Roadblocking, repair works in NCR okayed

The Metro Manila Development Authority gave its go-signal to the Department of Public Works and Highways to resume its road improvement works along Epifanio de los Santos Avenue and Circumferential Road 5 (C-5 Road) beginning 11 p.m. Friday (July 12) until 5 a.m. Monday (July 15).

DPWH-National Capital Region Director Ador Canlas said the road repairs will be undertaken at the southbound of EDSA from Guzent Construction Equipment Sales and Rental to Culiat Bridge, 1st lane from sidewalk; from Magallanes to Baclaran Bus Stop going to Magallanes to Alabang Bus Stop, outer lane; and from Eugenio Lopez Drive to Scout Borromeo (Desilting and Construction of Manhole); and at the northbound of after Aurora Boulevard Service Road, 2nd lane from sidewalk.

Road rehabilitation will also be undertaken at the southbound of C-5 Road from fronting SM Aura, 3rd lane from median; and at the northbound from fronting SM Aura, 2nd lane from median. Joel E. Zurbano

Reblocking works will also cover the southbound of Katipunan Avenue from after P. Tuazon, 2nd lane from sidewalk; the westbound of Quirino Highway from Kingfisher Street to Primerose Street, 2nd lane from sidewalk; the westbound of General Luis Street from Pascual Street to before Oriental Tin; and the northbound of Regalado Avenue from Mindanao Avenue Exit to Quirino Highway, 2nd lane from sidewalk.

Motorists are advised to expect traffic slowdown in the affected areas and to use possible alternate routes. 

Topics: Metro Manila Development Authority , Department of Public Works and Highways , road improvement works , Ador Canlas
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