Part of Roxas Boulevard to be closed for Manila Baywalk clean-up
MANILA, Philippines — A portion of Roxas Boulevard in Manila will be closed to give way for the clean-up of the Manila Baywalk on Saturday, Sept. 19, Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) said on Thursday.
In a traffic advisory, MMDA said roads along Roxas Boulevard from P. Burgos to Quirino Avenue (both bounds) would not be passable from 6 a.m. until 9 a.m.
Instead, MMDA advised motorists to take these alternate routes:
1. Osmena Highway, right turn Quirino, straight to Lacson Ave., left turn Tayuman, Capulong St. to destination.
2. Along Roxas Blvd, right turn EDSA, Osmena Highway, left turn Quirino Ext, U.N. Avenue, right turn Romualdez, left turn Ayala Blvd, Finance Rd, P. Burgos, right turn Bonifacio Drive, to destination.
1. Bonifacio Drive, left turn P. Burgos, Finance rd, Ayala Blvd, right turn Marcelino St, right turn Quirino Ave then left turn Roxas Blvd to destination.
The Manila Bay Walk clean up coincides with the International Coastal Clean-Up Day, which is held every third Saturday of September, which is required under Proclamation No. 470 series of 2003. [ac]
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