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Philippines: Philippines’ longest sea bridge to be completed next year

According to the Ministry of Public Works and Highways, the construction of the Pangil Bay Bridge (3.17 kilometers, costing 7.4 billion pesos), which will connect Tagbu City, Misamis East and Tubod Town, Lanao North, will be completed by June next year. When completed, it will be the longest marine bridge in the Philippines. Currently, the only way to connect this section is by driving on a connecting ferry and about 100 kilometers of coastal road, which takes nearly four hours in total, but once the connecting bridge opens, it will be possible to travel in about 10 minutes. . Filipino and South Korean construction companies are undertaking construction work jointly. (15th, Manila Times)

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