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Traffic, flood advisories in Metro Manila, parts of Luzon


MANILA, Philippines – Below is the latest traffic and flood advisories in areas affected by Tropical Storm “Falcon” (international name: Maeri), according to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management council as of 12 noon:


• Makati – All roads and bridges in eight villages that were previously impassable are now passable after flood waters have subsided;

• Valenzuela –  Barangay (villages) Balangkas near Deata Elementary School, the corner of MH del Pilar and Bisif in Barangay (village) Bisig, Hulo and Puso Streets in Barangay Coloong, the San Simon Subdivision in  Dalandan, Zone 2 in Barangay Isla, Zone 5 in Barangay Palasan, the corner of Pasolo and G. Lozano in Barangay Pasolo, the front of Barangay Polo, and Barangay Lingunan from rubber master to Dumpsite are all impassable to light vehicles;

• Malabon – Mesina in Tenejeros, Merville in Dampalit, Bautista in Panghulo, Adante, Rivera, and Estrella inTanong, Sitio (sub-village) 6 in Catmon, Ortega and Santiago in Tonsuya, Panghulo Road, F. Nicolas and Vicencio in Niugan, Borromeo and CMU in Longos, Lascano in Tugatog, Don Basilio, and General Luna along Jacinto to Meralco are all impassable to light vehicles;

• Paranaque – The roads in or around the villages of Baclaran (Bagong Sikat, Bagong Ilog, Bagong Lipunan), Tambo (seaside, Camp Claudio, St. Joseph, Quirino), Sto Nino (Kaingin, Casino Filipino), Vitalez (Banana Compound, Airlane), San Isidro (Valley 15, Valley 2, Valley 6, Purok 3 & 5, Matatdo) San Antonio (Bodoni Dulo Area 3, Lower 5-4 Area) BF Homes (Lagoon Area) Don Bosco (Amethyst Street, Annex 19 & 18, El Dorado Dulo, Malacanang Dulo) and Sun Valley (Annex 41) are not passable to light vehicles;

• Pasay – Barangay 177, Barangay 180, Barangay 181, Barangay 182, Barangay 183, Barangay 184,  and Barangay 185 are all impassable to light vehicles;


• Benguet – the Baguio-Bontoc Road (Km 283+800) Topdac Section is partly passable. The Shilan-Beckel Road K0263+740 is closed to traffic due to a road cut;


• Zambales – Road along Brgy Antipolo, San Antonio eroded – not passable to all types of vehicles  and  Barangay San Miguel, San Antonio eroded but still passable to all types of vehicles;

• Tarlac – one lane is closed due to a 0.60m x 0.70m pothole on the bridgedeck slab of the northbound lane of the Cut-cut Bridge Km 105+707 along the Manila North Road in Capas, Tarlac;


• Mindoro West Coast Road (MWCR) Patrick Section (K0345+162.24-K0345+470 – hardly passable due to mudflow coming from the mountainside – passable to light vehicles only ;


• Albay West Coast Road – KO491 and Sagrada Section, Libon KO495– underwater – impassable to  light vehicles;

• Barangay Masarawag, Guinobatan; Sua-Quirangay Road; Sitio Paclas, San Isidro and Sitio Agustin in Libon – impassable due to flooding;

• Polangui Upland roads – impassable due to landslide

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