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Heads up: Temporary traffic rerouting in Dagupan City on Nov. 1 now out

DAGUPAN CITY – There will be a temporary rerouting of traffic in the city on November 1, in anticipation of the big crowd and large number of visitors, who will be trooping to the cemeteries to visit the tombs of their relatives and friends.

In the rerouting plan, one-way traffic will be enforced from AB Fernandez Ave. to Careenan St., where the Roman Catholic, Independent Church, and Chinese cemeteries are located, and to Amado St. up to the corner of the Amado-Tapuac intersection, where vehicles can exit to national highway.

One-way traffic will also be implemented from AB Fernandez Ave. to AB Fernandez West leading to the Eternal Gardens Memorial Park, up to Babaliwan, where vehicles can exit to the Pantal-Lucao De Venecia diversion highway.

Galvan and Zamora streets will also be one-way from from AB Fernandez Ave.

West-bound and south-bound public utility jeepneys (PUJ) from AB Fernandez Ave. shall turn left to Zamora St. and exit at Perez Blvd. to their points of destination.

East-bound and north-bound PUJs, on the other hand, shall turn left to Galvan St. from AB Fernandez Ave., and exit at Perez Blvd. to their points of destination.

West bound PUJs and mini-buses from AB Fernandez Ave. shall turn left to Burgos St. towards Tapuac, then to the national highway.

All PUJs and mini-buses shall traverse the left lane of AB Fernandez Ave. while private vehicles, including private and public utility tricycles, shall use the right lane.

Bonifacio St. will be closed to all types of vehicles.

The designated parking area on All Saints Day are the poolside compound and the south side and north side portions of the Lucao-Pantal De Venecia diversion highway.

There will be no change in the regular routes in all the other streets around the city’s central business district.

In an executive order, Mayor Brian Lim lifted the number coding on November 1. Tricycles will also be allowed to ply along AB Fernandez Avenue.