Reblocking of streets is resumed

The Metro Manila Development Authority announced on Friday the resumption of road reblocking and other repairs along major thoroughfares in the metropolis this weekend.

Personnel of the Department of Public Works and Highways-National Capital Region resumed the road works Friday night after the MMDA gave its go signal for the road works. 

In its advisory, the MMDA public information office stated that the DPWH-NCR will undertake road reblocking and repairs beginning 11 p.m. of June 7 until 5 a.m. of June 10.

The road works cover the Epifanio de los Santos Avenue southbound directions from before Aurora Boulevard, 1st lane from the sidewalk; from after Aurora Boulevard to Arayat Street, 1st lane from the sidewalk; from fronting Guzent Construction Equipment, 1st lane from the sidewalk; and from Magallanes-Baclaran Bus Stop to Magallanes-Alabang Bus Stop, outer lane; and at the northbound direction from before General Roxas Avenue to after Aurora Boulevard, 1st and 2nd lane from the sidewalk, intermittent section.

Along Circumferential Road-5 (C-5 Road), repair works will be implemented at the southbound direction beside U-Turn Slot near Market Market, 2nd lane.

Repair works will also be undertaken at the northbound directions of Quirino Highway, from Belfast Road to Zabarte Road, 1st lane from the sidewalk; from General Luis Street near Banahaw Street bound to Caloocan City; España Boulevard from Ma. Cristina Street to M. dela Fuente Street; and at the southbound direction of Katipunan Avenue from after F.B. dela Roxas Street to before approach of Aurora Flyover, 3rd lane from the sidewalk.

Motorists are advised to take possible alternate routes in anticipation of vehicular build-up along affected areas.

The government is implementing a policy prohibiting diggings and other road works at daytime following the MMDA meeting with officials of the departments of Transportation, and Public Works and Highways to further improve the flow of traffic in the metropolis.

Topics: Metro Manila Development Authority , road reblocking , Department of Public Works and Highways , Department of Transportation
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