Construction of the last bridge segment along the 17-kilometer Alae-Phividec Bypass Road has now resumed and is now progressing with preparation of the bridge’s final span. When completed, this will divert traffic along the busy Sayre Highway, Puerto-Alae Section and will also serve as an alternate road towards the Mindanao Container Terminal (MCT) in Tagoloan, where cargo trucks coming from Bukidnon will be catered directly.

In case you’re not familiar with the route, here’s the map. It connects the National Highway at Mindanao Container Terminal junction.

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It then connects Sayre Highway at Mantibugao in Manolo Fortich just after Alae Bridge.

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Check out latest onsite photos. When the bridge construction is completed, the whole route will now be passable.

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Keep posted.

with photos by Kim Zaldivar

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