Flood update in Metro Manila

Most of Metro Manila experienced floods all over the main throughfares as the southwest monsoon enhanced by Tropical Storm Maring (Trami) ravaged the Philippines on Tuesday.

In its 9:17 a.m. update, the MMDA announced a list of affected major thorughfares:

Quezon City

N. Domingo-Gilmore: not passable to light vehicles Q. Avenue-Biak na Bato: knee deep SM Centerpoint westbound: gutter deep Araneta-Maria Clara: waist deep Araneta-Calamba and Amoranto: not passable to light vehicles E. Rodriguez-Araneta: knee deep


Taft: thigh deep Roxas Blvd: knee deep Santolan Service Road northbound – half tire deep Camp Aguinaldo Gate 3: tire deep Shaw before Int. Northbound: gutter deep Ortigas Loading Bay SB: gutter deep Magallanes MRT northbound and southbound: chest deep


Hypermart (Tiendesitas) northbound and southbound: above knee deep Canley Road southbound: not passable to light vehicles Kalayaan Road southbound: not passable to light vehicles McKinley Hills southbound: tire deep


Rizal Avenue (Tomas Mapua): tire deep Osmena (Quirino-A. Linap): knee deep Quirino L. Guinto: half tire deep España-Antipolo: knee deep Dela Fuente-Maceda: gutter deep RMB-Pureza: above knee deep Romualdez-Taft: not passable to light vehicles Bonifacio Drive–Roxas Katigbak: not passable to light vehicles Manila City Hall: waist deep Quirino-P. Dilao: gutter deep F. Manalo-Blumentritt: not passable to all vehicles España-Lacson: gutter deep RoxasBlvd.-Aristocrat Restaurant: gutter deep Quirino Extension-UN: waist deep

España-San Diego: 35 inches

Southern Metro Manila

Villamore toward Magallanes: thigh deep SM Sucat: not passable to all vehicles

South Superhighway-Magallanes: knee deep Baclaran-Redemptorist: knee deep Pascor Drive: knee deep Osmeña-Buendia: waist deep Roxas-Airport: knee deep Pasong Tamo: thigh deep MIA Domestic: waist Nichols-Sales to Pasong Tamo: knee deep Andrews-Domestic: chest deep

The MMDA also announced earlier that the number coding scheme is lifted today as of 9 a.m. —Andrei Medina/KG, GMA News


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