It has been a year since the Cebu-Cordova Link Expressway (CCLEX) first opened to the public. It has gathered a stream of 3.6 million vehicle users for the record. Over the years, CCLEC has made developments to improve its public service and to frontline its corporate social responsibility efforts, solar farms were completed to effectively reduce the company’s carbon emissions.
It has also opened its temporary food park in preparation for the coming Drive & Dine facility as well as the proposed plans for the building of commercial spaces along the toll expressway to accommodate motorists who need to take a quick stop.
There are also concrete plans for the opening of pedestrian and bike lanes for free use plus the rising of the Bisita Center. This will enable motorists and tourists to have a place where they can stop and enjoy the breathtaking view of its facade.
Adding to it, CCLEC is also working on the Guadalupe Ramps, opening additional access to CCLEX from V. Rama Ave. at the center of Cebu City. This project aims to support the Guadalupe River Development Program.
Allan G. Alfon, the president and general manager of CCLEC encourages everyone to use RFIDs instead of sticking to cash. This new method provides an app that is much more accessible and convenient for paying and promo viewing.
This modern toll expressway has greatly increased the city’s economic boom and it gave very helpful road access to motorists, cutting their total travel time to a considerable amount. The soon-coming developments will surely just increase the utilities and benefits the company offers to the Cebuanos.