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Transportation & Access

Maribojoc has a total road network of 56.99 kilometers of national road, 25.82 kilometers of provincial roads, and 3.203 kilometers of municipal roads. Of these, 24.62 kilometers are concreted, 5.23 kilometers are made of asphalt roads, 27.06 kilometers are made gravel surface and 0.08 kilometers are made up of earth fill.

Maribojoc has thirteen bridges, eight of which are made of concrete, one is made of wood and the rest are made of other materials.

There are approximately 110 public utility vehicles serving in the municipality. These are made up of jeepneys routing to and from Maribojoc – Tagbilaran; tricycles commuting passengers within the coastal barangays and nearby interior barangays; and the motorcycle for rent (habal-habal) serving the interior barangays. Each of the public utilities mentioned above has designated parking space / terminal in the Poblacion area.

Landline telephone services are available in some of the households and establishments in the coastal barangays provided by the Globelines. However, communication is now made easier through the individual use of cellular phones. Distribution and acceptance of mails and parcel are being catered by the Philippine Post Office, situated in the municipal building.

The transportation access for the barangays directly adjacent to the Abatan River is through habal-habal. Public utility bus from Antequera has its route via San Roque – Toril – Busao – Agahay – Cabawan, giving scheduled transport services to these barangays to and from Tagbilaran.