11 major roads in NCR to undergo repairs this weekend – MMDA
MANILA, Philippines — The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has warned of likely heavy traffic along certain roads this weekend as the Department of Public Works and Highways undertakes repairs and re-blocking.
Road repair and re-blocking are set to start at 11 p.m. Friday, October 4, and end at 5 a.m. Monday, October 7, according to MMDA.
In a statement, MMDA said the following roads will be affected:
1. EDSA – Camp Crame Gate 1 to MRT Annapolis Station, second lane from sidewalk
2. EDSA – Magallanes-Baclaran Bus Stop to Magallanes-Alabang Bus Stop, outer lane
3. EDSA-Roosevelt Avenue to Bulacan Street, third lane from sidewalk
4. G. Araneta – Baloy Street to Landragon St., second lane from sidewalk
5. Quirino Highway, Quezon City – Salvia St. before Belfast Road, inner lane
6. Elliptical Road – After Maharlika Street, seventh lane from outer sidewalk
7. General Luis Street – Samote Street to SB Road
8. A. Bonifacio Avenue – Marvex Drive to Balingasa, first lane from sidewalk
9. EDSA – After Aurora Boulevard to New York Street, third lane from sidewalk
10. EDSA – From Gate 4 to Gate 3, second lane from center island
11. Katipunan Avenue/C5 Road – After CP Garcia Street (truck lane)
Also, utility firm Manila Water said it will conduct manhole restoration along southbound of C-5 Road in Barangay Bagumbayan, Quezon City from 10 p.m. Friday to 4 a.m. Monday.
Manila Water said its activity will affect the second lane of the sidewalk of C-5 Road near JW Plaza Building.
MMDA also advised motorists to take alternate routes as DPWH will undertake pavement restoration at a portion of Pasig Boulevard in Barangay Pineda, Pasig City from 10 p.m. Friday to 4 a.m. Monday.
MMDA said the second lane from sidewalk near Petron Gasoline Station will be affected by the pavement restoration. /kga
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