MANILA, Philippines – On Thursday, September 21, protesters are expected to flood the streets as the day marks the 45th anniversary of Martial Law declaration.
The day has also been declared a National Day of Protest by President Rodrigo Duterte.
This will affect roads, especially in Manila where the biggest protests will happen. (READ: LIST: Martial Law 45th anniversary activities, protests)
While there are no road closures, the Manila Police District (MPD) expects the following roads to be impassable – listed below them are alternate routes.
- Roxas Boulevard from Katigbak Drive to Pedro Gil, Malate, Manila
- Northbound vehicles – Turn right to Quirino Avenue or turn right to Pedro Gil
- Northbound vehicles from P. Burgos – Turn right to Bonifacio Drive or make a U-turn to the eastbound lane of Padre Burgos
- Southbound vehicles from Bonifacio Drive – Turn left on P Burgos
- Southbound vehicles using Jones, McArthur, Quezon bridges – Use Taft Avenue
- Southbound vehicles from TM Kalaw Street – Turn left to MH del Pilar
- Southbound vehicles from UN Avenue – Turn left to MH del Pilar or use Roxas Blvd service road
- Northbound vehicles from Legarda – Turn right to Bustillos
- Southbound vehicles from Legarda – Turn left to Concepcion Aguila
- Vehicles coming from CM Recto eastbound – Turn left to Morayta (N Reyes)
- Vehicles from A Mendoza – Turn right o Fugoso
- Vehicles from España – Turn right to P Campa
- Vehicles from CM Recto – Go straight and turn left to Morayta (N Reyes)
- Westbound vehicles from AH Lacson – Go straight to Nagtahan
- Vehicles intending to go to Quezon Boulevard – Turn right to AH Lacson then go straight to Rizal Avenue
- Eastbound vehicles – Turn right to P Noval then turn left to SH Loyola