CLARK FREEPORT ZONE, Pampanga - The Clark Development Corp. (CDC) is now installing new traffic lights worth P7.1 million in strategic areas of this Freeport.
CDC Bids and Awards Committee (BAG) Manager Arthur Valdez said some of the new traffic lights were installed at the intersection of M.A. Roxas and Ninoy Aquino Streets near PLOT Clark and along M.A. Roxas Street near the Friendship Gate.
Valdez said the traffic lights near the PLOT Clark office costs P3.6 million while the ones installed near Friendship cost P3 million.
The amount, he added, includes the installation of direction and traffic signage.
Also, Valdez announced that the CDC has repaired traffic lights along C.M Recto Street going to the Mabalacat Gate for 1*577,000.
Valdez said with the installation of new traffic lights, the CDC can assure motorists safety and hassle-free vehicular and human traffic inside the Freeport.
The traffic lights, which are now fully operational, were imported from China and installed by local contractor Traffic Signal Builders, Inc.
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