“Sana all eco-friendly yung kalsada”: This quirky netizen plants on cracked road


“Sana all eco-friendly yung kalsada”: This quirky netizen plants on cracked road. There are just things left forgotten, just like this unfinish

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Glen Cui Infante planting on potholes. 📷credit: Glen Cui Infante

Glen Cui Infante planting on potholes. 📷credit: Glen Cui Infante

“Sana all eco-friendly yung kalsada”: This quirky netizen plants on cracked road.

There are just things left forgotten, just like this unfinished pavement along Novaliches, Quezon City. Road infrastructures are a must in these difficult times, when delivering goods and commodities. Nevertheless, one cannot avoid to pass by roads that are under construction. Road works undoubtedly causes inconvenience to motorists and residents in the area, but how long should the construction take?

Sick of having to deal with the cracked road every day for a year, this netizen had a quirky way of coping with the problem.

Netizen, Glen Cui Infante, posted photos of himself planting on potholes of a broken pavement. Grass had grown inside the potholes because it has been left unfinished for a year. Infante captioned his photos with a quirky message saying, “Flex ko lang garden ko. Sana all eco-friendly yung kalsada.”

Damaged Road

Damaged Road with grass growing on potholes. 📷credit: Glen Cui Infante

Carrying a plant of his own, he took photos of himself about to dig on the pothole and transfer his plant. “Gets ko na kung bakit binutasan yung makinis na kalsada., gagawin atang garden!”

In an interview with MB Online, Infante explained that it had been a year since hydraulic drilling machines bore holes and thus, grass had grown by itself. He jokingly added that he wanted to experiment, “if ano mauuna, pagtubo ng halaman or gawin yung kalsada?” [which will come first, the plants growing or the repair of the road.]

The post went viral with netizens in sympathy and some are retelling the same experiences with unfinished road repairs in their areas. Some were definitely entertained on how he dealt with a huge nuisance such as road construction.

It is unclear whether officials had to pause the road construction for funding or whichever reasons, but Infante hopes the post will remind them to take action.

Since President Duterte assumed position, the ‘Build, build, build’ program had so far finished 9845km of roads, 2,709 bridges, 243 seaport projects and 64 airport projects.

 

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