On Wednesday, January 9, 2013, procession of the Black Nazarene is the highlights of the feast. All barefoot devotees will gather together to Quirino Grandstand (Luneta) then will go back to Quiapo Church. it will surely bring heavy flow of traffic in all affected areas.

Closed Road in Manila on January 9, 2013 - Pista ng Poong Nazareno
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Black Nazarene route will start from Luneta then turn right to Katigbak Drive thru P. Burgos, turn left to Taft Ave.(P.Burgos). Then thru McArthur Bridge turn right to Palanca, under the Quezon Bridge, left turn to Quezon Blvd. and turn right to Fraternal, right turn to Vergara, then left to Duque de Alba, and left to Castillejos, left again to Farnecio, right turn to Arlegui, then left to Nepomuceno, and left to Aguila, right turn to Carcer, and right to Hidalgo thru Plaza Del Carmen, turn left to Bilibid Viejo thru Gil Puyat, then left to Guzman, right turn to Hidalgo, then left to Barbosa, right to Globo de Oro thru under Quezon Bridge, and right turn to Palanca, right to Villalobos thru Plaza Miranda then last to Quiapo Church.

Take note of this: January 9, 2013, at 4:00 AM, southbound lane of Quezon Blvd. (Quiapo), from Andalucia/Fugoso to Plaza Miranda and España/P.Campa/Lerma will be closed to traffic for Public Utility vehicles (PUV) only. Then at 5:00 AM total closure for all types of vehicles shall be implemented.

List of the Closed Road

North Area (5:00 AM)
1. P Campa/España
2. Nicanor Reyes/España
3. Andalucia/Fugoso
3. Recto/Issetan (Service Road)
4. Raon/Evangelista

South Area (6:00 AM)
1. Ma. Orosa/P.Burgos
2. Lagusnilad/P.Burgos
3. Taft/Finance/Westbound
4. A. Villegas/Taft Ave. (LRT)
5. 25th Street/Bonifacio Drive
6. N.A. Lopez/A. Villegas
7. Anda Circle/Bonifacio Drive
8. Gen. Luna/P.Burgos
9. Roxas Blvd. TM Kalaw
10. katigbak/Roxas Blvd.

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