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MMDA: 13 road sections to undergo repair, reblocking from Oct. 12 to 14

By: - Reporter / @KHallareINQ
/ 07:26 PM October 11, 2019

MANILA, Philippines — Sections of 13 roads in Quezon City will be closed for traffic to allow reblocking and repairs from Oct. 12-14, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) said Friday.

In an advisory, the MMDA said some road sections will be closed starting Oct. 12, 11 p.m. until Oct. 14, 5 a.m. as roadworks will be done by the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH).

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The following road sections will be closed:

Southbound:

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  1. Edsa Panorama Bldg. to Bansalangin St. (1stlane from sidewalk)
  2. Edsa after Mo. Ignacio (2ndlane from sidewalk)
  3. Edsa fronting BRIO Tower (3rd, 4th, and outer lane)
  4. Edsa front of Camp Crame Gate (1stlane from sidewalk)
  5. Edsa Annapolis St. going to V.V Soliven (2ndlane from sidewalk)
  6. G. Araneta from T. Arguelles to Bayanin (1stlane from sidewalk)

Eastbound:

  1. Quirino Highway before Belfast Road (outer lane)
  2. General Luis St. Rebisco Road to SB Road
  3. Elliptical Road after Maharlika (6thlane from outer sidewalk)

Westbound:

  1. Novaliches General Luis St. Samonte St. to SB Road

Northbound:

  1. A. Bonifacio Ave. Sgt. Rivera to J. Pineda (2ndlane from sidewalk)
  2. Katipunan Ave./C-5 after C.P Garcia St. (truck lane)
  3. Edsa after Aurora Blvd. to New York St. (3rdlane from sidewalk)

Motorists are advised to take alternative routes, the MMDA said.   /muf

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