2 New River Drives Opened In Las Pinas
Manila Bulletin|May 13, 2021
Las Pinas City inaugurated on May 5 two new River Drives which are designed to shorten travel time and ease traffic in the city’s major thoroughfares.

Sen. Cynthia A. Villar and Las Pinas Rep. Camille Villar led the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the new road.

Attending the ceremony were DPWH-LPMDEO Asst. District Engr. Isabelo Valeros, Brgy. Pamplona 3 Captain Mori Riguera, Brgy. Pulang Lupa Dos Captain Teddy Quilatan, Verdant Achers President Dolly Ochoa and Casimiro Village President Minerva Gregana.

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