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6 NCR roads to undergo repairs this weekend — MMDA

By: - Reporter / @ConsINQ
/ 05:15 PM January 24, 2020
dpwh Roadworks set this weekend; some Metro Manila lanes impassable

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MANILA, Philippines — Six roads in Metro Manila will be closed this weekend to make way for road reblocking and repairs,  the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) said Friday.

In a statement, MMDA said heavy traffic is expected as the Department of Public Works and Highways will conduct the repairs from 11 p.m. on Jan. 24 (Friday) to 5 a.m. on Jan. 27 (Monday).

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Here is the list of the affected roads:

SOUTHBOUND:

FEATURED STORIES

1.      A. Bonifacio Avenue near J. Manuel Street

2.      EDSA Bulacan Street to West Avenue (1st lane from the sidewalk)

WESTBOUND:

3.      Quirino Highway Nightingale to Zabarte Road (inner lane)

EASTBOUND:

4.      General Luis Street Rebisco Road to Samote Street

5.      Elliptical Road corner Maharlika Street (8th lane from outer sidewalk)

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NORTHBOUND:

6.      Katipunan Avenue/C-5 fronting UP Town Center (1st lane from center island)

Motorists are advised to take alternate routes to avoid expected traffic congestion in the affected roads.

Edited by JPV

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