Construction of the Cagayan de Oro Coastal Road continues with backfilling works now near East Gusa Elementary School.

As shown below (aerial photo taken August 2013 by Engr. Elpie Paras), the said school is right along the road-right-of-way of the 4-lane highway which makes its turn at the site.

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Below is latest photo onsite. The area behind the concrete fence (tree line) is East Gusa Elem. School. You will notice area with newly dumped filling materials in the foreground.

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Photo below shows the coastal road turning south.

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The project billboard is seen in the area.

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Below are more photos of the Coastal Road at Gusa.

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Concrete culverts are already in place.

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Cagayan de Oro Port as seen from Gusa.

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Concrete seawall can now be seen along Gusa-Lapasan coastline. This whole stretch is approximately 4.46 kilometers long from Puntod to Gusa. Part of the project is a 4-meter wide 2.54-kilometer long baywalk which could be Cagayan de Oro’s own coastal boulevard.

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A huge map of the project is also seen onsite.

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Bridges are built over waterways draining into the bay.

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Meanwhile, the green concrete fence of East Gusa Elementary School shown below will be demolished to gve way to the project.

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All structures on the left of the following photos will have to give way to the 4-lane highway. Just imagine the existing road shown below to be widened towards the left.

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This is the same road which leads to the National Highway. Notice “X” marks on some residential houses on the left which means these will be demolished. At right is the San Isidro Labrador Parish Church which will not be affected.

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This photo below is near the highway junction.

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The property along the highway junction has been demolished already.

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Read more project details HERE.

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