Edsa repair works to continue this weekend – DPWH

MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Public Works and Highways’ concrete reblocking and asphalt overlaying activities at the Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (Edsa), Metro Manila’s, if not the country’s busiest thoroughfare, will continue this weekend, according to the agency’s National Capital Region office.



In an advisory, DPWH-NCR has announced that traffic flow along two sections of Edsa – the southbound lanes between Estrella Street and Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue, or Buendia in Makati City, and Taft Avenue and Edsa-Tramo flyover in Pasay City – will be affected by the road repair works,


“Motorists are advised to plan their trips accordingly or take alternative routes,” the advisory stated Thursday.

On the Estrella-Buendia stretch of the highway, “concrete reblocking activities will be conducted starting 11 p.m. of Oct. 30 until 5 a.m. the following day.”


“This will be followed by epoxy injection and asphalt sealing at 11 p.m. of Oct. 31 up to 5 a.m. of Nov. 1. Final asphalting works will be done from 11 p.m. of Nov. 1 until 5 a.m. the next day,” said the DPWH.

Asphalt overlaying works will also be conducted on the Edsa-Taft and Tramo flyover areas from Oct. 29 to Nov. 1.

The agency also said it has been coordinating with the Philippine National Police’s Highway Patrol Group (HPG) and the Metro Manila Development Authority for traffic management in the road reblocking-affected sections of Edsa.  SFM

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