Pangasinan, Philippines – In a bid to improve accessibility to the renowned Historical site and pilgrimage area located in Binalonan and SanManuel, the Provincial Government of Pangasinan, under the leadership of Governor Ramon V. Guico III, is spearheading a significant infrastructure project to construct a new access road network and other facilities. The road is expected to enhance the experience of the devotees and tourists who visit the sacred site each year.
The pilgrimage site, which holds great spiritual significance for many Filipinos, attracts pilgrims from all corners of the country. The existing road leading to the site has been plagued by numerous challenges, including its narrow width, inadequate drainage, and poor surface condition. These issues have posed difficulties for visitors and have become a barrier to fully experiencing the pilgrimage.
Governor Guico, recognizing the importance of addressing these concerns, has taken aproactiveapproach to improve the infrastructure in the area. With the full support of the Provincial Government of Pangasinan, the ambitious project to improve the area is currently underway.
The construction project, which commenced earlier this year, aims to create a wider and more durable road that can accommodate increased vehicular traffic and improve the overall visitor experience. The road will also feature improved drainage systems to prevent flooding during heavy rains, ensuring safe passage for pilgrims and touristsalike.
Governor Guico, known for his commitment to public service and infrastructure development, has allocated a significant portion of the provincial budget towards the construction of the access road. The project is being meticulouslysupervised to ensure that the highest standardsof quality andsafety are met.