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LIST: Rerouting schemes, traffic advisory in Metro Manila for Undas 2023

MANILA, Philippines — Several local governments in Metro Manila have announced rerouting schemes and road closures to avoid traffic build-up ahead of All Saints' Day.

The advisories are as follows:

According to a Facebook post by the Manila local government unit (LGU), the following roads will be closed:

The Manila LGU also mentioned spots where the public can park their vehicles if visiting nearby cemeteries: 

Manila has also advised motorists of alternate routes:

The Marikina LGU has advised motorists that A. Bonifacio Avenue and Sumulong Highway will be one way from October 31, 12 noon, to November 2, 12 midnight.

The Marikina LGU provided the following alternate routes:

The Mandaluyong City LGU has provided the following road advisories for motorists visiting Aglipay Cemetery (Garden of Life Park):

Vehicles will be following a one-way rule when going to Ilino Cruz corner Aglipay to Boni Avenue and P. Cruz corner Parada going Aglipay.

The Navotas City LGU has advised motorists that the Governor Pascual street will be closed will be closed from Bacog, A. Ignacio street to A. Santiago street starting October 31, 12 noon, to November 2, 12 midnight.

All vehicles entering and exiting Navotas should use M. Naval street going to C-4 Road, according to an advisory from the Navotas City government.

The Pasig City LGU has announced that C. Raymundo Avenue will be one way to vehicular traffic (northbound) from E. Angeles street to Mercedes Avenue from October 31, 2 p.m., to November 1. 

According to the Parañaque City government, A. Bonifacio and Tramo Streets will be closed from October 29 to November 1 to manage the traffic of motorists going to Palanyag Catholic Cemetery.

The San Juan City LGU will implement a re-routing scheme along Boni Serrano Street from October 28 to November 3.

San Juan Mayor Francis Zamora shared on Facebook a map identifying alternate routes.