SAN FABIAN, Pangasinan — A scenic view and better access to San Fabian beach is now awaiting tourists with the completion of a 1.335-kilometer access road in Brgy. Bolasi here.
The project worth P 37.5 million was funded under the General Appropriations Act (GAA) of 2020.
The construction involved the main feeder distribution system for lighting and stonemasonry with stamped concrete or commonly referred to as patterned concrete or imprinted concrete with rubber stamps designed from “real stone”, which enhances the look of the paved road.
“A better and more convenient access to the beach awaits tourist as the county’s tourism slowly eases up to progress to aid national recovery and rebuilding for the future in this time of pandemic,” The Department of Public Works and Highways Region 1 said in a Facebook post.
The said project is expected to boost the local economy of this town in anticipation that more business owners will provide a livelihood to residents, once tourists begin to flock and witness the beauty of the beach.
Meanwhile, Pangasinan fourth District Congressman Christopher De Venecia who was also instrumental in the project said the boardwalk is only for pedestrians and bicycle riders for a really enjoyable visit where they could lay eyes and commune with nature.
“Magtatanim tayo ng mga halaman at magtatayo ng iba pang imprastraktura na mas lalong kagigiliwan ng ating mga kabaleyan. Naniniwala tayo na mas lalo pang sisigla at uunlad ang turismo at kabuhayan sa bayan ng San Fabian at sa buong cuatro distrito,” De Venecia said.