Thinking of parking along the streets near Greenhills Shopping Center soon? Better find a different parking spot as the city of San Juan recently imposed a no parking policy along several roads that surround the area.

Just yesterday, San Juan City Mayor Francis Zamora personally saw the implementation of the new policy. This was done in conforming with the MMDA's Mabuhay Lane policy wherein the streets have to be free from any type of obstruction.

Aside from helping the MMDA and the city's Traffic Managent and Parking Office (TMPO) clear illegally parked vehicles, the Mayor also helped in painting the sidewalk with 'no parking signs'.

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Under the city's Executive Order No. FMZ-004, vehicles are not allowed to park on either side of the following streets from 6:00 AM until 9:00 PM:

-Club Filipino Avenue (part of Route 9 of the MMDA's Mabuhay Lane)

-Annapolis Street (from corner of Eisenhower Street to corner of Missouri Street, also part of Route 9 of the MMDA's Mabuhay Lane)

-Missouri Street (corner of Annapolis Street until the corner of Conneticut Street)

-Conneticut Street (from the corner of Missouri Street to the corner of Ortigas Avenue, part of Route 10 under the MMDA's Mabuhay Lane)

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Should any motorist violate the no parking policy, the city's TMPO will issue a citation ticket to drivers. In addition, illegally parked vehicles along each road can be towed at the owners' expense.

With President Rodrigo Duterte's recent directive that he wants Metro Manila's roads to be cleared in 60 days, Mayor Francis Zamora's new no parking policy near Greenhills Shopping Center could not have come at a better time.