Tuesday, July 5, 2022

“Build Build Build” Program Rolls Out NLEX Harbor Link

“Build Build Build” Program Rolls Out NLEX Harbor Link

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The “Build Build Build” team of the Duterte administration and private sector partner NLEX Corporation open the 2.6-km section of NLEX Harbor Link, one of the government’s flagship infrastructure project from Caloocan Interchange, C3 to Mel Lopez Boulevard (formerly R10).

(L-R) NLEX Corporation President and General Manager Luigi Bautista, MPIC President and CEO Jose Ma. Lim, DOTr Secretary Arthur Tugade, DPWH Secretary Mark Villar, Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea, BCDA President and CEO Vince Dizon

The new NLEX Harbor Link section features the new Caloocan interchange (with on and off ramps along Grace Park), the new Malabon Exit (with off ramp on Dagat-Dagatan Avenue) and the new Navotas Interchange (with on and off ramps on North Bay Boulevard South). From the NLEX Mindanao Toll Plaza, motorists may now reach the Port Area in Manila in about 15 to 20 minutes.

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