Leading property developer, Robinsons Land Corporation extends its services to other parts of the Metro with the opening of the new Robinsons Bridge in Las Piñas City. This project is in support of the city government’s continued efforts of providing its citizens alternative routes to augment the traffic condition along busy roads such as the Alabang Zapote Road.
The construction of the two-lane bridge, which opens from 7 a.m. until 10 p.m., serves as an alternative route from Alabang Zapote Road to BF International in Las Pinas City and Paranaque City via Robinsons Place Las Pinas and Friendship Road allowing the public to save ample amount of travel time.
With the opening of the Robinsons Bridge, motorists will be able to travel more efficiently as the bridge can ease traffic congestion and ensure quicker transport of passengers and goods. The new bridge also ensures the safety of the travelers with its well-lighted roads and wider lanes.
The official opening of the Robinsons Bridge was graced by the community of RLC together with the city’s local officials. Leading the ribbon-cutting ceremony were (L-R) Regional Operation Manager, Mylene Del Rosario; City Councilor, Peewee Aguilar; City Councilor, Henry Medina; Paramount Village Homeowners President, Ding Alipalo; City Engineer, Rose Bantog; Brgy. Talon Tres Captain, Lito Cuevas; City Councilor Bonnie Riguera and RLC Director for Operations Luzon, Irving Wu.
For RLC, the year 2017 has been all about community developments with the construction of different projects in an effort to help maintain the safety of the pedestrians, provide convenience to the commuters and ease traffic congestion in busy areas.
From transport services and pedestrian overpasses to the newly-constructed Robinsons Bridge, RLC continues to work closely with local government units of different cities as they explore possible ways to make the lives of the public much better and more comfortable.