Re-routing scheme during ‘Undas’ out

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Thursday, October 24, 2013

MORE than a hundred traffic aides will be deployed during the observance of All Saints' Day and All Souls' Day.

Manuel Española, administrative officer of Traffic Management Center (TMC), said a total of 180 TMC personnel will be deployed on November 1 and some 110 on November 2.

He said most of these traffic personnel will be assigned to facilitate traffic on roads going to Davao Memorial Park and Wireless Cemetery.


Further, the TMC also issued its Oplan Kaluluwa 2013 re-routing scheme.

For vehicles from the south area going to Davao Memorial Park, private and public jeepneys are rerouted to Quimpo Boulevard, to Tulip Road and then exit to Durian St. beside Water District.

For vehicles coming from the north going to Davao Memorial Park, drivers may pass along University Avenue, to Mangga St., to Juna Subdivision, to McArthur Highway.

Wireless Cemetery

A one-way vehicular traffic is also implemented on Fr. Selga St. from F.Torres to Circumferential Road.

However, no entry for all pedicabs, tricycles and other vehciles from 1 p.m. onwards along Fr. Selga St. from F. Torres St. to Circumferential Rd.

Chinese Cemetery

A one-way vehicular traffic is also implemented along circumferential road from Gahol St. to Bacaca Road.

Buhangin Cemetery

No entry for all vehicles along Cabantian-Jehovah Road leading to Buhangin Memorial Park.

Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on October 25, 2013.

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