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Traffic rerouted in Quezon City

The Metro Manila Development Authority and the Quezon City government will impose today (Feb. 3) a traffic rerouting and a “stop and go” scheme in connection with the Moslem and Christian groups peace rally at the Quezon City Memorial Circle in light with the recent bomb attacks in Mindanao.

In its advisory, the MMDA Public Information Office stated that “traffic rerouting and stop and go scheme will be implemented in parts of Quezon City as Muslim and Christian groups conduct a solidarity walk/salubungan inside QCMC.”

Dubbed as “Lakad para sa Kapayapaan Laban sa Karahasan,” the solidarity walk aimed to show that Muslims and Christians are “allies promoting peace and not war.”

Beginning at 7 a.m., the “stop and go” scheme will be implemented at the corner of Masaya Street and Commonwealth Avenue as Moslem group cross Elliptical Road from their assembly area at the Philippine Coconut Authority building.

The group will pass through the east side gate facing Commonwealth Avenue all the way to Liwasang Aurora in QCMC where they will be holding a program.

A traffic rerouting, on the other hand, will be enforced as Christian groups, coming from East Avenue crosses Elliptical Road and enter the QCMC gate facing East Avenue towards Liwasang Aurora.

The MMDA advised all vehicles coming from Elliptical Road going to Kalayaan Road, University of the Philippines and Commonwealth Avenue to turn right to East Avenue left at Matalino Street, left at Kalayaan Avenue and right to Elliptical Road going to destination.

Those coming from Epifanio de los Santos Avenue via East Avenue shall turn right to Matalino Street left at Kalayaan Avenue and right to Elliptical Road going to destination.

Topics: Metro Manila Development Authority , Quezon City government , “Lakad para sa Kapayapaan Laban sa Karahasan"
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