|Rehabilitation/Reconstruction/Upgrading of Dr. Damian Reyes Road (Boac Side). This recent photo taken at the Bantay-Puyog area in central Marinduque. This road cuts through Boac to Torrijos.|
|Part of the ongoing upgrading of the Dr. Damian Reyes Road in Ilaya, interior Boac.|
|Major infrastructure projects province-wide have a total project cost of approximately Php 480.27-million.|
Waterworks system for a number of barangays have been provided at Poblacion, Buenavista; Poctoy-Poblacion, Torrijos; and the construction of rain water collectors at Pinggan, Pulo, Bacong-Bacong in Gasan.
|Farm-to-market road in Barangay ipil, Sta. Cruz. Just one of many farm-to-market roads constructed in all of Marinduque's six municipalities.|
|An FMR in Balanacan (Mogpog).|
|Another FMR in Candahon (Mogpog)|
|FMR in Villa Mendez.|
|Barangay residents walking in a newly completed FMR.|
The Gasan-Boac MCR road concreting from the Marinduque Airport to Amoingon which is under the regional project amounted to Php 51.54-million, and is the longest road project and ensures safer, more comfortable travel, all seen to further enhance the promotion of trade and tourism province-wide.
Among the school buildings that have been completed are elementary school buildings in Buangan, Boi, Tungib, Payanas and Binunga.
|Part of the finished portion of the Marinduque Circumferential Road (Tigwi-Dampulan-Lipata-Yook Section)|
|This road that used to be called 'the beaten path' is now being concreted. This road leads to Bellarocca Island Resort and Spa in Lipata, Buenavista.|
|Still part of the long and winding Tigwi-Dampulan-Lipata-Yook section of the Marinduque Circumferential Road.|
|At the Yook residential area. Folks happier now.|
|One of DPWH's flood control, river control and revetment projects throughout the island-province. This one's in Aturan, Sta. Cruz.|
|Living will be much easier in Marinduque in the not-too-distant future, my friend.|
(This article posted by this blogger in consultation with DPWH Marinduque District Office and the Office of Cong. Lord Allan Jay Q. Velasco).