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ROADWORKS AHEAD, TAKE ALTERNATE ROUTES

MMDA to motorists: Expect traffic jam along España Blvd from Oct 1-6

/ 05:56 PM September 29, 2021
MMDA: Road works set ahead, traffic jam possible along España Boulevard

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MANILA, Philippines — The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) on Wednesday advised motorists of possible traffic build-up along España Boulevard in the city of Manila due to scheduled roadworks from October 1-6.

According to the MMDA, the Department of Public Works and Highways will conduct road repairs from Extremadura Street to M. Dela Fuente Street on España Boulevard.

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The affected roads, the MMDA said, would not be closed to traffic as the repairs would be done in portions, according to the MMDA.

“Motorists are advised to expect traffic build-up in the area within the duration of the road repair and take alternate routes,” the MMDA said.

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