Here are the 3 alternate routes to take while the EDSA Kamuning Flyover southbound is being repaired

We reported yesterday that the MMDA along with the DPWH is closing the EDSA-Kamuning Flyover southbound lane for one month due to repairs.

This of course has led motorists who ply that specific route regularly to wonder, where exactly can they pass in the meantime. Well, the MMDA has released 3 possible alternate routes to use in the meantime.

EDSA-Kamuning Flyover southbound closure alternate routes

Edsa Kamuning Flyover Southbound Alternate Route 1

Photo: MMDA

Vehicles coming from EDSA Southbound: Turn right at Scout Borromeo St., straight towards Scout Ybardolaza and J.D. Jimenez St., turn left at E. Rodriguez Sr. Avenue, turn left at New York Avenue or take Aurora Boulevard to EDSA going to the destination.

Edsa Kamuning Flyover Southbound Alternate Route 2

Photo: MMDA

ROUTE 1: Vehicles coming from EDSA: Turn right at West Avenue, right at Quezon Avenue, U-turn near Magbanua, right at Timog, right at T. Morato, right at E. Rodriguez, left at Gilmore, straight to Granada, right to Santolan Road or right at N. Domingo, left at Pinaglabanan, right at P. Guevarra, left at L. Mencias, right at Shaw Boulevard, left at Acacia lane, right at F. Ortigas, left at P. Cruz, left at F. Blumentritt, left at Coronado, take Mandaluyong-Makati Bridge to destination.
ROUTE 2: Vehicles coming from EDSA: Turn right at Scout Borromeo, left at Scout Ybardolaza/ Scout Torillo / Scout T. Morato / Scout Tuazon or Scout Tobias, right at E. Rodriguez or follow the Mabuhay lane route 1 to destination.
These are just the suggested alternate routes by the MMDA, it is still highly encouraged to use apps such as Waze or Google Maps to also find possibly quicker routes to use.
Pablo Salapantan

Pablo Salapantan

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