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MAPS: Part of Meralco Avenue closed until 2028 for subway construction

Ralf Rivas
MAPS: Part of Meralco Avenue closed until 2028 for subway construction

Authorities place billboards announcing the closure of Meralco Avenue in Pasig City on October 2, 2022. Part of the avenue will be closed starting October 3 until 2028 according Department of Transportation, to make way for the Metro Manila Subway Project (MMSP). Rappler

Here are the maps for the rerouting schemes that will be implemented while the Metro Manila Subway is being constructed

MANILA, Philippines – Part of Meralco Avenue along Ortigas, Pasig City, is set to be closed effective Monday evening, October 3, until the fourth quarter of 2028 for the construction of the Metro Manila Subway project.

The closure covers the front section of Capitol Commons up to the corner of Shaw Boulevard.

Meralco Avenue will be the access point for the 33-kilometer subway’s Shaw Boulevard and Ortigas stations.

Here are the alternative routes while construction is ongoing:

  • Public utility jeepneys from Meralco Avenue going to Shaw Boulevard will be rerouted to Captain Henry Javier Street to Danny Floro Street
  • Modernized jeepneys are rerouted to Doña Julia Vargas Avenue to San Miguel Avenue
  • UV Express will take either Doña Julia Vargas Avenue to San Miguel Avenue or Andra Road to Camino Verde
  • All private vehicles can access all available routes

Here is a map by Ortigas Offices showing the flow of traffic in the Capitol Commons and Estancia area while construction for the subway is ongoing:

The light blue arrows show possible UV Express routes. Ortigas Offices has now allowed UV Express to enter Capitol Commons.

The red and dark blue arrows show the new routes for jeepneys, while the yellow arrows show the flow of traffic of private vehicles within the Capitol Commons estate. –

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Ralf Rivas

A sociologist by heart, a journalist by profession. Ralf is Rappler's business reporter, covering macroeconomy, government finance, companies, and agriculture.