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Possible traffic in 12 Quezon City streets due to biking event

By: - Reporter / @JMangaluzINQ
/ 02:21 PM November 26, 2022
The Quezon city government warned of traffic in these areas due to a bike run event. Photo from Quezon City Government's Facebook.  biking

The Quezon city government warned of traffic in these areas due to a bike run event. Photo from Quezon City Government’s Facebook.

MANILA, Philippines —  The local government unit (LGU) of Quezon city warned motorists of possible traffic in selected streets due to a biking event on Sunday evening.

The Quezon City LGU announced on Saturday that it will hold a “Bike Run Event” on that day from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., which will take place on 12 streets.

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“Dahil dito, asahan ang pagbagal ng daloy ng trapiko sa mga nasabing lugar,” said the Quezon city government in a Facebook post.

(Because of this, expect slow traffic in these areas).

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According to the LGU’s  post, the bike event may stall traffic in the following areas, beginning from Gate 2 of the Quezon City Hall:

  • Elliptical Road
  • Commonwealth Avenue
  • University Avenue.
  • C.P. Garcia
  • Katipunan Avenue
  • Rosa Alvero
  • Esteban Abada
  • Xavier Ville
  • Chico/Langka
  • Kamias Road
  • EDSA
  • East Avenue

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