In line with the 31st Association of Southeast Asian Nations Summit, there will be a traffic lockdown implemented according to Metropolitan Manila Development Authority or MMDA starting November 11 to November 15, 2017.
In a statement posted on Facebook, Interior and Local Government Officer-in-Charge Catalino Cuy, who is also the concurrent chairperson of the Asean Committee on Security, Peace and Order, Emergency Preparedness and Response (CSPOEPR), urged motorists and commuters to refrain from passing through the following areas:
Should you be traveling this week in Metro Manila, you may want to check the areas affected during the ASEAN Summit.
Here are the areas, as stated by the Department of Transportation and MMDA:
During the partial lockdown period, Cuy said pedestrians and vehicles without Asean IDs and decals are allowed to enter the above-mentioned routes only if they pass through the vehicle and pedestrian security areas.
Let’s keep each other informed by sharing this information with your family and friends. Please be guided accordingly.
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