KAMI learned from abs-cbn.com/news about the MMDA prepartion for Undas and ASEAN
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has started a full-scale preparation for the Undas and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit to ease the motorists' expectations on the days when they will take place.
According to MMDA spokesperson Celine Pialago, the MMDA's 2,800 personnel will be dispatched to public places for the Undas.
"Iba't ibang units [ng MMDA]...no-day off policy po, so lahat po ng tao from different units, naka-deploy po sila sa labas," ani Pialago sa panayam ng programang "Umagang Kay Ganda".
Many Filipinos will come to these big cemeteries like Libingan ng mga Bayani, Manila North Cemetery, at Manila South Cemetery.
There are also arrangements for small cemeteries in some cities of Metro Manila such as Malabon, Marikina, San Juan, and Parañaque.
Local government partnerships have set up alternative routes on major roads and roads surrounding the cemeteries.
There will be an inspection of bus terminals to ensure the safety of passengers.
There are also personnel assigned to cargo handling or helping carry luggage of persons with disabilities or adults.
The MMDA will also add personnel to the maintenance of the bus terminal in Pasay, and in Cubao, Quezon City.
The number coding scheme of the cars is also suspended from October 31 until November 2.
The MMDA will continue to tow illegal parking lots to prevent the crowding of roads.
Pialago also reminded motorists about the roads affected by the ASEAN Summit.
On November 13, from midday to noon, Roxas Boulevard will be closed, from P. Burgos to Buendia.
EDSA innermost lanes will also block by barriers
Pialago also asked for your understanding, motorists affected by closed roads.
He said this was for the security of the leaders of the country's attendees.