Here's Why Traffic in Pasig Has Been So Bad Lately

The Pasig Command Center has issued several traffic advisories.

(SPOT.ph) As expected, the traffic in Pasig City has been heavier than usual. Expect the situation to persist until early November, as the Pasig City Command Center released six traffic advisories announcing several road closures from September 19 to November 6. Motorists are advised to avoid the following areas and find alternate routes.

From September 19 to October 20, heavy traffic is to be expected along J. Salonga and M. Flores Streets daily from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. This is to make way for the construction project of Source Telecoms.

The Source Telecoms construction project will also affect the traffic volume along Topaz Road. Road construction in the area will run from September 20 to October 21, 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.

On September 22 from 5 a.m. onwards, the following roads will be closed to make way for the San Joaquin-Kalawaan High School fun run:

  • Elisco Road (San Joaquin)
  • R. Jabson Street (San Joaquin)
  • San Bernardo Street
  • E. Santos Street
  • E. Mendoza Street
  • Bunyi Street

The following roads will also be closed for the OPM Run 2018 on September 30, from 4 a.m. to 8 a.m.:

  • Ortigas East Avenue
  • Julia Vargas Avenue
  • Lanuza Avenue

On October 6 from 4 p.m. onwards, the following roads will be closed to make way for the Marian procession:

  • E. Angeles Street
  • Kapitan Ato Street
  • M.H. del Pilar Street
  • San Agustin Street
  • E. Santos Street

Finally, heavy traffic is to be expected along Sapphire Road from October 8 to November 6 due to the Source Telecoms construction project. Construction will run daily from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.

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