Here's the List of Areas in Metro Manila to be Affected by the SEA Games Stop-and-Go Traffic Scheme
It isn't pretty.
(SPOT.ph) Is anybody ready for the incoming 2019 South East Asian Games? Well, we can't speak for others, but we're doing our best to prepare ourselves for the incoming traffic inferno—and we're sure you are, too. The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority has announced the official areas where the stop-and-go scheme will be implemented from November 30 to December 11. Check out the list below:
EDSA (Southbound and northbound):
Elsewhere in Metro Manila and along the northbound lanes of the South Luzon Expressway:
According to the advisory of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA), official convoys of the South East Asian (SEA) Games will be given priority passage through these areas. This means other vehicles will be stopped to make way for them.
A few teams have already been affected by the notorious Metro Manila traffic, prompting police to remind motorists to give way to their convoys. With around 1,500 delegates now in the country for the competition, we're bracing ourselves for what next week may bring.
this strange new world.