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Segment 10 Tour and Briefing for Malabon Officials

Date Posted : August 19, 2015

Metro Pacific Tollways Corporation (MPTC) President and CEO Ramoncito S. Fernandez (4th from right) and Manila North Tollways Corporation (MNTC) President and CEO Rodrigo E. Franco (3rd from left) recently hosted Malabon City officials led by Mayor Antolin A. Oreta III (middle) during a briefing aimed at strengthening support and partnership between NLEX and Malabon City for the NLEX Harbor Link Segment 10 project.

 

The briefing is in line with MNTC’s ongoing Segment 10 tours to update its various stakeholders on the construction, features, and benefits of Segment 10, the company’s P10.5-billion road project.   

 

 “We want to work with and engage our communities in the development of road projects that will make a difference in their lives,” explained Fernandez.

 

“Beyond providing world-class infrastructure, MNTC is also hoping to contribute to the growth of its host communities. The Harbor Link project will make Malabon accessible to more people thus spur economic growth in the City,” Franco said.

 

Appreciative of MNTC’s latest project, Mayor Oreta said, “We are very thankful to MNTC for including us in this project. This will be a great help in improving the commerce in Malabon.”

 

Segment 10 is the second and last phase of the NLEX Harbor Link project. It is a 5.65-kilometer all-elevated roadway that will begin at MacArthur Highway in Valenzuela, and will proceed to Malabon and C3 road in Caloocan extending to Road 10 in Navotas.

 

Also in photo are (from left): MNTC Senior Vice President for Legal and Regulatory Affairs Atty. Romulo Quimbo, MNTC Vice President for Construction Management Services Nemesio Castillo, Barangay Tugatog Chairwoman Edna Valenzuela, Barangay Tinajeros Chairman Alvin Mañalac, MNTC Vice President for Corporate Communication Marlene Ochoa, and Malabon City Administrator Atty. Voltaire Dela Cruz.