Dasmariñas-GMA-Carmona Diversion Road to be completed in 2026

Dasmariñas-GMA-Carmona Diversion Road

The Dasmariñas- General Mariano Alvarez-Carmona Diversion Road is expected to be completed in 2026, the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) said.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • How big is the diversion road?

    The bypass road is eyed to span 4.9-kilometers with six lanes.
  • How much is the working budget for the Dasmariñas-GMA-Carmona Diversion Road?

    The project has a total budget of P120.5 million.
  • In a statement, the department said that once completed, the aforementioned bypass road in Cavite will ensure ease of travel going to the three towns.

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    Targeted to be a 4.9-kilometer, six-lane paved bypass road, the Dasmariñas- General Mariano Alvarez-Carmona Diversion Road is currently 33-percent finished — with only 1.6 kilometers of the road constructed.

    Being created with a total budget of P120.5 million, the bypass road will begin along Paliparan Road, a tertiary road along Dasmariñas, Cavite and will traverse through General Mariano Alvarez, with its end at Governor’s Drive in Carmona.

    To note, the project’s construction program started in 2020.

    Photos from Department of Public Works and Highways

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