The 31st ASEAN Summit will be hosted in Metro Manila, Philippines from November 10 to 14. In other words, we’re just a few days away from the opening of this important event.
The 31st ASEAN Summit will be hosted in Metro Manila, Philippines
Mr. Catalino Cuy has so far announced the lockdown routes in Metro Manila during the Summit
According to latest traffic updates, Mr. Catalino Cuy – Local Government Officer in charge of ASEAN Committee Chairperson for Security, Peace and Order as well as Emergency Preparedness and Response has so far announced the lockdown routes in Metro Manila during the Summit. So, it is highly recommended that commuters avoid travelling to those areas and find alternate routes.
|November 08, 2017||12:01 a.m. onwards||CCP Complex, Pasay City||Partial lockdown|
|November 11, 2017||10:00 p.m. onwards||SMX MAAX Block, Pasay City||Complete lockdown|
|November 12, 2017||12:01 a.m. onwards||CCP Complex, Pasay||Complete lockdown|
|November 13, 2017||12:01 a.m. onwards||Roxas Boulevard, Manila||Complete lockdown|
|November 13, 2017||12:01 a.m. onwards||SMX-MAAX Block, Pasay||Partial lifting of lockdown|
|November 13, 2017||12:01 n.n. onwards||Roxas Boulevard, Manila (Padre Burgos to Buendia section)||Lifting of lockdown|
|November 14, 2017||12:01 a.m. onwards||CCP Complex, Pasay||Continuous lockdown|
|November 15, 2017||12:01 n.n. onwards||CCP Complex, Pasay||Partial lifting of lockdown|
Roxas Boulevard, Manila will be completely blocked
Of note, complete lockdown areas mean that motorists will be banned heading to unless you have ASEAN IDs or decals. On the other hand, when a sector is under partial lockdown, you can pass through it after going through a so-called pedestrian and vehicle area.