This Is How the Lagusnilad Underpass Will Be Like Once Renovations Are Done
The Manila Public Information Office just released images of how the Lagusnilad Underpass will look when its rehabilitation is finished.
According to the Manila city government, the new Lagusnilad will feature vertical gardens. It is part of the local government's efforts to create open and green spaces in the capital.
A small library built on the walls of the underpass will also be retained. For this project, the city has allowed Books from Underground to continue its operations in the underpass.
Another interesting feature are the murals, which will be painted near the entrances and exits of the underpass. The murals will depict historic events in the country. Motion sensors, touchscreen guides, and interactive walls will also be installed in the modern underpass. Security cameras will also have facial recognition technology.
Manila has also promised to keep the Lagusnilad Underpass well lit 24/7 to keep the area safe. Prior to its rehabilitation, the underpass was dark, damp, and reeked.
Take a look at the rendered design of the new Lagusnilad Underpass.