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Metro traffic update: Still heavy to moderate in some areas

/ 09:10 PM August 04, 2014

MANILA, Philippines–As torrential rains brought by southwest monsoon (habagat) continued to batter Metro Manila, traffic came to a standstill yet again on Monday night.

As of 8:30 p.m., Maysilo Circle in Mandaluyong City was reported not passable to all vehicles,

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Chino Roces corner Pasong Tamo to Arnaiz Avenue in Makati City and Pedro Gil corner Taft Avenue in Manila have gutter deep waters but passable to light vehicles.

Meanwhile, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) traffic navigator said moderate to heavy traffic is being felt in the following areas:

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Southbound lanes of Epifanio delos Santos Avenue (Edsa):

Kamuning

New York – Nepa Q Mart

Monte de Piedad

Aurora Boulevard

McArthur -Farmers

White Plains – Connecticut

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Ortigas Avenue

SM Megamall

Shaw Boulevard

Reliance

Pioneer – Boni Avenue

Guadalupe

Orense

Kalayaan – Estrella

Buendia

Ayala Avenue

Arnaiz – Pasay Road

Magallanes

Southbound lanes of Ortigas:

San Miguel Avenue

Meralco Avenue

Southbound lanes of Roxas Boulevard:

U.N. Avenue

Pedro Gil

Quirino

Pablo Ocampo

Northbound lanes of Edsa:

Kaingin road

Muñoz

P. Tuazon

Main Avenue

Santolan

Ortigas Avenue

SM Megamall

Shaw Boulevard

Reliance

Pioneer – Boni avenue

Guadalupe

Orense

Kalayaan – Estrella

Buendia

Ayala Avenue

Arnaiz – Pasay Road

Magallanes

Northbound lanes of C5:

Bagong Ilog

Kalayaan

Market! Market!

Northbound lane of Quezon Avenue:

Scout Borromeo

Northbound lane of Roxas Boulevard:

U.N. Avenue

Pedro Gil

Northbound lane of Marcos Highway:

SM City Marikina

LRT2 Santolan Station

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