EDSA Traffic - How Do You Solve A Problem Like EDSA? - The EDSA Decongestion Program Skyway Stage 3

When the EDSA Decongestion Program is completed, travel time from NLEX to SLEX will only be 30 minutes. #BuildBuildBuild

EDSA decongestion masterplan: Connecting NLEX and SLEX in 30 minutes

https://mb.com.ph/2020/10/17/edsa-decongestion-masterplan-connecting-nlex-and-slex-in-30-minutes/


- Metro Manila Skyway Stage 3 Project — an 18.30-km elevated expressway from Buendia in Makati City to the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) in Balintawak, Quezon City.

- to decongest traffic in EDSA, C5, and other major thoroughfares (e.g. Quezon Avenue, Araneta Avenue, Nagtahan Avenue, and Quirino Avenue) by at least 55,000 vehicles daily.

- travel time from Makati to Quezon City will be reduced from 2 hours to only 15 to 20 minutes. Travel time from NLEX to SLEX will be shortened from 2 1/2 hours to only 30 minutes. Residents of Quezon City will also be able to reach NAIA in just 20 minutes.

- Skyway Stage 3 project. Skyway will eventually connect to the newly opened NLEX Harbor Link Segment 10 and NLEX Radial Road 10 ramp — effectively creating a direct route from Makati to Manila via the NLEX SLEX Connector, an 8-km elevated expressway spanning from C3 Road in Caloocan City to PUP Sta. Mesa in Manila.

- EDSA Decongestion Masterplan also includes the BGC Ortigas Link Bridge, the Pantaleon Estrella Bridge, the Binondo Intramuros Bridge, the Katipunan Extension, the Laguna Lake Expressway, and the Mindanao Avenue Extension


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DPWH Nears EDSA Traffic-busting Promise

https://www.onenews.ph/dpwh-nears-edsa-traffic-busting-promise

The DPWH, led by its hardworking secretary, Mark Villar, is poised to significantly complete by 2022 its grand EDSA Decongestion Masterplan, which is composed of a network of infrastructure projects.


The long wait--and long hours spent on the road--will soon be over for motorists who have suffered from the horrendous EDSA traffic as the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) moves closer to delivering the administration's promise of change.


The DPWH, led by its hardworking secretary, Mark Villar, is poised to significantly complete by 2022 its grand EDSA Decongestion Masterplan, which is composed of a network of infrastructure projects.  


Edsa Decongestion Program: Making travel a breeze for Filipinos

https://businessmirror.com.ph/2020/10/29/edsa-decongestion-program-making-travel-a-breeze-for-filipinos/


What used to be over an hour or two travel time, commuters will soon feel the ease of traversing the iconic Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (Edsa) in merely about 30 minutes as some portions of the government’s decongestion initiative have already been completed while construction of others continues.


Thanks largely to President Rodrigo Duterte’s political will, who has endeavored to reduce the perrenial monstrous traffic problem in this 90-year-old 23.8-kilometer circumferential highway as part of his massive “Build, Build, Build” infrastructure project.


DPWH’s EDSA decongestion program

https://www.manilastandard.net/news/national/339013/dpwh-s-edsa-decongestion-program.html


One of the most common problems in Metro Manila that almost every Filipino is familiar with is traffic. It has troubled people from all walks of life as they struggle to get from one point to another.




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