#MNCAdvisory: Makati traffic advisory, Flores de Mayo 2019
In observance of Flores de Mayo, the Makati City government will implement road closures and rerouting schemes on Friday, May 31, from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Flores de Mayo Route
Assembly starts 1 p.m., program begins at 4 p.m., and procession starts at 5 p.m. at the Globe Circuit Event Grounds until 7 p.m..
The Flores de Mayo Procession Route will start from the Makati City Hall Quadrangle to the Globe Circuit Event Grounds via Hormiga Street, Trabajo Street, Hippodromo Street, and A.P. Reyes Street.
Traffic Rerouting Scheme
For vehicles affected by the Flores de Mayo
For vehicles along N. Garcia Street – coming from Kalayaan Avenue (eastbound, heading towards Rockwell Area and Guadalupe Nuevo)
Private and public utility vehicles:
Along N. Garcia Street, cross J.P. Rizal Avenue towards Antipolo Street, right turn to S. Osmena Street, left turn to either E. Zobel Street or P. Burgos Street Extension (Makati-Mandaluyong Bridge Service Road), right turn to A. Mabini Street, left turn to J. P. Rizal Avenue to normal route to destination.
Along N. Garcia Street, cross J.P. Rizal Avenue towards Antipolo Street, right turn to S. Osmena Street, right turn to P. Burgos Street Extension (Makati-Mandaluyong Bridge Service Road), left turn to J. P. Rizal Avenue to normal route destination towards Guadalupe/EDSA.
For vehicles along J.P. Rizal Avenue – coming from Rockwell area or Edsa (westbound, heading towards Makati City Hall and Delpan Street, Manila)
Private and public utility vehicles
No traffic congestion will be encountered along J.P. Rizal Avenue. However, a “stop and go” scheme will be implemented along A.P. Reyes Street to give way to the procession. Traffic cones will be installed by PSD personnel to manage traffic in the area.
Traffic enforcers will be deployed for assistance. Normal traffic flow is expected to resume by 7 p.m. on May 31.
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