Heavy traffic at Cebu’s port area
Authorities will be closing the north-bound portion of the Sergio Osmena Rd. — from Gen. Maxilom Avenue (off the Pier 4 gate) up to the area near the Radisson Blu hotel — to traffic to give way to road repair crews beginning at 6 a.m. today.
Cebu City Integrated Traffic Operations Management (Citom) executive director Rafael Yap said vehicular traffic in the area will be re-routed.
Traffic aides will divert north-bound vehicles to Baclig St., the service road inside the Cebu Ports Authority near the Gen. Maxilom junction, and exit to the port area’s Gate 5 near Radisson Blu.
The south-bound lanes will remain open to traffic.
12G, 12J routes
Passenger jeeps, specifically the 12G and 12J routes, would be directed to turn left at Gen. Maxilom Ave. and right turn to JL Briones St. (LTFRB office) and exit at the corner of Gen. Luna Ext. (FGU Building across SM City Cebu).
On their return, jeeps would be directed to Benedicto St., left to T. Padilla Ext., then right to S. Osmeña Blvd., back to their usual route.
12I passenger jeeps would be directed to Baclig St. en route to the loading/unloading area of the Qimonda IT Center building. From Qimonda, right to Baclig St., left to Juan Luna Ave. and left to J.C. de Veyra St. en route to Benedicto St. .
From Benedicto St. , jeeps would be made to turn left to T. Padilla Ext., then right turn to Serging Osmena Blvd.
10H, 10M routes
10H and 10M jeeps passing through Benedicto St. would be made to turn left to General Maxilom Ave., right to A. Soriano Ave., right to Juan Luna Ave., right to JC de Veyra St. en route to Road West 1 (Conching Restaurant) then left to A. Soriano Ave.
04L, 06H routes
04L and 06H jeeps from Juan Luna Ave. would be directed to turn right turn to A. Soriano Ave., left to Road West 1 (Conching Restaurant), left to Road North 6 (A-1), and left to Juan Luna Ave.
General Maxilom Ave. shall only be used as an entry point to the port area while the opening at Juan Luan Ave. (near Radisson Blu Hotel) will serve as exit point.
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