Makati Announces Dozens of Road Closures for Holy Week 2019
Planning to spend Holy Week within the confines of Metro Manila? That’s fine, but you’d do best to take note of the numerous road closures being implemented across the metro.
Makati City has announced that dozens of roads will be closed to traffic throughout Holy Week 2019, from April 14 to 10 p.m. of April 21, 2019 (Easter Sunday). Below is the full list of road closures provided by the Makati City government:
Makati City Holy Week 2019 road closures
- Gen. Luna Street (from P. Burgos Street to Mercado Street)
- Enriquez Street (from Don Pedro Street to Fermina Street)
- San Marcos Street (from Pagulayan Street to P. Burgos Street)
- San Juan Street (from Pagulayan Street to P. Burgos Street)
- Don Pedro Street (from Gabaldon Street to Manalac Street)
- Guanzon Street (from P. Burgos Street to Makati Avenue)
- San Mateo Street (from D.M. Rivera Street to P. Gomez Street)
- Agno Street (from D.M. Rivera Street to P. Gomez Street)
- Doña Epifania Street (from A. Mabini Street to Agno Street)
- Ilaya Street (from A. Mabini Street to J.P. Rizal Street)
- Don Pedro Street (from A. Mabini Street to Villena Street)
- Albert Street (from Villena Street to Palma Street)
- Gomez Street (from J.P. Rizal Street to Zamora Street)
- Gomez Street (Hagdang Bato Whole Block)
- San Agustin Street (from P. Burgos Street to P. Gomez Street)
- Quintos Street (from Santiago Street to Singian Street)
- Molina Street (from Quintos Street to Singian Street)
- Zenaida Street (from E. Zobel Street to F. Zobel Street)
- Bagong Diwa Street (from M.L. Quezon Street to Pertierra Street)
- Ma. Aurora Ext. Street (from Pertierra Street to Ma. Aurora Street)
- Osmeña Street (From M.L. Quezon Street to Bridge Service Road/P. Burgos Street)
You can check out Makati City’s full announcement below. The post includes alternate routes to take on Holy Wednesday (April 17) and Good Friday (April 19) for when processions take place from
Normal traffic flow will resume at 6am on April 22, 2019. Traffic enforcers will also be deployed over the holidays for motorists seeking assistance.
This story originally appeared on Topgear.com.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.