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Armm completes 1,599 kilometers of new roads

By Teng Lauban Datu
Cotabato City Bureau Chief .

regional governnment of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) has completed 1,599 kilometers (kms.) of roads from 2012 to 2018.

Data from the region’s Public Works department also showed 508.685 kms., or 22.075% of the target, are still ongoing as of September 14 this year. The same source, however, noted 183.382 kms., or 7.958%, are yet to be started.

The province of Lanao del Sur received the most number of road projects in the region as it registered a total of 335, followed by Maguindanao with 306, Sulu with 277, and Basilan and Tawi-Tawi with 247 and 173 respectively.

ARMM Gov. Mujiv S. Hataman said these initiatives will make the communities, especially in areas with security problems, feel the presence of the government. The ARMM’s infrastructure program, the governor said, directly promotes peace and development.

He said the region’s constituents will now have easy access to government’s services on transportation, health, trade and industry, agriculture and fishery, tourism, all considered vital in boosting the region’s economy.

The ARMM government has allocated over P35 billion for the implementation of these road projects during the last six years. Many of the road projects are located in conflict-affected and far-flung communities. (Bureau of Public Information)

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