Oplan Kaluluwa to ease traffic in Davao City during All Souls, All Saints Day

The Davao City Traffic Management Center (TMC) is all set for the observance of this year’s All Saints and All Souls Day on November 1 and 2.

“We have deployed a total of 154 personnel to the various cemeteries and nearby the vicinity for this year’s Oplan Kaluluwa,” Senior. Inspector Manuel Espaňola of TMC said yesterday during the regular iSpeak Program at City Hall.

Espaňola said TMC has a total of 370 personnel which they hope to utilize to ensure that traffic in the city will be properly managed during these days.

TMC has temporarily suspended the filing of leave of all personnel considering that the observance of the All Saints and All Souls Days require police and traffic personnel visibility.

The TMC has already mapped out the traffic routes for November 1 and 2. Vehicles that intend to proceed to Forest Lake, San Pedro memorial Park, Catholic Cemetery, Public Cemetery and Masonic Cemetery can enter from San Pedro Extension going to the Circumferential Road on a one-way basis.

He said they will also impose a one-way traffic going to the Chinese Cemetery along the Circumferential Road from the Davao medical School Drive to Bacaca. One-way traffic will also be imposed along the roads going to the Buhangin Memorial Park along Cabantian Road.

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