Fiesta activities: Traffic rerouting in Mandaue starting Sunday

By: Intern April 27,2017 - 09:32 PM

TRAFFIC in Mandaue City will be rerouted, from late afternoon onwards, starting April 30 with the start of the activities leading to the fiesta celebration on May 8.

The Traffic Enforcement Agency of Mandaue (Team) released the rerouting map, which shows the closure of roads to traffic in the vicinity of the City Hall after office hours.

“We only close the streets during the nightly activities: S.B. Cabahug corner Zamora St., S.B. Cabahug corner P. Gomez St. and C. Ouano corner P. Burgos St.,” said Team head Glenn Antigua.

Vehicles can pass through the old market behind the church. They have also provided alternative routes and parking areas in Zamora Street and in a portion of B. Ceniza Street.

“Para dili na ma-hassle kung mahimo, kung duol ra ka sa City Hall dili nalang magdala og sakyanan (To avoid hassles, if you are near city hall, it would be better not to bring a car),” said Antigua.

The city government will implement a liquor ban within the vicinity of City Hall during the Opening Salvo of the nine-day fiesta celebration.

The closure of the streets around City Hall will continue until May 8 since most of the nightly activities will be held at the Heritage Plaza, in front of the City Hall.

The following is the schedule of activities at the Heritage Plaza, which will start at 8 p.m.: May 1: “Sayaw Pinoy” Dance Showdown; May 2: Grand Ballroom Night – Senior Citizen’s Night; May 3: The Voice of Mandaue Singing Contest; May 5: ABS Night; May 6: Battle of the Bands; May 7: Disco; May 8: MTalents Artista Night. /Xavier University Intern April Alexis B. Agustin

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