Two major flyover projects in Cagayan de Oro are being planned to further decongest traffic in the city. These are the 4.5-kilometer Lapasan-Gusa Flyover and the 2.1-kilometer Bulua Flyover totaling P16.67 billion.

This was revealed by the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH-10) during yesterday’s joint meeting between the City Development Council (CDC) and City Peace, Development and Security Council (CPDSC) chaired by City Mayor Oscar Moreno.

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Based on the plan, the P11.42 billion Lapasan-Gusa Flyover will start at Corrales Avenue and end at Bigaan Bridge for a total length of 4.5 kilometers. Motorists using the flyover will bypass major junctions from Corrales, Osmena, Limketkai, Agora and Coastal Road. See map below.

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Meanwhile, the P5.25 billion 2.1-km Bulua Flyover will start at Westbound Terminal Junction and end at Iponan Bridge. See map below.

BULUAFLY

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