PINSALA NI SUPER TYPHOON ROLLY SA MGA PAMPUBLIKONG IMPRASTRUKTURA UMABOT NA SA P5.76B — DPWH

Ni Joan Alcantara
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Umabot na sa PhP5.76 bilyon ngayong araw, Nobyembre 3, ang halaga ng mga nasirang daan, tulay, flood control structure, at pampublikong gusaling napinsala dahil kay Super Typhoon Rolly.

Sa ulat ng Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), PhP1.515 bilyon ang tantiyadong naging pinsala sa mga daan, PhP458.2 milyon sa mga tulay, PhP2.036 bilyon sa flood control structures, PhP367.25 milyon sa mga gusali, at PhP1.379 bilyon naman sa iba pang imprastruktura.

“As expected, our assessment teams identified the majority of the destruction in Bicol Region amounting to P4.621 Billion,” pahayag ni DPWH Secretary Mark A. Villar.

Kasama sa mga hindi madadaanang mga kalsada sa Catanduanes ang ilang seksiyon ng Catanduanes Circumferential Road dahil sa landslide at mga nagsipagtumbang mga puno. Kasama rito ang mga seksiyon sa Brgy. Balongbong, Bato; Brgy. Libod, Pandan; Brgy. Putting Baybay, San Andres; at mula Brgy. Francia, Virac hanggang Brgy. Balongbong. Sarado rin ang Jct. Bato-Baras Rd. at Baras-Gigmoto-Viga Rd. dahil sa mga nagsipagtumbang poste ng kuryente.

“DPWH quick response teams are fast-tracking clearing operations along the affected road sections in the island as we have no alternative routes as of the moment. These roads must be opened soonest for the relief efforts which Catanduanes badly needs right now,” ani Sec. Villar.

Kasama rin sa mga isinara sa Region 5 ang ilang seksiyon ng Tabaco Wharf Rd. 2, Ligao-Tabaco Rd., Matacon Polangui Jct. Rd. sa Albay, Lagonoy-Caramoan Rd., at Nabua-Balatan Rd. sa Camarines Sur.

Sarado rin ang ilang seksiyon ng mga kalsada sa Apayao-Ilocos Norte Rd. at Nueva Ecija-Aurora Rd. Detour Rd. at Diteki Bridge sa Cordillera Adminstrative Region at Central Luzon dahil sa mga nakatumbang poste, kawad, at iba pang debris.

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