Panguil Bay Bridge as of May 2023 Progress Update
Here’s the latest progress update of the longest bridge in Mindanao, the Panguil Bay Bridge (PBB), as of May 2023.
The Panguil Bay Bridge, one of the most ambitious infrastructure projects in the Philippines, is steadily progressing and poised to bring significant benefits to the regions of Misamis Occidental and Lanao del Norte. This landmark bridge, once completed, will connect Tangub in Misamis Occidental and Tubod in Lanao del Norte, bridging the gap between the two provinces and enhancing regional connectivity.
The Panguil Bay Bridge is a 3.77-kilometer-long bridge that will span across Panguil Bay, linking Tangub in Misamis Occidental and Tubod in Lanao del Norte. The project aims to facilitate the movement of people, goods, and services between the two provinces, reducing travel time and unlocking economic opportunities in the region. It will be the longest bridge in Mindanao and is expected to become a symbol of progress and development.
Here’s the estimated progress timeline of the Panguil Bay Bridge project.
- 69% complete as of May 10, 2023
- 90% complete by December 2023
- 95% complete by March 2024
- 100% complete, open to vehicular traffic by June 2024
Aerial photos of the Panguil Bay Bridge project as of May 2023.
The 7.3-billion Panguil Bay Bridge project connects Tangub in Misamis Occidental and Tubod in Lanao del Norte. The 3.77-KM Panguil Bay Bridge will reduce travel time to only 7 minutes from 2.5 hours.
The Panguil Bay Bridge project represents a significant milestone in the development of infrastructure in the Philippines. As it progresses steadily, the bridge holds the promise of transforming the economic landscape of Misamis Occidental and Lanao del Norte.