The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) will take advantage of the light traffic during the holidays from Maundy Thursday until Easter Sunday to do its road reblocking and repairs in Metro Manila.
In an emailed advisory, the DPWH said the road reblocking and repairs on key roads will begin 12:01 a.m. of April 2 (Holy Thursday) until 12 noon of April 5 (Easter Sunday).
To be closed to the traffic in the southbound are: Mindanao Avenue from Road 8 to North Avenue, 1st lane; E. Rodriguez Jr. Avenue/C-5 between Poseidon Street and Green Meadows Avenue, second lane from the sidewalk; Edsa between Connecticut to Guadalupe Bridge, Mandaluyong City; Edsa from Guadalupe Station to Estrella Street, 4th and 5th lanes, and C-5 Road Pasig Boulevard to Bagong-Ilog Service Road.
In the northbound, the DPWH will work along: Edsa Guadalupe Bridge to Temple Drive, Mandaluyong City; C-5 Road from Valle Verde/Resins Inc. to SM Warehouse, on the second outermost lane; Edsa from Buendia to Escuela Street, 4th and 5th lanes.
Reynaldo Tagudando, DPWH regional director in Metro Manila, said the reblocking and repair of the said areas was recommended during the Holy Week for maintenance purposes. RC
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