Edsa road closures frustrate netizens
MANILA, Philippines — Not everyone walking along Edsa were there to join the festivities.
The government’s decision to keep this year’s Edsa Revolution anniversary as a working holiday was met with little amusement by workers, even more so after they found out during their morning commutes that parts of Metro Manila’s main arterial highway had been closed to traffic.
Netizens contemplated whether authorities stopped to consider the effects caused by the road closures on commuters.
Some commuters opted to settle for the lesser of two ills.
It was slow-moving day for these media personalities.
There were also some unwilling participants of the “Unity Walk.”
A different experience from the renowned hiking trails of Albay for Governor Joey Salceda.
Road-navigation app Waze is a veritable sea of red according to Senator JV Ejercito.
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