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Andaya Highway

Rolando Andaya Highway, also known as Camarines Sur–Quezon Road, is a national primary highway located in the provinces of Camarines Norte, Quezon, and Camarines Sur in the Philippines. It traverses the municipality of Santa Elena in Camarines No ...

Stiff-leaf Wodjil

The tree or shrub typically grows to a height of 1 to 6 metres 3 to 20 ft. It has glabrous branchlets that are hairy in the axils. Like most species of Acacia it has phyllodes rather than true leaves. The evergreen phyllodes are ascending to erec ...

Bulan–Magallanes Road

Bulan–Magallanes Road is a 15-kilometer, national secondary road in Sorsogon province of the Philippines. The entire road is designated as the National Route N645 of the Philippine highway network.

Cagayan–Apayao Road

Cagayan–Apayao Road is a roadway in Cagayan province in the Philippines connecting the mountain towns of Rizal and Conner to the lowland towns of Tuao, Piat, Solana and Tuguegarao. The project begun in 1900s and officially opened in 1910, but due ...

Dau Access Road

The Dau Access Road, officially the NLEx–MNR Road, is a 2-kilometer, secondary national road in Mabalacat, Pampanga in the Philippines. It is a spur road, connecting the North Luzon Expressway and MacArthur Highway via Dau exit interchange. Despi ...

N1 highway (Philippines)

The National Route 1 is a primary national route that forms part of the Philippine highway network, running from Luzon to Mindanao. Except for a 19-kilometer gap in Metro Manila and ferry connections, the highway is generally continuous. Most sec ...

N59 highway (Philippines)

National Route 59 is a primary national route that forms part of the Philippine highway network, running from Antipolo, Rizal to Cubao, Quezon City, Metro Manila.

N180 highway (Philippines)

National Route 180 is a secondary national route that forms part of the Philippine highway network, running from Cubao, Quezon City to Ermita, Manila.

N305 highway (Philippines)

The National Route 305 forms a part of the Philippine highway network. It acts as a four-lane spur road that spans 1.7 kilometers and consists two major streets in Olongapo, serving as the main road of Ologanpo city proper.

N651 highway (Philippines)

The N651 highway is a national secondary road in the Philippine highway network. It is one of the national secondary roads with two non-contiguous sections, one which runs through the municipality of Carmona, Cavite in the Calabarzon region, whil ...

N673 highway (Philippines)

The National Route 673 forms a part of the Philippine highway network. It is one of the national secondary roads with two non-contiguous highways, one which runs through the municipality of Pili, Camarines Sur in the Bicol region of Luzon, while ...

Pugo–Rosario Road

The Pugo–Rosario Road is a major road in La Union that connects from MacArthur Highway in Rosario to the Aspiras–Palispis Highway in Pugo. It is the alternative route to Marcos Highway for motorists going to Pugo and Baguio. The entire road is de ...

Roman Superhighway

The Roman Superhighway or Bataan Provincial Highway, formerly known as the Bataan Provincial Expressway, is a 68-kilometer, two-to-four lane major highway that connects the municipality of Dinalupihan to the municipality of Mariveles in Bataan, P ...

Santiago–Tuguegarao Road

Santiago–Tuguegarao Road is a major road in the provinces of Cagayan, Kalinga, and Isabela in the Philippines. It is a bypass junction of the Pan-Philippine Highway, connecting to the cities of Tuguegarao and Santiago. The road is a component of ...

Sorsogon Diversion Road

Sorsogon Diversion Road is a 7.4-kilometer, national secondary road in the city of Sorsogon of the Sorsogon province in the Philippines. The entire road is designated as the National Route N643 of the Philippine highway network.

Tagudin–Cervantes–Sabangan Road

Tagudin–Cervantes–Sabangan Road is a 98-kilometer national secondary road in the Philippines that connects between the provinces of Ilocos Sur and Mountain Province. The entire road is designated as the National Route N205 of the Philippine highw ...

Metro Manila Transit Corporation Double-Decker Bus

The Metro Manila double-decker bus was employed in the 1980s on the EDSA highway. The model most used was the Leyland Atlantean, a double-decker bus chassis manufactured by Leyland between 1958 and 1986. Leyland pioneered the design of rear-engin ...

Aguinaldo Highway

The Emilio Aguinaldo Highway, also known as Cavite–Batangas Road and Manila West Road is a four-to-six lane, 41.4-kilometer, network of primary and secondary highways passing through the busiest towns and cities of Cavite, Philippines. It is the ...

Anda Circle

Anda Circle, also known as Rotonda Anda, is a roundabout located at the boundary of Intramuros and Port Area in central Manila, Philippines. It is an interchange system at the junction of Bonifacio Drive, Mel Lopez Boulevard and Andres Soriano Av ...

Daang Hari Road

The Daang Hari, is a major arterial thoroughfare that links southern Metro Manila with the province of Cavite in the Philippines. It begins as a north–south road from Commerce Avenue just south of Alabang–Zapote Road running for 5.9 kilometers th ...

