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MMDA EDSA Bus Segregation Scheme: Bus Stops and Loading Bays
Just for your information to avoid confusion on the new MMDA bus segregation scheme devised by MMDA chairman Tolentino to lessen traffic on EDSA- Metro Manila's main thoroughfare that will start implementation today
EDSA Bus Segregation Scheme basically separates the loading/unloading bays for buses with designated stops for Bus A (red), Bus B (blue) and Bus C (all stops possible)
the details of the new MMDA bus segregation scheme (source: MMDA website)
EDSA Bus A bus stops (painted red)
Magallanes, Buendia, Guadalupe, Shaw Boulevard, SM Megamall, Boni Serrano, Cubao Farmers, and Ermin Garcia.