There's a free shuttle service for those visiting Muntinlupa cemeteries
They're expecting a heavy crowd.
(SPOT.ph) Muntinlupa, the southernmost city in Metro Manila, has a number of public and private cemeteries, such as the Everest Hills Memorial Park and Muntinlupa City Public Cemetery. Expecting a heavy crowd for Undas, its local government announced on October 26 that free shuttle services to and from local cemeteries will be provided from October 31 to November 2. There will be a total of 10 electric jeepneys plying the national road from Alabang to Tunasan and vice versa. Pick-up points of buses and vans to various cemeteries were relayed by the Muntinlupa Traffic Management Bureau through Lingkod Bayan Muntinlupa's Facebook Page.
- Susana Heights Bus Terminal - for those visiting Everest Hills Memorial Park
- Rizal Street - for those visiting the Japanese Cemetery
- Caltex Station - for those visiting Muntinlupa City Public Cemetery and Aglipay Cemetery
- Sucat East Service Road to Montillano Street to M.L Quezon Street to Meralco Road Loop - for those visiting San Nicolas de Tolentino Cemetery
Public Information Officer Tez Navarro also told Manila Times on October 27 that assistance desks and water stations will be put up in various areas. These will be manned by personnel from Muntinlupa Police Department, Rescue Department, City Health Office, Community Affairs and Development Office, and other city government departments. Additional traffic officers will also be deployed in all public and private cemeteries.