For your info: MMDA releases traffic plan for NAIA-bound motorists

Specifically for All Saints’ Day weekend
Oct 30, 2014 Philippine Car News - MMDA releases traffic plans for NAIA-bound motorists

The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority has released its traffic-management plan around the vicinity of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, and it begins today, October 30, to Tuesday, November 4:

* Vehicles coming from the old Domestic Airport and going toward EDSA will be allowed to turn left from Tramo to Andrews Avenue on a 24-hour basis;

* A zipper lane along Tramo (southbound), which will bypass the Pasay City public cemetery, will be opened for vehicles either going to either NAIA Terminal 3 or making a left turn to Andrews Avenue from 6am to 9am and from 6pm to 9pm;

* The Coastal Road service road from Don Galo to MIA Road will be open to traffic;

* Motorists can use Doña Soledad Avenue from the Skyway to go to NAIA Terminals 1 and 2;

* An additional lane will be added to the roundabout in front of the Villamor Hospital;

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* From Roxas Boulevard, Airport Road can be used instead of NAIA Road/MIA Road to go to either NAIA Terminal 3 or the old Domestic Airport; and

Sucat Road may be used from the Skyway to go to either NAIA Terminals 1 and 2 after All Saints’ Day since the road is likely to be congested as it is adjacent to the Loyola Memorial and Manila Memorial Parks.

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