PNP Releases Traffic Advisory & Re-routing Scheme for the Sept. 21 Rally


The Philippine National Police (PNP) already released a traffic advisory and re-routing for the general public in Metro Manila which could be affected by the planned mass demonstrations of anti-Duterte forces in various parts of Metro Manila this coming September 21, 2017.


According to the PNP's statement, affected areas includes US Embassy, Mendiola Freedom Arch, Plaza Miranda and España Boulevard.

The Manila Police District also provided an alternate route for those affected by the massive rally of various militant groups in coordination with the members of the opposition party.

Various militants groups already expressed their intentions to join the massive rally which coincides with the declaration of Martial Law in the Philippines during the Marcos regime.

Here's the Complete Traffic Advisory of PNP Manila:

Republic of the Philippines
PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE
NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION POLICE OFFICE
MANILA POLICE DISTRICT
Manila District Traffic Enforcement Unit
Roberto S Oca St., Port Area, Manila

TRAFFIC ADVISORY:
Projected Mass Demonstrations
“Proclamation of Martial Law of 1972”
September 21, 2017-Thursday

Affected Areas:
I. US Embassy: Roxas Boulevard from Katigbak Drive to P. Gil, Malate, Manila.
II. Mendiola Freedom Arch: Chino Roces Bridge, Mendiola, Manila.
III. Plaza Miranda: Southbound lane of Quezon Boulevard
IIII. España Boulevard: near University of Santo Tomas
ALTERNATE ROUTES OF VEHICLE:

I.
1) All vehicles coming from Bonifacio Drive intending to utilize the southbound lane of Roxas Blvd. shall turn left to P. Burgos Ave. to point of destination.
2) All vehicles coming from three (3) bridges (Jones, McArthur, Quezon) intending to utilize the southbound lane of Roxas Blvd., shall go straight to Taft Ave., to point of destination.
3) All vehicles traveling westbound lane of P. Burgos Ave., shall turn right to Bonifacio Drive or make a U-turn to the eastbound lane of P. Burgos Ave., to point of destination.
4) All vehicles traveling westbound lane of TM Kalaw St., going to Roxas Blvd southbound, shall turn left to MH del Pilar St., to point of destination.
5) All vehicles traveling westbound lane of U.N. Ave., going to Roxas Blvd., shall turn left to MH del Pilar St., or utilize Roxas Blvd. service road to point of destination.
6.) All vehicles utilizing northbound lane of Roxas Boulevard shall turn right to Pres. Quirino Ave or turn right to P. Gil St. to point of destination.

II.
1. All vehicles coming from Legarda northbound shall turn right to Bustillos Street to point of destination.
2. All vehicles coming from Legarda southbound shall turn left to Concepcion Aguila Street to point of destination.
3. All vehicles coming from CM recto eastbound shall turn left to Morayta Street (N. Reyes St.) to point of destination.

​III.
1. All vehicles intending to utilize southbound lane of Quezon Boulevard coming from A. Mendoza Street shall turn right to Fugoso Street, to point of destination.
2. All vehicles intending to utilize southbound lane of Quezon Boulevard coming from Espana Blvd. shall turn right to P. Campa Street, to point of destination.
3. All vehicles intending to utilize southbound lane of Quezon Boulevard coming from service road of CM Recto Avenue eastbound, shall go straight and turn left to Morayta Street (N. Reyes St.) to point of destination.​

IV.
1. All vehicles intending to utilize the westbound lane of España Blvd. coming from AH Lacson Avenue shall go straight to Nagtahan to point of destination.
2. All vehicles traveling east of España Blvd. intending to proceed to Quezon Boulevard shall turn right to AH Lacson Avenue, go straight to Rizal Avenue to point of destination.
3. All vehicles traveling eastbound of España Boulevard shall turn right to P Noval Street and turn left to SH Loyola Street to point of destination. 
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Source:  MDTEU


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