Issue of February 11, 2018
     
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Roads closed for Panagbenga Festival
by Julie G. Fianza / PIO

Several city roads are temporarily closed for the Baguio Flower Festival celebration by virtue of an ordinance approved by the city council last week.

The Burnham Lake Drive from the Ganza Restaurant to Solibao Restaurant, including the whole of Juan Luna Drive, is closed for the Baguio Blooms landscaping competition and exposition up to March 4. 

South Drive, Military Cut-off rotunda to Lower Session Road, Magsaysay Road, and Harrison Road are closed for the street dancing on Feb. 24 and float parade on Feb. 25, both from 1 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Immediately after the float parade on Feb. 25, Session Road from SM rotunda to Malcolm Square is closed up to midnight of March 4. Portions of Gov. Pack Road, Assumption Road, Fr. Carlu Loop, junction of Mabini Street to lower Session Road, Calderon Street, and Perfecto Street are also closed.

A portion of Carantes Street in front of the Development Bank of the Philippines is closed except the public utility staging area.

The Baguio City Police Office shall assign personnel and install signages to direct motorists and human traffic on said routes and coordinate with officials of the affected barangays.

The ordinance also provided for the re-routing of Victory Liner buses from its terminal at PNR, Upper Session Road to the Baguio Convention Center grounds from 5 a.m. to midnight of Feb. 24 and 25.


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