PGMA to launch Eastern Seaboard route of the Strong Republic National Highway (SRNH)

Just back from her successful job-hunting trip to Dubai, President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo is set to traverse the Philippine archipelago once again for two days starting Wednesday (April 15) to launch the Eastern Seaboard Route of the Strong Republic Nautical Highway (SRNH).

The President will check on the roll-on, roll-off (RORO) operations in three ports, starting in Mindanao where she will be inaugurating the Surigao City RORO Port Expansion Project.

After the project briefing, President Arroyo shall board a RORO vessel bound for San Ricardo Port in Liloan, Southern Leyte in the Visayas.

With the media delegation on board during the two-hour sea travel, the President shall be interviewed on the government’s job-providing infrastructure projects which are now in full swing.

Expected to arrive by noon at the San Ricardo Port which she will also inaugurate, the President will unveil the marker of the San Ricardo Port Development Project.

Transportation and Communications Secretary Leandro Mendoza shall brief the President on the project.

As she has been doing in her provincial visits, the President will listen to the local folks about their situation and the benefits that the government’s latest infrastructure project has brought to their community.

After lunch, the President will travel by land to Tacloban City, leading the inaugural drive-through of the road link – the Sogod-Mahaplag-Abuyog Road – aside from inspecting the Agas-Agas Viaduct Project.

By 5:30 p.m., the President shall have reached Leyte’s provincial capitol which will be bedecked in a summer fiesta atmosphere for the inauguration rites for various projects.

The following morning, Thursday (April 16), the President shall head for the Naval Port in Biliran province, also in Leyte island, to inaugurate and unveil the marker for the newly-completed Naval Port Development Project and the Passengers Terminal Building. (PNA)

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