Marcos Bridge westbound in Marikina to close on August 26 – MMDA

Robie de Guzman   •   August 23, 2019   •   1121

Marcos Highway Bridge in Marikina City

MANILA, Philippines – The westbound portion of Marcos Bridge in Marikina City will be closed to motorists beginning August 26 (Monday), the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) announced on Thursday.

MMDA General Manager Jojo Garcia said the portion of the bridge will be closed to the public at 12 noon on Monday for repair and rehabilitation works that will last for four months.

Motorists are advised to take the following alternate routes:

CUBAO TO ANTIPOLO ROUTE:

  • From Cubao, take Aurora Blvd., then right turn to Katipunan Ave., take Service Road of Libis Underpass, left turn to Boni Serrano and take FVR Road straight to Macapagal Bridge then Marcos Highway to Antipolo;
  • From Cubao, right turn to 15th Avenue then left turn to Boni Serrano, take FVR Road straight to Macapagal Bridge then Marcos Highway to Antipolo.

TRUCKS FROM CUBAO TO ANTIPOLO ROUTE:

  • From Cubao, take Aurora Blvd., then right turn to Katipunan Ave., take service road of Libis Underpass, left turn to Boni Serrano, straight to FVR Road, take Macapagal Bridge then Sumulong Highway to Antipolo.

ANTIPOLO TO CUBAO ROUTES:

  • From Antipolo, take Sumulong Highway, then A. Bonifacio Avenue, straight ahead Aurora Blvd., to Cubao;
  • From Antipolo, take Marcos Highway and right turn to Fernando Avenue, then take A. Bonifacio Ave. straight ahead Aurora Blvd. to Cubao;
  • From Antipolo, take Marcos Highway, take down ramp to Marcos Bridge Service Rd., then FVR Rd., straight ahead right turn to Katipunan Ave., left turn to Aurora Blvd., straight ahead to Cubao;
  • From Antipolo, take Marcos Highway then FVR Rd., straight ahead take Boni Serrano Ave., then right turn to 20th Ave., left turn to Aurora Blvd., to Cubao.

TRUCKS FROM ANTIPOLO TO CUBAO ROUTE:

  • From Antipolo, take Marcos Highway then FVR Rd. straight ahead, right turn to Katipunan Ave., left turn to Aurora Blvd. straight ahead to Cubao

Meanwhile, the eastbound part of the bridge, which was closed last May, is now open to vehicular traffic.

“After less than three months of repair, motorists going to Antipolo can now utilize the eastbound portion of the bridge,” Garcia said.

He also said that zipper lane will be implemented on the eastbound side for those going out of Marikina due to larger volume of vehicles especially during rush hours.

LIST: Flooded areas in Metro Manila due to STS Jolina

Marje Pelayo   •   September 8, 2021

MANILA, Philippines – The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) reminds the public, especially motorists of the flooded areas due to continuous rains brought about by severe tropical storm Jolina.

As of 5:00 AM Wednesday (September 8), the following areas are submerged with flood water:

NAVOTAS CITY
Tangos North cor. E Pascual – half gutter
Oliveros st Tangos north – gutter deep
San Roque Gov.Pascual brgy. hall – gutter deep
San Roque M.Naval church – half gutter
Daanghari M.Naval global oil – gutter deep
Daanghari M.Naval Caltex – gutter deep
Daanghari Gov.Pascual Bacog – gutter deep
Daanghari Kapalaran – half gutter
Navotas hospital – gutter deep
San Jose E. Tuazon cor. M.Naval – gutter deep
San Jose Gov.Pascual cor. Robles – gutter deep
Waling Waling cor Sampaguita – half gutter
Sampaguita cor. Doña Aurora – half gutter
Sampaguita cor.Azucena – half gutter
E Rodriguez cor. Masipag – gutter deep
H.Lopez Nicasio – gutter deep
Varadero – half gutter
infront of pnp hq – half gutter
Sipac M.Naval infront of Cityhall – gutter deep

MANILA CITY
Luneta Finance Rd.Nb- gutter deep

MANDALUYONG CITY
Brgy.Poblacion/Backside-gutter deep
Brgy.Poblacion/Lerma-knee deep
Brgy.New Zuniga/Boni F.Ortigas-gutter deep

MALABON CITY
F. Sevilla infront Market- 8to 9 inches
F. Sevilla back of City Hall- 3-4 inches
Rizal Ave. cor. Gen Luna.-4-5 inches
Cristia – 5 to 6 inches
Francis area- gutter deep

The above list is based on reports from local government units command centers and local disaster agencies.

Weekend road reblocking set on EDSA-Caloocan southbound — MMDA

Marje Pelayo   •   September 3, 2021

MANILA, Philippines — The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) reminds motorists taking EDSA of the scheduled road reblocking and repair on EDSA-Caloocan (Southbound) after Urbano Plata St. (4th lane from the sidewalk) this weekend.

The repair works, which start at 11:00 PM from September 3 until September 6, are expected to affect weekend traffic. With this, motorists are advised to take alternate routes.

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) will undertake the reblocking and repair works.

The affected road will be fully passable by 5:00 AM on Monday (September 6).

Truck ban in Metro Manila suspended until Sept. 7

Marje Pelayo   •   September 1, 2021

MANILA, Philippines – The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) announced that the implementation of truck ban is suspended along major thoroughfares in Metro Manila.

This is to ensure unhampered movement of essential goods during the extension of the modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) from September 1 to 7.

The MMDA clarified, however, that the suspension does not cover EDSA from Magallanes Interchange in Makati City to North Avenue in Quezon City, where a total truck ban is enforced.

 

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