THE Davao City Transportation and Traffic Management Office (CTTMO) will deploy all its personnel for All Saints' Day and All Souls' Day.
CTTMO Strategic Intelligence Assistant Joel Santos in a media forum last week said a total of 300 personnel will be deployed by their office for November 1 and 2.
Last October 24, the CTTMO already issued their plan for the road re-routing scheme during the specific dates.
For Davao Memorial Park, southbound trucks from Quirino will use Sandawa Road-Quimpo Boulevard-Mc-Arthur Highway.
Trucks going to Davao City Overland Transport Terminal are advised to use Sandawa Road-Quimpo Boulevard.
Vehicles coming from Quimpo Boulevard-MacArthur Highway junction will not be allowed to turn left to enter the Memorial Park. Instead, vehicles intending to enter the cemetery from Quimpo Boulevard must take either Calamansi Street or University Avenue to exit to MacArthur Highway through Durian Street and proceed to the memorial park.
In case of heavy volume of vehicles going south, CTTMO will allow counter-flow from McArthur Highway corner Tulip Drive up to McArthur Highway corner Quimpo Boulevard.
No left turn will also be imposed for vehicles coming from Santos-Cuyugan Road.
Designated loading and unloading areas, pedestrian walk, and designated areas for vendors are also provided in the traffic plan.
For the San Pedro Memorial Park, Forest Lake, Orchard Memorial Park, Masonic, Wireless, Catholic Cemetery, CTTMO also said they will implement one-way vehicular traffic from Fr. Selga St. corner F. Torres to Circumferential Road (Sarenas St.) corner Jade St.
Vehicles going to San Pedro Memorial and/or Forest Lake may take Jade St., and turn left to Turquoise St.
There will be a regulated no entry from Fr. Selga St. corner Circumferential Road going to Catholic Cemetery.
All vehicles going to the Forest Lake Cemetery may use San Rafael St. (Gold St.), Silver St.-Copper St.
Parking will be prohibited along the circumferential road near the cemeteries.
Traffic advisories and signages will be placed to guide motorist and pedestrians.
A separate traffic re-routing was also provided for Chinese Cemetery and Buhangin Memorial Park. It is available at the City Government of Davao Facebook page.