Overall EPC (Engineering, Procurement, and Construction) Progress

56.58%

As of March 2020, the overall Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contract of the project stands at 56.58 percent while construction progress alone is at 41.68 percent.

The P30-billion CCLEX project will have two lanes in each direction that will provide safe, quick, and scenic passage to an estimated 50,000 vehicles daily, easing the traffic in the existing Marcelo Fernan Bridge and the Mandaue-Mactan Bridge.

The Cebu South Coastal Road on ramp deck.

The span and height of the bridge, which is at 51 meters, will allow large sea vessels to pass underneath.

CCLEX also features a lighted cross on top of the pylons that will be lit on four sides at night to symbolize Cebu’s significant role as the cradle of the Catholic devotion.

The facility has a design speed of 60 to 80 kilometers per hour. It can also withstand up to a magnitude 10 earthquake and is vessel-collision proof.

The two towers of the main bridge.

Once finished, not only is CCLEX seen to reduce traffic and make traveling more convenient but also spur trade activities and open greater economic opportunities for Cebu and the rest of the Visayan region.

CCLEC is a subsidiary company of Metro Pacific Tollways Corporation (MPTC), the toll road arm of Metro Pacific Investments Corporation (MPIC), a publicly listed infrastructure holding company and a member of the MVP Group of Companies.

The Tower 1 Cebu back span and Cebu viaduct.

MPTC is the largest toll road concessionaire and operator in the Philippines, which expansion goals include establishing toll operations in the Visayas, other parts of the Philippines, and in neighboring countries notably Thailand, Vietnam, and Indonesia.

Once finished, not only is CCLEX seen to reduce traffic and make traveling more convenient but also spur trade activities and open greater economic opportunities for Cebu and the rest of the Visayan region.

CCLEC is a subsidiary company of Metro Pacific Tollways Corporation (MPTC), the toll road arm of Metro Pacific Investments Corporation (MPIC), a publicly listed infrastructure holding company and is a member of the MVP Group of Companies.

MPTC is the largest toll road concessionaire and operator in the Philippines, which expansion goals include establishing toll operations in the Visayas, other part of the Philippines, and in neighboring countries notably Thailand, Vietnam, and Indonesia.