As we all know, the construction of the Banilad Flyover is keeping the roads around the area busy these days. Some roads are being close, therefore there has been a re-routing, especially for vehicles going to the Talamban area. And as a student of a University in Talamban, commuting has been very difficult for me for the past couple of weeks. From where I live, it would usually take me only 15 minutes to and fro school, but because of the construction going on, it would already take me around twenty or so minutes to school, and probably a thirty or forty minute ride home, depending on the time. Even in the mornings, there is already a very heavy traffic going on from the Talamban area going to the city. I wonder how the people from Talamban can keep up with that. Between the corner of Cabancalan, up to the Maria Luisa intersection is where traffic is usually super heavy everyday and I seriously don’t know how people can manage getting to school or work on time in that situation. Even in my case, I find it very tiring on my way home, considering the fact that I don’t go to Talamban everyday. Anyway, it will be over soon and I’m guessing the situation will be better right when construction is over. For the mean time, let’s just adjust our schedules… –waking up earlier than usual might be a good way to start.