The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) will conduct mapping and tagging of affected structures in Muntinlupa under the proposed route of the Laguna Lakeshore Road Network (LLRN) Project.
Barangay Sucat in Muntinlupa, where the project will pass through, notified residents that the DPWH, through its consultant, will conduct mapping and tagging in Purok 2 from June 5 to 30.
According to Barangay Sucat, the portion in blue was the affected area before. In the new design, the area in red will be affected (Barangay Sucat)
The LLRN is a 37.4-km road network and viaduct south of Metro Manila, according to the DPWH.
The LLRN Project Phase 1 that will “connect the southern province of Laguna to Metro Manila via Laguna Lake along the western coastline will provide a safer, faster alternative, and reliable transportation link.”
According to Barangay Sucat, from the Laguna Lake, a slip road will be built in Sucat that will affect houses and residents.
Last year, a survey was already done but there were changes in the design of the LLRN Project. Because of this, a new survey will be done.
In a letter to Sucat Barangay Chairman Rafael Sevilla, DPWH Project Manager Zenaida Mauhay said, “Part of the DED [Detailed Engineering Design] scope of the LLRN Project Phase-I is the updating of the Resettlement Action Plan (RAP), Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI), and Parcellary Survey. The said update is due to a minor realignment along the Sucat Interchange in Barangay Sucat, Muntinlupa City.”
The DPWH’s consultant will conduct the survey in Sucat covering the following: Markings, research and preparation of subdivision plans for affected lots; census and tagging of affected structures; detailed measurement survey (DMS) / inventory of losses (IOL); socio-economic survey (SES); and focus group discussions with women, sectoral representatives from barangay.