Manila police issues traffic schedule, rerouting for Sept. 21 rallies

Published September 20, 2018, 3:32 PM

by iManila Developer

By Erma Edera

The Manila Police District Traffic Enforcement Unit has announced road closures and re-routing of vehicles in various parts of Manila in commemoration of the 46th anniversary of former President Marcos’s declaration of martial law on September 21.

MB FILE—A PNP-Highway Patrol Group officer mans traffic along EDSA in Quezon City. After more than a year of manning traffic in EDSA, HPG personnel will be removed and be trnasferred to other traffic-stricken areas such as Commownealth Avenue and C-5. MMDA will again be the lead agency to man traffic along EDSA. (Mark Balmores) |

The stretch of of Roxas Boulevard from Katigbak to Pres. Quirino; eastbound lane of TM Kalaw from Ma. Orosa to Taft Ave; east and west bound lane of TM Kalaw from MH del Pilar to Roxas Boulevard and United Nations Avenue corner Roxas Boulevard Service Road are closed starting at 6:00 a.m. tomorrow.

Vehicles coming from northern part of Manila intending to utilize the stretch of Roxas Blvd. southbound lane coming from Delpan Bridge-Pier Zone shall turn left to P. Burgos to point of destination.

All vehicles utilizing west bound lane of TM Kalaw going to Roxas Blvd. shall turn left to MH del Pilar to point of destination.

Those coming from Mabini St. utilizing eastbound lane of TM Kalaw going to Taft Ave. shall turn left to MA. Orosa to point of destination.

Meanwhile, vehicles coming from southern part of Manila utilizing northbound lane of Roxas Boulevard shall turn right to Pres. Quirino to point of destination.

All cargo trucks traveling Osmeña Highway must turn right Pres. Quirino Avenue, straight ahead to Nagtahan, A.H. Lacson, Yuseco St., crossing Jose Abad Santos straight to Raxabago, Capulong to point of destinations.

While cargo trucks intending to utilize southbound truck route coming from pier area shall take the northbound of R-10, then turn right to Capulong straight to Yuseco St. to AH Lacson Ave to point of destination.

Manila Police District Traffic Enforcement Unit also advised the motorists and commuters to expect heavy traffic and to take alternate routes.