MMDA unveils motorcycle emergency lay-by for use during rainfall

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The MMDA has recently unveiled its emergency lay-by at the ground level of Quezon Avenue Flyover on EDSA where motorcycle riders can seek shelter during heavy downpours.

MMDA Emergency Lay by 1 • MMDA unveils motorcycle emergency lay-by for use during rainfall

According to MMDA Chairman Benhur Abalos, motorcycle riders would be allowed to stop at the emergency lay-by when raining so they would not block the highway while waiting for the rain to stop. The emergency lay-by has allotted spaces for motorcycles to use—with designated entrance and exit signs. Abalos also notes that the emergency lay-by is only a rain shelter and will have MMDA personnel assigned at the emergency lay-by to prohibit parking in the area. Signage, displaying the regulations for the use of the emergency lay-by, is installed under the flyover.

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MMDA Emergency Lay by 2 • MMDA unveils motorcycle emergency lay-by for use during rainfall

More emergency lay-by for motorcyclists will also be put up under flyovers at these locations:

EDSA: GMA Kamuning; Kamias, Santolan/Crame, Ortigas, Buendia, Tramo (left turning), Roxas Boulevard.
C5 Road: Tandang Sora, Aurora Boulevard, C5-Libis, Pasig Boulevard, C5 Kalayaan elevated U-turn along C5 Road.
Roxas Boulevard: Roxas Jr. flyover, Buendia flyover, Roxas Boulevard-EDSA flyover Seaside Drive.
Alabang Road: Metro Manila Skyway (toll road) near SLEX South Station toll gate, South Luzon Expressway (toll road) near Alabang Purple Hill.
Paranaque-Sucat Road and Chapel road once areas have been cleared of obstructions.

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MMDA Emergency Lay by 4 • MMDA unveils motorcycle emergency lay-by for use during rainfall

Source: MMDA

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