MMDA Released Traffic Rerouting Scheme for ASEAN Summit

As the Philippines hosts the 30th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit, the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has released to the public the traffic rerouting scheme that will be implemented from Wednesday (April 26) to Saturday (April 29) in certain parts of Metro Manila, especially, in the cities of Manila, Makati, and Pasay.

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Motorists using Roxas Blvd – northbound are advised to take the following alternative routes:

  • EDSA
  • Arnaiz, or Buendia route, turn left at Taft Avenue and another left to U.N. Avenue or Finance Road towards their point of destination.

For southbound vehicles, they should turn left at P. Burgos, Kalaw or U.N. Avenue then right at Taft Avenue, traverse right at Buendia or EDSA then Roxas Boulevard to their destination.

The following streets in Pasay and Makati will also be locked down because of the said summit:

  • W. Diokno Boulevard
  • Jalandoni Street
  • Sotto Street
  • Bukaneg Street
  • Dela Rama Street
  • Arnaiz Avenue
  • Makati Avenue

The public should also note that as the Palace declared Friday (April 28) as a non-working holiday, the number-coding scheme is consequentially suspended.

READ: MMDA Lifts Number Coding in some areas for ASEAN Summit

There you go, guys. You have been warned. Please take note of the areas. Tag your fellow motorist to be informed!


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