In fact, one thing should be stressed: before EDSA, there were many mini-EDSAs, many little-known, smaller-scale, bold, daring acts of defiance that slowly and steadily weakened the Marcos dictatorship.
The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) and the Metro Pacific Tollways Corp. will open this month the NLEX (North Luzon Expressway) Harbor Link Segment 10. The elevated highway runs from the NLEX in Karuhatan, Valenzuela City, to a new interchange at C3 Road in Caloocan City.
Another product of the EDSA Revolution is the Our Lady of EDSA Shrine, located at the crossroads of EDSA and Ortigas Avenue. It was built by grateful Filipinos to honor the Virgin Mary for her protection and guidance during the world-renowned bloodless ouster of the Marcos dictatorship that led to the return of democracy in the Philippines.