Portion of Manila's Tomas Claudio St. to be closed tomorrow for Skyway Stage 3 construction

MMDA-advisory

The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) announced that a portion of Tomas Claudio Street in the City of Manila will be closed to traffic to give way for the construction activities that will be done at the Skyway Stage 3.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • When will the portion be closed to traffic?

    The road will be closed to traffic starting 10 p.m. of August 5 until November 30.
  • What is the road closure for?

    The closure is to give way for the construction activities that will be done at the Skyway Stage 3.
  • In an advisory, the agency said that the aforementioned road will be closed to traffic from 10 p.m. tomorrow (Friday, August 5) until November 30. Affected motorists are advised to take alternate routes.

    Those from Valenzuela Street in Sta. Mesa going to Quirino Avenue or Beata Street in Pandacan may take Ramon Magsaysay Avenue, turn left at Lacson Avenue (Nagtahan), straight to Quirino Avenue or left at Jesus Street to destination.

    Skyway Stage 3

    Drivers coming from Osmeña Highway going to Valenzuela Street in Sta. Mesa may go straight to Quirino Avenue to Mabini Bridge, turn right at Ramon Magsaysay Avenue, then turn right at Valenzuela Street.

    Beata Street-bound motorists coming from Osmeña Highway can go straight ahead to Quirino Avenue, then take right turn at Tomas Claudio Street to destination

    Lastly, those heading to Quirino Avenue from Beata Street in Pandacan, light vehicles may use Tomas Claudio Street going to Quirino Avenue while heavy trucks and trailers may use Jesus Street to Quirino Avenue.

    Photos from Metropolitan Manila Development Authority, Ruben D. Manahan IV

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