MMDA: Finance Road from Taft To P. Burgos to close on November 8, 2022 starting 1pm

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Heads up City of Manila motorists! a road closure is expected in your area this afternoon.

MMDA rerouting for November 8, 2022 road closures

According to a post on the Facebook page of the MMDA, The Manila District Traffic Enforcement Unit will implement road closure along the stretch of Finance Road from Taft Avenue to P. Burgos Avenue in Manila to give way for the 106th Anniversary Celebration of the Senate of the Philippines on November 8, 1pm onwards.

Affected vehicles are advised to use the following alternate routes:
-All light vehicles coming from P. Burgos Avenue intending to utilize Finance Rd., shall turn right to Ma. Orosa St., straight to TM. Kalaw Ave. to point of destination.
-All light vehicles coming from Taft Ave. intending to utilize Finance Rd., shall go straight and turn right to TM Kalaw Ave. to point of destination.
-All light vehicle coming from Ayala Blvd. intending to utilize Finance Rd., shall turn lift to Taft Ave., right to TM Kalaw Ave. to point of destination.
-All trailer trucks/heavy vehicle coming from Pres. Quirino Ave. shall go straight to Nagtahan Bridge to Lacson Ave. to point of destination. (old truck route)
-All trailed trucks/heavy vehicles coming from Delpan Bridge shall turn around Anda Circle to northbound lane of Mel Lopez Blvd. to Capulong St. to point of destination.
Actual closing and opening of affected roads will be based on actual traffic situation.
There you have it! if you’re bound to traverse the affected area, do take note of the MMDA’s advised alternate routes to avoid the traffic.

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Pablo Salapantan

Pablo's first word was probably "Car", and this has developed into a personal passion that has consumed his professional life as well.

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