MMDA: DPWH to carry out road repairs from March 31 to April 3, traffic jams likely
MANILA, Philippines — The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) on Friday warned motorists of possible gridlocks along primary avenues in the capital region this weekend.
This is because the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) is scheduled to conduct road repairs from March 31 to April 3 along certain sections of Edsa, C-5 Road, A. Bonfacio Avenue, and Commonwealth Avenue.
The MMDA said motorists should plan ahead and take alternative routes as the DPWH will carry out road reblocking in these areas:
- C-5 Road SB between Lanuza Ave. and Green Valley Footbridge, Brgy. Ugong (truck lane), Pasig City
- C-5 Road after Elevated U Turn Slot (3rd lane from median Island), Pasig City
- Edsa SB near Estrella St. and near Ayala Ave., Makati City (Rotomilling/ Asphalt Overlay Only)
- Edsa NB near MRT Buendia Station (Innermost lane), Makati City
- Edsa SB fronting Uni Oil and before Bansalangin St. (Outer lane/ 1st lane from sidewalk), Quezon City
- Edsa SB before Dario Bridge and fronting Lemon Square Bldg. (Outer lane/ 1st lane from sidewalk), Quezon City
- Luzon Ave. NB flyover to Congressional Ave. Ext. (Inner lane/ 1st lane from plant box), Quezon City
- Commonwealth Avenue WB Doña Carmen St. to Odigal St. (4th lane from center); and corner Riverside St. (1st lane from center), Quezon City
- Edsa NB from Mahal Kita Hotel to Taft Ave. (2nd lane from median Island)
- A. Bonifacio Ave. SB corner Sgt. Rivera (1st lane from sidewalk), Quezon City
- C-5 Service Road SB, Bagong Ilog before stop light going to Pasig Blvd. Ext. (Portions of 1st and 2nd lanes), Pasig City
The MMDa said these channels will be fully passable by 5 a.m. on Monday, April 3. — Meralyn Melitante, trainee
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