Manila Traffic Routes for All Saints Day 2012 / Alternate Routes for All Souls Day

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Manila Traffic Routes for All Saints Day 2012 / Alternate Routes for All Souls Day -- By today, some of us could be preparing for the observance of this year's All Saints Day / All Souls Day and probably, if you reside in Metro Manila or in its adjoining municipalities, traffic concerns such as traffic advisory and route alternatives are of great importance. Hence, take note of this rerouting scheme released by the Manila City government.

This is as per information released by the Manila Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council’s “Oplan Kaluluwa 2012” - "contingency measures and police deployment for the Manila North Cemetery, Manila South Cemetery, La Loma Catholic Cemetery and Chinese Cemetery."

Traffic advisory / rerouting alternatives for Metro Manila; From 6 am on Oct. 31 and the whole day of Nov. 1:
  • Roads around the Manila North, La Loma and Chinese Cemeteries - Close to traffic
  • This includes sections of: Aurora Boulevard from Dimasalang to Rizal Avenue; Blumentritt from A. Bonifacio to P. Guevarra; Retiro from Dimasalang to Blumentritt Extension; P. Guevarra from Cavite to Pampanga Streets; and Leonor Rivera from Cavite to Aurora Boulevard.
  • PUJs coming from Rizal Avenue/Blumentritt  - take Cavite and turn right on L. Rivera, or Isagani and turn right on Antipolo to point of destination.
  • PUJs from Amoranto Street  - turn right on Cavite, right on Bonifacio
  • PUJs from Dimasalang - turn right on Makiling and right on Maceda.
  • PUJs from España - take AH Lacson, Tayuman, Blumentritt from Cavite to Aurora Boulevard and take either Rizal Avenue or Jose Abad Santos.
  • PUJs from Quiapo, Sta. Cruz, Tondo and Caloocan - take Jose Abad Santos or Rizal Avenue. 
Please be guided accordingly. Take special note of the above-mentioned alternate routes during the observance of the holidays.

Meanwhile, if you reside in Paranaque, take a look at Paranaque Traffic Advisory for Undas.

Source: inquirer.net

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