9 kilometer, 8-hour traffic build-up at SLEX southbound

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SAN PEDRO, Laguna—An eight-hour monstrous traffic affecting a nine-kilometer stretch of the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) occurred starting early morning on Holy Thursday because of enormous volumes of Holy Week travellers going to various destinations and two minor accidents, according to the South Luzon Tollway Corporation (SLTC) operatives.

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  • WoBushi

    This is just simply crazy. Any thinking mind will find a solution to this. We’re not even close.

    • buttones

      I’m sure the DPWH have a plan…..

  • Brax82

    Wait wait! Kasalanan ni Gloria ito right?

  • leomar101

    Who cares about the traffic? Tapos ng nagpa picture si mongol aquino kahapon para makita ng mamayan na concern siya sa kapakanan ng mga travelers. hahahaha. Yon lang ang kaya niyang gawin mag inspect sa mga terminal at magpa picture.

    • marienkind

      Traffic is already a systemic problem. You sound like a kid who thinks all the problems in the world can only be solved by your parents.Helpless whelp.

  • Horst Manure

    Zombies..Zombies..Zombies…

  • $16638896

    di na natuto ang mga pinoy, itong mga panahon nato is not the best time to travel at maligo sa mga pool dahil halos lahat ng tao palabas ng manila at lahat dadaan ng toll so that equals to traffic. sa pool naman napakarami nang tao, marumi na tubig.

  • Row

    meron yata pulitiko na nagdasal sa Padre Pio Church sa Sto. Tomas. Mula SLEX traffic na kami kanina. tapos meron convoy ng mga SUV’s na meron kasama mga pulis/militar na backup ang umovertake sa sinasakyan namin bus na lalong nagpatraffic kasi marami sumunod sa kanila. pagdating sa Padre Pio Church meron mga pulis/militar na nagtatraffic(????) pero pinapatigil lang yung isa linya para isang linya lang ang tumatakbo kaya traffic masyado.

  • TheTuth

    What’s new? SLEX should just look NLEX.

  • aka

    OMG.

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