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LIST: Lockdown Schedules, Road Closures for ASEAN Summit 2017

Lockdown Schedules Road Closures for ASEAN Summit 2017

Several areas in Metro Manila will be placed under partial or total lockdown as the Philippines plays host to the ASEAN Summit from November 8-15, 2017. Here are the lockdown schedules for ASEAN Summit 2017, which will be held in Metro Manila on November 10-14, 2017:

  • November 08 (12:01 am onwards) – Partial lockdown of CCP Complex, Pasay City
  • November 11 (10 pm onwards) – Complete lockdown of SMX-MAAX Block, Pasay City
  • November 12 (12:01 am onwards) – Complete lockdown of CCP Complex, Pasay City
  • November 13 (12:01 am onwards) –Total lockdown of Roxas Boulevard starting from Padre Burgos Ave. to Buendia Ave. Manila
  • November 13 (12:01 am onwards) – Partial lifting of lockdown at SMX-MAAX Block, Pasay City
  • November 13 (12 noon onwards) – Lifting of lockdown for Roxas Boulevard (Padre Burgos Ave. to Buendia Ave. Manila)
  • November 14 – Continuous lockdown of CCP Complex, Pasay City
  • November 15 (12 noon onwards) – Partial lifting of lockdown for CCP Complex, Pasay City

So, if you don't have any important trip to Metro Manila, you should avoid these areas. Please be guided accordingly.


Work and Classes in Metro Manila, Bulacan and Pampanga are suspended during the ASEAN 2017 Week


ALSO READ: Special (Non-Working) Holiday in Metro Manila, Bulacan, and Pampanga on November 13-15, 2017


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