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Quezon City to implement one-way traffic on certain roads in Scout area

Quezon City to implement one-way traffic on certain roads in Scout area image

Marcus De Guzman / AutoIndustriya.com | June 06, 2017 17:55

Dry run of one-way traffic flow along select roads in Scout area begins

In an effort to decongest traffic around the Timog, Tomas Morato area due to motorists diverting to and from EDSA, certain roads around the Scout area in Quezon City may soon be one-way streets.

The Quezon City Council approved Ordinance no. SP-2496 which imposes a one-way traffic flow on streets in and around the following barangays of Laging Handa, Sacred Heart and Paligsahan.

Currently, the local barangays have starting marking the affected areas and will be conducting a dry run on the affected roads. The ordinance is expected to be fully implemented soon.

Quezon City to implement one-way traffic on certain roads in Scout area

In the new ordinance, the following streets are considered as one-way roads:

a.) Scout Castor Street – from Scout Torillo to Scout Magbanwa

b.) Scout Lozano Street – from Mother Ignacia to Scout Torillo

c.) Scout Delgado – from Scout Torillo to Scout Magbanwa

d.) Scout De Guia – from 11th Jamboree to Mother Ignacia

e.) Scout Fuentabella – from Scout Reyes to 11th Jamboree

f.) Scout Fuentabella Extension – from Scout Rallos Extension to 11th Jamboree Street

g.) Scout Fernandez – from 11th Jamboree to Mother Ignacia

h.) Scout Limbaga – from Mother Ignacia to 11th Jamboree

i.) Scout Rallos – from 11th Jamboree to Mother Ignacia

k.) Panay Street – from Scout Reyes to Magbanwa Street

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On the other hand, the following streets are considered as two-way roads.

a.) Scout Gandia

b.) Scout Dr. Lazcano

c.) Scout Tobias (Brgy. Laging Handa)

d.) Scout Tuason (Brgy. Laging Handa)

e.) Scout Santiago (Brgy. Laging Handa)

f.) Scout Reyes (Barangay Paligsahan)

g.) Mother Ignacia (Barangay Laging Handa)

h.) Scout Magbanwa (Barangay Paligsahan)

i.) Panay Avenue (from Scout Magbanwa to Roces Avenue and Timog Avenue to Scout Reyes)