Tagaytay One of the alternate routes going to Tagaytay City is the newly opened bypass road in Barangay Maitim, Tagaytay City, to avoid the traffic along the Tagaytay Rotonda area, especially this holiday season. Photo by Dennis Abrina

Tagaytay City issues traffic scheme for holidays

December 22, 2022 Dennis Abrina 540 views

TAGAYTAY CITY, Cavite – Due to the expected influx of vehicles and tourists arriving from Batangas, Manila, and nearby cities and municipalities this holiday season, the local government here under Mayor Abraham “Bambol” Tolentino issued a traffic scheme in the major thoroughfare of one of the areas with a cooler climate in Luzon.

A one-way scheme has been implemented starting December 22 to 26, December 30, 31, and January 1, 2022.

Motorists going to Tagaytay, Mendez, Alfonso, and Nasugbu areas must take the JP Rizal Avenue, then the motorists going to Manila should take the Maharlika Road or the Tagaytay-Nasugbu Road going to Emilio Aguinaldo Highway.

Tourists going to Tagaytay City on these dates are advised to use alternate routes going on to the place they want to go, such as Casile Road via Nuvali, Santa Rosa-Tagaytay Road via Kaykulot Bridge for those who want to visit the famous picnic grove area.

Besides the traditional Tagaytay- Aguinaldo highway, motorists can take the Tagaytay bypass road in Barangay Maitim to Alfonso town.

Motorists can also take the General Trias-Amadeo-Tagaytay Road going straight to Sky Ranch Tagaytay, Praying Hand, and the sports park area in Bgy. Kaybagal here.

They can also take the Trece Martires-Indang-Mendez-Tagaytay Road and Naic-Indang-Alfonso Road to Nasugbu to avoid traffic, especially during rush hours in the area.