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KENNON ROAD OPENS FOR MOTORISTS THIS HOLIDAY SEASON

Because of the heavy traffic being experienced at Marcos Highway due to the arrival of visitors, the Metro Baguio, La Trinidad, Itogon, Sablan, Tuba, Tublay Development Authority (MBLISTT) headed by Baguio City Mayor Benjamin Magalong decided to open Kennon Road for light vehicles and UV Express starting December 24, 2023.

All motorists must maintain a 40KM per hour speed and parking on the sides of the road is prohibited.

In addition, in case of an earthquake, heavy rains, and/or landslides, Kennon Road will immediately be closed.

Kennon Road was closed in July this year due to the landslide and the collapsing of the slope protection project of DPWH caused by heavy rains along Camp 6, Tuba, Benguet.

It is not yet announced when it will be closing again.

 

LION’S HEAD ALONG KENNON ROAD, AGAIN A BUSY TOURIST DESTINATION 

 

As Kennon Road opened last December 24, 2023, for motorists this holiday season, the famous Lion’s Head becomes a busy destination again.

It has been a priority stopover spot for motorists who choose to travel via Kennon.

With the influx of tourists, business establishments around the area started to earn again especially since for months of Kennon being closed, their businesses were highly affected.

On the other hand, BCPO personnel doubled their efforts in making sure that there would be no crimes recorded on the said road and tourist destination.

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