MacArthur Highway

The MacArthur Highway, officially the Manila North Road, is a 500-kilometer, two-to-six lane, national primary highway in Luzon, Philippines. It is the second longest road in the Philippines, after Maharlika Highway.

Marikina–Infanta Highway

The Marcos Highway, also known as the Marikina- Infanta Highway/Marikina- Infanta Road, is a scenic mountain 117.5-kilometer highway that connects Metro Manila with Infanta, Quezon in the Philippines. The Marcos Highway starts in Quezon City in K ...

Sumulong Highway

The Sumulong Highway, constructed in 1960, is the highway in the Philippines that connects Marikina with Antipolo and the municipalities of Teresa and Morong in the province of Rizal. It was named after Don Juan Sumulong, a former President of th ...

Banisilan–Guiling–Alamada–Libungan Road

The Banisilan–Guiling–Alamada–Libungan Road is a 118-kilometer, two-lane secondary highway that connects the provinces of North Cotabato, Lanao del Sur, and Bukidnon. This road also connects Libungan, Cotabato to Davao–Cotabato Road and leads to ...

Butuan–Cagayan de Oro–Iligan Road

The Butuan–Cagayan de Oro–Iligan Road, or Butuan–Cagayan de Oro–Iligan–Tukuran Road, is a 416-kilometer, two-to-six lane major thoroughfare, connecting the provinces of Agusan del Norte, Misamis Oriental, Lanao del Norte, and Zamboanga del Sur. T ...

Catitipan Airport Road

The Catitipan Airport Road is a 2-kilometre, two-lane road that formerly serves as the Airport Access Road to the Old Davao Airport in Davao. The current Airport Road is accessed through the Carlos P. Garcia National Highway. This highway is a de ...

Cuevas–Bislig Road

The Cuevas–Bislig Road is a 46-kilometre, two-lane national primary highway that connects the provinces of Agusan del Sur and Surigao del Sur. This highway also connects to the Maharlika Highway in Trento. It lessens the travel time from the sout ...

Davao–Cotabato Road

The Davao–Cotabato Road is a 165-kilometre, two-to-four lane national primary road, connecting the provinces of Maguindanao, North Cotabato, and Davao del Sur. It starts from Digos, Davao del Sur to Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao. This entire road i ...

Gingoog–Claveria–Villanueva Road

The Gingoog–Claveria–Villanueva Road is a 71-kilometre, two-lane national secondary highway, connecting the municipalities of Villanueva and Claveria, and the city of Gingoog in Misamis Oriental. It serves as a diversion road from the Butuan–Caga ...

Makilala–Allah Valley Road

The Makilala–Allah Valley Road, is a 72-kilometre two-to-four lane highway in the Philippines that connects the provinces of North Cotabato, Maguindanao, and Sultan Kudarat. It is classified as a national primary highway for Mindanao. It also con ...

Maria Clara L. Lobregat Highway

The Maria Clara Lorenzo Lobregat Highway is a two-to -four lane national highway running in the east coast part of Zamboanga City, Philippines from Barangay Licomo to Sta. Cruz Intersection. Under Republic Act No. 9270 approved on March 19, 2004 ...

Iligan–Marawi Road

The Iligan–Marawi Road, officially the Malabang–Marawi–Iligan Road, is a 30-kilometer, two-lane national primary road that connects the city of Iligan in Lanao del Sur to the municipality of Malabang in Lanao del Norte. It traverses through the c ...

Molave–Dipolog Road

The Molave–Dipolog Road, also known as Malindang Mountain Road, is an82-kilometer, two-to-four lane, primary national road that connects the provinces of Zamboanga del Norte and Zamboanga del Sur. This road serves as the main highway when going t ...

Sarangani–Sultan Kudarat Coastal Road

The Sarangani–Sultan Kudarat Coastal Road or Awang–Upi–Lebak–Kalamansig–Palimbang–Sarangani Road is a 323-kilometre, two-to-four lane national secondary road, connecting the provinces of Maguindanao, Sultan Kudarat, Sarangani, and South Cotabato. ...

Surigao–Davao Coastal Road

The Surigao–Davao Coastal Road or the President Diosdado P. Macapagal Highway is a 116-kilometer, two-to-four lane highway that connects the provinces of Surigao del Norte, Surigao del Sur, Davao Oriental, Compostela Valley, and Davao del Norte. ...

Bacolod South Road

The Bacolod South Road is a 207.967-kilometer major north–south lateral highway that connects the city of Bacolod to the municipality of Hinoba-an in the province of Negros Occidental, Philippines. The road forms part of National Route 7 N7, Nati ...

Bais–Kabankalan Road

Bais–Kabankalan Road or Kabankalan–Bais Road is a 75.332-kilometer major road that connects the municipality of Manjuyod in Negros Oriental to the city of Kabankalan in Negros Occidental. The road forms part of National Route N6 of the Philippine ...

Barotac Nuevo–Dumangas–Dacutan Wharf Road

Barotac Nuevo–Dumangas–Dacutan Wharf Road is a 12.6-kilometer, national secondary road in the province of Iloilo, Philippines. It connects the municipalities of Barotac Nuevo and Dumangas and provides fast access to the Port of Dumangas. The enti ...

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