(SPOT.ph) Pasig Command Center announced on Tuesday afternoon, August 30, an experimental odd/even traffic scheme which will be implemented on September 1 in the city.
Vehicles with even plate numbers (ending with 0, 2, 4, 6, and 8) will not be allowed to enter the westbound side of Elisco Road on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Vehicles with odd plate numbers (ending with 1, 3, 5, 7, 9), on the other hand, are prohibited there every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday. Aside from Elisco Road, the new traffic scheme also affects the northbound side of R. Jabson Street; intersection of Elisco Road, M. Concepcion Street, and R. Jabson Street; eastbound lane of San Guillermo Street; and northbound side of Sandoval Avenue. Elisco Road and M. Concepcion Avenue are lined with small establishments, a Puregold branch, and San Joaquin Elementary School. It is also frequented by motorists going to and from the town proper of Pasig City via bridges along P. Tuazon Street and A. Luna Street.
In addition, the public is also warned of the strict implementation of "the removal of all forms of road and sidewalks obstruction found on all major thoroughfares and no-parking streets" starting September 1.