The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) opened a new bridge that leads to tourism destinations in Tagaytay City.
During the ceremonial opening of the Kaykulot Bridge on Thursday, Public Works and Highways Sec. Mark Villar said that the 90 lineal meter bridge is a key component of the Kaykulot Road that will provide an alternate route and easy access to the city’s tourism spots such as the Tagaytay Picnic Grove and Peoples Park in the Sky.
“The entire Kaykulot Road Project has a total length of 2.367 kilometers. This will benefit about 2,000 motorists daily,” Villar said.
Kaykulot Bridge connects Tagaytay-Calamba Road to Sta. Rosa-Ulat-Tagaytay Road in Cavite.
The DPWH said that the bridge comprises of a 1.863 kilometer concrete pavement road with 13.40 meters width, curb and sidewalk on both sides.
“The Kaykulot Bridge compliments the 8.59 km Tagaytay Bypass Road Project. By 2022, when we complete the Tagaytay Infrastructure Network, Tagaytay will be more accessible to tourists, farmers and vendors,” Villar noted.