region 10, and one (1) in Region 13 are closed due to fallen trees, electric poles, debris, damaged spillway, landslide and road slip.

DPWH Clears 18 Roads, 6 Roads Still Closed Due to Odette

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) was able to reopen 18 national roads that were previously closed due to Typhoon Odette and only six (6) roads remain impassable to all types of vehicles.

As of 12:00 noon Saturday, December 18, 2021, only two (2) roads in Region 7, one (1) in Region 8, two (2) in Region 10, and one (1) in Region 13 are closed due to fallen trees, electric poles, debris, damaged spillway, landslide and road slip.

DPWH Monitors 16 Road Closures as of 12 Noon Friday Due to Odette

A total of 16 national road sections in Central and Eastern Visayas, Northern Mindanao and Caraga Regions are currently impassable due to fallen trees, flooding, soil collapse, landslide, road slip, damaged bridge, and vehicular accident brought by Typhoon Odette.

The Department of Public Works and Highways - Bureau of Maintenance (DPWH - BOM) reported that three (3) roads are closed in Visayas and thirteen (13) roads are closed in Mindanao.

DPWH Monitors 16 Road Closures as of 12 Noon Friday Due to Odette

A total of 16 national road sections in Central and Eastern Visayas, Northern Mindanao and Caraga Regions are currently impassable due to fallen trees, flooding, soil collapse, landslide, road slip, damaged bridge, and vehicular accident brought by Typhoon Odette.

The Department of Public Works and Highways - Bureau of Maintenance (DPWH - BOM) reported that three (3) roads are closed in Visayas and thirteen (13) roads are closed in Mindanao.

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