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QUEZON CITY BIKE LANE.

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Although there are no permanent road signs, the Metro Manila Development Authority contends with the orange barrier to see to it that bicycle riders could use the two-kilometer roundabout around the Quezon Memorial Circle to safely traverse route to their destination. There is also a bike lane that starts on Commonwealth Avenue in Quezon City to Don Enrique Heights that was opened by the MMDA yesterday. Traffic enforcers see to it that bikers and motorists respect the lane.

Photo by Benjamin Cuaresma

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