The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) announced earlier today, June 21, that the entire southbound portion of the EDSA-Kamuning Flyover will be closed off to all vehicles starting June 25.
This closure will last for a month, so there’ll be a lot of motorists affected. As such, the MMDA has mapped out potential alternate routes for those who will be passing through the area.
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The MMDA indicated three different routes for motorists, two of which pass through Mabuhay Lanes. You can check them out below.
1) Alternate route for vehicles headed southbound
- Turn right at Scout Borromeo Street, straight towards Scout Ybardolaza and J.D. Jimenez Street
- Turn left at E. Rodriguez Sr. Avenue
- Turn left at New York Avenue or take Aurora Boulevard to EDSA going to destination
2) Mabuhay Lane route 1 for vehicles on EDSA
- Turn right at West Avenue
- Right at Quezon Avenue
- U-turn near Scout Magbanua Street
- Right at Timog Avenue
- Right at Tomas Morato
- Right at E. Rodriguez Avenue
- Left at Gilmore Street, straight to Granada
- Right to Santolan Road or right at N. Domingo
- Left at Pinaglabanan Street
- Right at P. Guevarra Street
- Left at L. Mencias Street
- Right at Shaw Boulevard
- Left at Acacia lane
- Right at F. Ortigas Road, left at P. Cruz
- Left at F. Blumentritt
- Left at Coronado
- Take Mandaluyong-Makati Bridge to destination
3) Mabuhay Lane route 2 for vehicles on EDSA
- Turn right at Scout Borromeo Street
- Left at Scout Ybardolaz, Scout Torillo, Tomas Morato, Scout Tuazon, or Scout Tobias
- Right at E. Rodriguez or follow the Mabuhay Lane route 1 to destination
We’re expecting some heavy traffic buildup along EDSA once the new closure takes effect. Whether you’re driving or taking public transport, we suggest you to plan your trips accordingly.
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