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List of expressways in the Philippines

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This is a list of the expressways in the Philippines.[1]

Expressways in the Philippines are currently composed of 10 controlled-access highways that connect Metro Manila to provinces located in North and South Luzon. While not all expressways are interconnected, there is a plan to connect all of the expressways to form the Philippine expressway network.

Contents

OperationalEdit

Expressways that are in Italic are ongoing projects.

Route number Name Shortened
form
Image Status Length Description North end South end
 
Tarlac–Pangasinan–La Union Expressway TPLEx   Partially operational 88.85 km Links Tarlac City to Rosario, La Union SCTEx
(Tarlac City)
Pozorrubio (temporary)
 
North Luzon Expressway NLEx   Operational 84 km Links Northern Metro Manila to the provinces of Bulacan and Pampanga   EDSA
(Quezon City)
SCTEx in Clark Freeport Zone
(Pampanga)
 

 

Subic–Clark–Tarlac Expressway SCTEx   Operational 93.8 km Links Hermosa, Bataan to Tarlac City Hermosa
(Bataan)
TPLEx
(Tarlac City)
  Muntinlupa–Cavite Expressway MCX   Operational 4.0 km Links Bacoor and Muntinlupa Daang Hari Road
(Bacoor, Cavite)
South Luzon Expressway
(Muntinlupa)
  Skyway/Metro Manila Skyway System MMSWS  
  • Operational
    (Stage 1 & 2)
  • Under construction
    (Stage 3)
31.2 km Elevated expressway over the South Luzon Expressway   Gil Puyat Avenue
(Makati)
  Alabang–Zapote Road
(Alabang, Muntinlupa)
  South Luzon Expressway
SLEx   Operational 51 km Links Southern Metro Manila to the provinces of Laguna, Cavite, and Batangas Quirino Avenue
(Paco, Manila)
STAR Tollway
(Santo Tomas, Batangas)
  Southern Tagalog Arterial Road STAR Tollway   Operational 42 km Tollway to Batangas City SLEx
(Santo Tomas, Batangas)
Port Rotunda
(Batangas City)
  Manila–Cavite Expressway
Coastal Road/
CAVITEx
  Operational 14 km Links Parañaque, Las Piñas and the province of Cavite   Roxas Boulevard
(Parañaque)
  Centennial Road
(Kawit, Cavite)
  Subic–Tipo Expressway NLEx Segment 7/
STE
  Operational 8.8 km Links SCTEx to Olongapo and Subic Freeport Zone Hermosa
(Bataan)
Olongapo
(Zambales)
  NLEx-Mindanao Avenue Link
(Circumferential Road 5)
NLEx Segment 8.1   Operational 2.7 km Short expressway linking NLEx with C‑5 Mindanao Avenue
(Quezon City)
Smart Connect Interchange
(NLEx-C-5 Cloverleaf)
(Valenzuela)
  NLEx-Karuhatan Link
(NLEx-MacArthur Highway Link)
NLEx Segment 9 Operational Short expressway linking NLEx to MacArthur Highway Smart Connect Interchange
(NLEx-C-5 Cloverleaf)
(Valenzuela)
MacArthur Highway
(Valenzuela)
  NLEx-Harbor Link NLEx Segment 10 Operational Short expressway linking NLEx to Circumferential Road 3 MacArthur Highway
(Valenzuela)
Circumferential Road 3
(Caloocan)
  NAIA Expressway
NAIAEx or NAIAx   Operational 11.6 km Elevated airport tollway to Ninoy Aquino International Airport Metro Manila Skyway
(Makati)
Diokno Boulevard
(Parañaque)

Under constructionEdit

Name Shortened
form
Image Status Opening
date
Description North End South End References
C-5 South Link Expressway Under construction 2020 Links Circumferential Road 5 to CAVITEX Las Piñas Taguig [2]
  Cavite–Laguna Expressway CALAEX

CALAX

  Under construction December 2020 Expressway that would connect the provinces of Cavite and Laguna.
It will also connect CAVITEX to SLEX.
  Manila–Cavite Expressway
(Kawit, Cavite)
South Luzon Expressway
(Biñan, Laguna)
[3][4][5]
Cebu–Cordova Link Expressway CCLEX Under construction 2022 First expressway in the Philippines outside Luzon;
Will link Cebu City and Cordova;
third bridge that will connect mainland Cebu to Mactan Island.
 

