SPONSORED ADVERTISEMENT
SPONSORED ADVERTISEMENT
SPONSORED ADVERTISEMENT

Ciudad de Victoria Interchange Now Open, To Ease Traffic Along NLEX in Bulacan

by Jal Cutaran  October 6, 2021

Thanks to the recently opened Ciudad de Victoria Interchange, travel time between Bocaue and Sta. Maria in Bulacan has been reduced from 45 minutes to just 10 minutes. 

Ciudad de Victoria Interchange

The 5.14-kilometer Ciudad de Victoria Interchange project is a six-lane bypass road from the McArthur Highway to Bocaue Municipal Hall.  Included in the project is a 22.80 linear meter bridge connecting Manila North Road to Ciudad de Victoria, as well as a 1.2-kilometer  four-lane road connecting the Philippine Arena to the Bocaue-Sta. Maria Bypass Road.

Ciudad de Victoria Interchange

“The completion of this project is indeed the birth of hope as it is not just a band-aid remedy but a long-term solution to traffic woes that has long beset this area,” Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Secretary Mark Villar said.

“Ito po ay iko-connect sa Halili at kung gusto n’yong tumawid, hindi na kailangang lumabas sa NLEX (North Luzon Expressways), puwede na pong dumiretso,” he further added.

As a result, the Ciudad de Victoria Interchange project will alleviate queuing of vehicles along the entry and exit tolls of Bocaue in NLEX. The Governor F. Halili Road or Bocaue-San Jose Road in Sta. Maria is notorious for traffic gridlock in the area.

According to DPWH-Regional Office 3 Regional Director Roseller Tolentino, this new road is a major infrastructure project that is expected to create a positive socio-economic impact in Bulacan due to the huge improvement in mobility and productivity bolstering further economic activities throughout Bulacan.

Comments (0)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

SPONSORED ADVERTISEMENT