Page Nav

HIDE

Breaking News:

latest

Ads Place

Unlad Pier opening, the newest addition to Cavite City's waterfront

By Lily Gut Cavite First District Representative Jolo Revilla, Mayor Denver Chua, and Vice Mayor Raleigh Rusit grace the grand opening cerem...

By Lily Gut





Unlad Pier opening, the newest addition to the Cavite City's waterfront
Cavite First District Representative Jolo Revilla, Mayor Denver Chua, and Vice Mayor Raleigh Rusit grace the grand opening ceremony of Unlad Pier, symbolizing the importance of this new infrastructure in the development of Cavite City. (Photo from CAVITE PIA)






CAVITE CITY - Cavite City residents, business owners, and tourists can now use the much-anticipated Unlad Pier for their transportation needs, as it promises to provide a convenient and efficient way of traveling across the city's waterfront.

The current 2-hour bus ride could be cut to a 20-minute ferry trip. This significant reduction in travel time is a great advantage for commuters, especially those who frequently travel between Cavite City and the city's waterfront.



The Unlad Pier in CaƱacao Bay connects Cavite City to other nearby areas, such as Corregidor Island and the Mall of Asia in Pasay City., is expected to see an increase in passenger traffic with the introduction of the ferry service.

Led by Cavite First District Representative Jolo Revilla, Mayor Denver Chua, and Vice Mayor Raleigh Rusit, the pier project was initiated to address the growing transportation demands of Cavite City residents and tourists.

The Unlad Pier is expected to not only improve the overall commute experience but also boost tourism and economic activities in the area.

Rusit asserted that the opening of the Unlad Pier will be a significant milestone for Cavite City as it will provide a more convenient and efficient mode of transportation for both locals and visitors.

Additionally, the pier project is also expected to create job opportunities and attract more investments to the city, further stimulating its economic growth.

Meanwhile, Revilla highlighted that the Unlad Pier will not only benefit Cavite City, but also the surrounding areas, as it will serve as a gateway for trade and commerce.

He emphasized that the pier's strategic location will facilitate easier access to goods and services, ultimately fostering economic development in the region.

This often-forgotten city was founded in the 1580s as a key seaport for the galleon trade and was known as Puerto Cavite at the time. It was Intramuros' twin sister and, in many respects, Manila's "NAIA" back then.

Intramuros and Cavite City were inseparable since the city's deep waterways compensated for Manila's shallow bays (the latter even has a street called Muralla! and walls comparable to Intramuros). Because of its status, it served as the capital of the whole Cavite province from then until the 1950s.

No comments

Latest Articles

#SentinelTimes is Quezon Province #1 Regional Weekly Newspaper.

We're in print, website, and radio. We will bring you the latest news and updates at your fingertips.

SERVICES OFFERED:
• Commercial Advertisements (Print, Radio, Website)
• Subscription
• Extra-judicial Settlement / Partition of Estate (land, bank account, share of stock)
• Deed of Sale (motor vehicle)
• Notice of Affidavit of Loss
• Change of First Name, Birthdate, and Gender
• Invitation to Bid
• Provincial / City / Municipal Ordinances
• Public Announcements
• Sponsored Content
• and more...

EDITORIAL OFFICE ADDRESS: Sentinel Times Quezon Province Regional Weekly Newspaper is published at Dau St. Calmar Subd. Brgy. Mayao Kanluran, Lucena City, 4301 Quezon Province, Philippines
TELEPHONE: 042-717-6108
CELL: 0927-938-5896
E-MAIL: sentineltimes@yahoo.com
WEBSITE: www.sentineltimes.net/
SOCIAL MEDIA: @stcalabarzon

Disclaimer. The opinions expressed in this publication are those of the authors. They do not purport to reflect the opinions or views of the Sentinel Times or its members.