By Jel Santos
The Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) and other government agencies, with various cycling and citizen’s groups, will conduct a three-day road sharing exercise in Quezon City this weekend up to Monday, MMDA spokesperson Assistant Secretary Celine Pialago said on Friday night (June 26).
“It will start on Saturday, June 27, at 6 a.m. and end on Monday, June 29, at 8 p.m.,” she said.
The exercise aims to come up with inclusive mobility and sustainable transport options towards a better normal that will benefit the ordinary Filipino.
Pialago said the three-day exercise will cover Don Enrique up to Asian Institute of Tourism and it will be divided into four stations:
• Station 1: Don Enrique to Don Antonio
• Station 2: Hyundai Comm to Zuzuarregui
• Station 3: Zuzuarregui to Luzon Avenue
• Station 4: Shell Station-Tandang Sora to Asian Institute of Tourism
The MMDA spokesperson said the pop-up bike lane will be lined with traffic cones and barriers and will be manned by MMDA enforcers and volunteer marshals.
“They will assist the bike commuters and help to ease traffic, and separate motor and four-wheel vehicles from bicycles,” she said.