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In the booming industry of the Philippines, mainly Metro Manila, many of the neighboring cities in the Capital Region is benefiting by the government's Build, Build, Build program.

TAGUIG CITY

Taguig is just one of the cities in NCR to get a few of ongoing and future infrastructures under the Build, Build, Build program.


The city has seen several development projects since the Build, Build, Build program of the national government was launched. Here are some that have either been finished or with construction in full swing:

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Bonifacio Global City-Ortigas link road

One of the most anticipated is the thoroughfare between two huge business zones in Metro Manila, Taguig and Pasig. The BGC-Ortigas link road is set to be completed in June this year. It extends over 961 meters, with one part connecting Sta. Monica, Pasig, and Lawton Avenue, and Makati. The other, a viaduct, will be running from Lawton Avenue to the entrance of BGC.
Late last year, the project was almost halfway across the Pasig River already. With the construction work right on schedule, authorities are confident that they will be able to hit the target completion date. Once finished, traveling to and from the business districts of Taguig and Pasig will only take 12 minutes.

RELATED: Forget about EDSA and C5, this bridge will connect BGC and Ortigas


Bambang ni Felix Road

This is a new access road project that would cut travel time between South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) and Circumferential Road-6 (C6). Fast-tracking progress, the DPWH is now 70 percent complete in the project, which is set to be finished in March this year.
The P41-million segment, situated in Barangay Sta. Ana, is a two-lane 688-meter road. It will provide additional access going to C6 from Pateros, and will be connected to C5 road.



Cavitex-C5 link flyover

The 2.2-kilometer road opened in July last year. It has three lanes in each direction, spanning from C.P. Garcia in Taguig to Sucat in Parañaque City. The P1.6-billion project significantly reduces travel time between the two cities to a mere three minutes.

DPWH Secretary Villar called the project an “engineering solution for everyday problems,” as cited in Philstar. Metro Pacific Tollways Corp. (MPTC) president and CEO Rodrigo Franco also commended the elaborate and accurate method of hoisting beams and setting them on overhead platforms to set up another project, which is the Harbor Link Segment 10.
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C5 South link

The project mentioned above is part of the C5 South Link project, a road that stretches over 7.7 kilometers, connecting C5 road to Cavite Expressway via Taguig, Parañaque, Las Piñas, and Cavite. Expected to be completed in the last quarter of 2021, the project would serve 50,000 cars driving to southern cities in the metro and along east-west service roads.

RELATED: South East Metro Manila Expressway - is it the most awaited answer to our congested traffic in the metro?

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List of national infrastructures in Taguig under Build, Build, Build program

In the booming industry of the Philippines, mainly Metro Manila, many of the neighboring cities in the Capital Region is benefiting by the government's Build, Build, Build program.

TAGUIG CITY

Taguig is just one of the cities in NCR to get a few of ongoing and future infrastructures under the Build, Build, Build program.


The city has seen several development projects since the Build, Build, Build program of the national government was launched. Here are some that have either been finished or with construction in full swing:

Loading...

Bonifacio Global City-Ortigas link road

One of the most anticipated is the thoroughfare between two huge business zones in Metro Manila, Taguig and Pasig. The BGC-Ortigas link road is set to be completed in June this year. It extends over 961 meters, with one part connecting Sta. Monica, Pasig, and Lawton Avenue, and Makati. The other, a viaduct, will be running from Lawton Avenue to the entrance of BGC.
Late last year, the project was almost halfway across the Pasig River already. With the construction work right on schedule, authorities are confident that they will be able to hit the target completion date. Once finished, traveling to and from the business districts of Taguig and Pasig will only take 12 minutes.

RELATED: Forget about EDSA and C5, this bridge will connect BGC and Ortigas


Bambang ni Felix Road

This is a new access road project that would cut travel time between South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) and Circumferential Road-6 (C6). Fast-tracking progress, the DPWH is now 70 percent complete in the project, which is set to be finished in March this year.
The P41-million segment, situated in Barangay Sta. Ana, is a two-lane 688-meter road. It will provide additional access going to C6 from Pateros, and will be connected to C5 road.



Cavitex-C5 link flyover

The 2.2-kilometer road opened in July last year. It has three lanes in each direction, spanning from C.P. Garcia in Taguig to Sucat in Parañaque City. The P1.6-billion project significantly reduces travel time between the two cities to a mere three minutes.

DPWH Secretary Villar called the project an “engineering solution for everyday problems,” as cited in Philstar. Metro Pacific Tollways Corp. (MPTC) president and CEO Rodrigo Franco also commended the elaborate and accurate method of hoisting beams and setting them on overhead platforms to set up another project, which is the Harbor Link Segment 10.
Cheapest Flights and Airline Tickets Online Booking

C5 South link

The project mentioned above is part of the C5 South Link project, a road that stretches over 7.7 kilometers, connecting C5 road to Cavite Expressway via Taguig, Parañaque, Las Piñas, and Cavite. Expected to be completed in the last quarter of 2021, the project would serve 50,000 cars driving to southern cities in the metro and along east-west service roads.

RELATED: South East Metro Manila Expressway - is it the most awaited answer to our congested traffic in the metro?

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