Check out this latest aerial survey of the 3.169-kilometer Panguil Bay Bridge Project as of October 2021. As shown, construction of substructures for the 34 bridge piers are now almost halfway across the bay. Check out this aerial update courtesy of TRIP OUTDOOR TV.

To give you an idea on how the birdge is being constructed, do read our previous post below.

Browse some screengrabs below.

You can clearly observe the whole span of the bridge in this angle looking towards Tubod, Lanao del Norte.

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The barge in the middle is where the bridge superstructure will be erected.

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This is the approach on Tangub City side.

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This is the Tangub City side. That’s city proper in the background.

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Construction materials are ready to be loaded (Tangub side).

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Here are closer shots of the ongoing installaton of bridge substructure.

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More shots below.

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Keep posted.

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