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New Number Coding Scheme 2018: Unified Vehicular Volume Reduction Program (UVVRP)

New Number Coding Scheme 2018: Unified Vehicular Volume Reduction Program (UVVRP)
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The no window hour number coding also known as the Unified Vehicular Volume Reduction Program (UVVRP) was implemented to reduce the seemingly unending traffic congestion in Metro Manila.

MMDA (Metro Manila Development Authority) stated that it’s effective from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. and covers 18 different areas within Metro Manila.

 

Below are areas and roads that are included in the UVVRP.

R-1: Roxas Boulevard — From C.M. Recto to MIA Road

R-2: Taft Avenue — From Lawton to Redemptorist

R-3: SSH (Pres. Osmeña Highway) — From Pres. Quirino Avenue to Nichols Interchange

R-4: Shaw Boulevard — From Ramon Magsaysay Boulevard to Pasig Boulevard
R-5: Ortigas Avenue — From Santolan to Imelda Avenue

R-6: Aurora Boulevard / R. Magsaysay Boulevard — From Legarda/Ramon Magsaysay to C5 Katipunan

R-7: España, Quezon Avenue, and Commonwealth Avenue — From Carlos Palanca to Quezon Avenue to Commonwealth Avenue, and to Mindanao Avenue

R-8: A Bonifacio Avenue — From Blumentritt to EDSA Balintawak

R-9: Rizal Avenue — From Carriedo to Monumento and Caloocan City

R-10: Northern Coastal — From Recto to C4

 

Included Circumferential Roads

C-1: C.M. Recto Avenue – From Roxas Boulevard to Legarda

C-2: A.H. Locsin Avenue and Pres. Quirino Avenue — From Roxas Boulevard to R-10
C-3: G. Araneta Avenue and Sgt. Rivera – From N. Domingo to R-10
C-4: EDSA – From R-10 to Macapagal Boulevard
C-5: Pres. C.P. Garcia Avenue — Commonwealth Avenue to South Super Highway

 

Other Major Routes

A. Mabini Street — From Samson Road to C-3 Road

Alabang Zapote Road — From Alabang to Real St./Quirino Avenue

Mc Arthur Highway — From Monumento Circle to Valenzuela/Meycauayan Boundary

Marcos Highway — From Katipunan to Sumulong Highway

Las Piñas City

Mandaluyong City

Makati City

 

Here’s the official MMDA Tweet of the UVVRP illustration.

CJ Ubaldo

Carlos is an online marketing and lead generation expert who has helped advocate driver education websites since 2012.

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