Gov’t resolves ROW issues for NAIA Expressway project
Bilyonaryo Ramon S. Ang’s San Miguel Corporation and the millions of motorists that suffer the traffic bottlenecks at the roads leading to the airport can now look forward to shorter travel time after the government has resolved right-of-way (ROW) problems that have delayed completion of the NAIA Expressway project.
Inquirer’s Bizz Buzz reported all ROW issues have now been settled, and the 2-kilometer phase connecting NAIA terminals 1 and 2 to Pagcor City could be completed by May or June.
The next phase of the elevated tollroad, another 2-km road linking Naia Terminal 3 to Pagcor City, is seen completed by October.
Biz Buzz added the only remaining issues pertain to underground cables and utilities affected by all the digging required to put up this infrastructure project. But these underground issues are seen resolved in a few weeks’ time.
Once completed, the P15.86-billion NAIA Expressway is seen to benefit 80,000 travelers a day and reduce travel time from the Skyway to Terminal 1 from 24.3 minutes to 8.2 minutes.