Construction of the ₱7.37 Billion Panguil Bay Bridge Project is now 51.4 percent completed. This was disclosed by DPWH Undersecretary Emil Sadain during the site inspection by DPWH officials led by Secretary Roger Mercado last June 1.

Based on the report, the project has recovered from the delays in the delivery of equipment and materials in 2020 brought about by the unprecedented impacts of the global coronavirus pandemic.

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Targetted for completion by December 2023, the Panguil Bay Bridge Project will make commuting easier as it will only take 7 minutes from Tangub to Tubod compared to 1 hour and 30 minutes via Roll-On Roll-Off vessels operating from Ozamis to Mucas or land travel through Panguil Bay road of 2 to 2 and a half hours over a total length of 100 kilometers.

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Below are latest aerial shots by Panguil Bay Bridge Construction Update.

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with photos by DPWH

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