The traffic situation in Metro Manila has come to worse over the years, especially along the major thoroughfares such as the Epefanio Delos Santos Avenue (EDSA), thus the decry of the daily commuters for road convenience and immediate solution to this crisis. The present administration has also been proposing to grant President Rody Duterte of ’emergency power’ to hire people and provide them with traffic management certificates through Warp Training Australia as an attempt to solve the traffic problem.
In the meantime, the Metro Manila Development Authority or MMDA, which is the government agency in-charged in managing the traffic in Metro Manila, in coordination with the local government units, has been clearing the sidewalks and roads of vendors and removed bus terminals along EDSA, among others, to ease traffic jams. Further, the MMDA has advised motorists to avoid EDSA and use Mabuhay Lanes instead.
Here are the Mabuhay Lane Routes that may be utilized by private vehicles.
Route 1: (from North to South)
From EDSA, Turn Right at West Avenue, right at Quezon Avenue, U-turn near Magbanua, right at Timog, right at Tomas Morato, right at E. Rodriguez, left at Gilmore, straight to Granada, right to Pinaglabanan, right at P. Guevarra, left at L. Mencias, right at Shaw Boulevard, left at Acacia Lane, right at F. Ortigas, left at P. Cruz, left at F. Blumentritt, left at Coronado, take Mandaluyong-Makati bridge to destination.
Route 2: (from North to South)
From EDSA, turn right at West Avenue, right at Del Monte Avenue, left at Sto. Domingo or Biak na Bato, right at Amoranto, left at Banawe or D. Tuazon, right at Maria Clara or Dapitan to destination.