Colorful bridges in Antipolo City bring good vibes to motorists, pedestrians

Published October 7, 2021, 6:57 AM

by Nel Andrade


Seven newly repainted bridges in several areas in Antipolo City are the latest feast for the eyes of motorists and pedestrians.

Photo courtesy of City Procurement Office of Antipolo LGU/ MANILA BULLETIN


This is because the bridges were repainted in various colors, designs and forms, bringing positive vibes to pedestrians and motorists.

For several weeks now, the City Procurement Office (CPO) of the Antipolo City Government has been busy doing the repainting of the faded bridges and transforming them into palettes.

Photo courtesy of City Procurement Office of Antipolo LGU/ MANILA BULLETIN


With designs such as dotted, rectangular, elongated and stripe patterns in various colors, the newly repainted bridges became huge works of art in Antipolo City.

According to the CPO, the repainting project was a product of conceptualization, designing, and layouting to ensure that the bridge will come out appealing to the eyes and also safe for both the pedestrians and motorists. The rainy weather for the past few weeks has also been causing some delay in the completion of the repainting project.

The newly repainted bridges can be found in the following streets and villages in Antipolo City:

1. P. Oliveros Street beside Ynares Center in Barangay San Roque

2. Antipolo – Kaytikling Road (Ortigas Extension) near Beverly Hills Subdivision in Barangay Beverly

3. J. Sumulong Street in front of Cristimar Subdivision in Barangay San Roque

4. Carigma Street in Barangay San Jose

5. near Femar Resort in Barangay Sta. Cruz

6. Pedracio Street in Barangay Dalig

7. Sapinit Road in Barangay San Juan and Inarawan

The office of Mayor Andrea Bautista Ynares said the city government targets to repaint all the city’s 50 bridges.
 
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