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LOOK: Bike Lanes Near Hospitals Set Up for Frontliners

Check out the ones along United Nations Avenue in Manila.
by John Paulo Aguilera and Jerome Ascano
Aug 24, 2020
Photo/s: Jerome Ascano

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has placed bicycle lanes along major streets in Metro Manila to protect the increasing number of cyclists, particularly healthcare workers biking to work during the general community quarantine.

The Department of Transportation said a bike lane network in the metro would cost P1.04 billion, which could come from the Bayanihan 2 bill. Bike racks have also been installed in train stations, while the EDSA Bike Lane recently opened.

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Check out the protected bike lanes along United Nations Avenue in Manila, as captured by Jerome Ascano:

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