CAVITEX lanes to temporarily close for LRT-1 Cavite Extension project

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Multiple lanes along the Manila-Cavite Expressway (CAVITEX) will experience temporary closure from August 6 to 10 to give way for the LRT-1 Extension Project.

MPTC CAVITEX • CAVITEX lanes to temporarily close for LRT-1 Cavite Extension project

Photo credits: MPTC Website

The multiple lane closures will be observed to provide the project enough room to launch the girders for the LRT-1 extension. In a social media post by the Light Rail Manila Corporation (LRMC), they announced that alongside lane closures, counterflow and stop-and-go schemes will be implemented along CAVITEX along the northbound and southbound lanes near the Parañaque bridge.

 

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The following lane closure and traffic arrangement will be implemented beginning Friday:

August 6 – 10 PM to 11:59 PM

Manila Bound Carriageway: Full closure
Cavite Bound Carriageway: Counterflow scheme

August 7 – 10 PM to 11:59 PM

Manila Bound Carriageway: Full closure
Cavite Bound Carriageway: Counterflow scheme

August 8 – 12AM to 6AM

Manila Bound Carriageway: Full closure
Cavite Bound Carriageway: Stop and go with counterflow scheme

August 8 – 10PM to 11:59PM

Manila Bound Carriageway: Full closure
Cavite Bound Carriageway: Stop and go with counterflow scheme

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August 9 – 12AM to 3:59AM

Manila Bound Carriageway: Full closure
Cavite Bound Carriageway: Stop and go with counterflow scheme

August 9 – 4 AM to 6 AM

Manila Bound Carriageway: Full closure
Cavite Bound Carriageway: Counterflow scheme

August 9 – 10 PM to 11:59 PM

Manila Bound Carriageway: Counterflow scheme
Cavite Bound Carriageway: Full closure

August 10 – 12 AM to 4 AM

Manila Bound Carriageway: Counterflow scheme
Cavite Bound Carriageway: Full closure

Source: LRMC

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