Press Release
June 15, 2018

Villar opens new Sinombre Drive to make traffic faster along busy roads of Las Piñas

Senator Cynthia A. Villar led the inauguration of the newly constructed Sinombre Drive that seeks to further ease the flow of traffic in the main thoroughfares of Las Piñas City.

The Sinombre Drive road project was initiated by Senator Villar as part of her commitment to address the terrible traffic problem in the city. It was funded and implemented by the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH).

"I am fully aware of the horrendous traffic that affects the residents of Las Piñas City and all motorists and commuters who ply the Alabang-Zapote road. I understand the anger and frustration. That is why I am finding ways to help ease the traffic congestion. I hope this new road will make travelling within the city easier and faster,' Villar said.

The 500-meter Sinombre Drive traverses along the Sinombre Creek. It will bring motorists to the access road from the Alabang-Zapote road to the Zapote River drive, passing through Pamplona Park subdivision in barangay Pamplona, and connect to the Las Piñas River Drive, a five-phased, 15-kilometer road project also initiated by Villar.

The new roadway will directly benefit residents of Pamplona Park subdivision, Sterlinglife Homes, Remarville and Patricia Homes of Pamplona 2.

'I look forward to faster traffic and business movements to and from Las Piñas and surrounding areas now that we have these new road projects. I initiated these projects to make the lives of our people better and travelling less burdensome,' Villar said.

Villar will lead the ribbon-cutting ceremonies during the inauguration of the new road. She will be joined by city government officials, barangay leaders and members of the homeowners associations of the subdivisions that will benefit the new route.

After the ribbon cutting, Villar will join the project's frontrunners for a final look-through of the new roadway.

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