Cebu South Road

(Cebu City)

Cordova [6][7][8]
Central Luzon Link Expressway CLLEX   Under construction January 2020 Future expressway that will link Nueva Ecija to Tarlac  

TPLEx
(Tarlac City, Tarlac)

NLEE
(Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija)
[9][10][11][12]
  Metro Manila Skyway Stage 3 SLEX–NLEX Connector
  • Partially Operational (Buendia to Plaza Dilao only)
  • Under construction
2020 Stage 3 of the Metro Manila Skyway that will link SLEx to NLEX  

Gil Puyat Avenue
(Makati)

 

North Luzon Expressway
(Balintawak, Quezon City)

[13][14][15]
  North Luzon Expressway Segments 8.1, 8.2, 9, 10 & 10.1 NLEX Harbor Link  
  • Partially Operational (Segments 8.1, 9, and 10 only)
  • Under construction
2019 The 21.65-km extension of the NLEX from Mindanao Avenue to Circumferential Road 3 in Caloocan City and to Commonwealth Avenue.  MacArthur Highway
(Valenzuela)
C-3 Road
(Caloocan)
R-10
(Navotas)
[16][17]
  North Luzon Expressway Segment 10.2 NLEX–SLEX Connector Road Under construction February 2022 Segment 10.2 of the North Luzon Expressway Phase 2 that will link NLEX to SLEx  

North Luzon Expressway
(Valenzuela)

 

Gil Puyat Avenue
(Makati)

[18][19]
North Luzon East Expressway NLEE   Under construction 2022 Future expressway that will link Quezon City to Bulacan and Nueva Ecija La Mesa Parkway
(Quezon City)
Cabanatuan
(Nueva Ecija)
[20][21]
  Tarlac–Pangasinan–La Union Expressway Phase 3 TPLEX Under construction September 2019 Phase 3 of the expressway that will link Pangasinan to La Union Urdaneta
(Pangasinan)
Rosario
(La Union)
Southeast Metro Manila Expressway SEMME   Under construction August 2020 Future expressway that will link Rizal, cities of Pasig, Taguig, and Quezon City.
Groundbreaking was held on January 8, 2018.[22]
 

Skyway (Taguig)

Batasang Pambansa Complex
(Quezon City)
[23][24][25]

Planned/proposedEdit

Major interchangesEdit

  • Balintawak Interchange is a two-level cloverleaf interchange in Quezon City, Metro Manila, the Philippines which serves as the junction between Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA) and the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX).
  • Magallanes Interchange is a four-level partial turbine interchange in Makati, Metro Manila, the Philippines, serving as the junction between the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) and Epifanio de los Santos Avenue
  • Sales Interchange, also known as the Nichols Interchange, is a hybrid interchange at the boundary of Pasay and Taguig in Metro Manila, the Philippines. It is composed of a lower partial cloverleaf interchange serving as the junction between the South Luzon Expressway and Andrews Avenue (formerly Sales Road), and an upper T-bone interchange serving as the junction between the Metro Manila Skyway and the NAIA Expressway.
  • Smart Connect Interchange, also known as the Mindanao Avenue Interchange and the North Luzon Expressway–Circumferential Road 5 Interchange, is a two-level cloverleaf interchange in Valenzuela, Metro Manila, the Philippines which serves as the junction between Circumferential Road 5 (C-5) and the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX). Built as part of the 2.7-kilometer (1.7 mi) NLEX–Mindanao Avenue Link segment extending the expressway to Mindanao Avenue, which has since been incorporated into the C-5 system, it is the Philippines' largest cloverleaf interchange in terms of land area.

TollsEdit

 
Bocaue Toll Barrier of the North Luzon Expressway

Most of the expressways implement tolls, usually of the closed road and barrier toll systems. On expressways roads using closed road tolling, motorists first get a card or ticket at the entry point and surrender them upon exit. On expressways implementing barrier tolling, toll collection is done at toll plazas on a fixed rate. Some expressways employ a hybrid system that includes both, like the North Luzon Expressway, which uses both barrier ("open system") and closed road tolling.

Electronic toll collection (ETC) is first implemented on the Skyway and South Luzon Expressway, using transponder technology branded E-Pass. ETC systems are implemented by some toll road operators, with inter-running support on other connected expressways. Toll plazas or toll gates have ETC lanes on the leftmost lanes or on "mixed" lanes, that allow cash collection, or both. Latest ETC systems use radio frequency identification (RFID) technology over transponder technology for collection. Having differing ETC systems that are not supported on other roads, a plan for a unified ETC system are promoted for motorists' convenience.

As of April 2011, the toll rates by expressway are as follows:

Name Class 1
(Cars, Motorcycles, SUVs, Jeepneys)
Class 2
(Buses, Light Trucks)
Class 3
(Heavy Trucks)
North Luzon Expressway ₱45.00 [Open System (Balintawak-Marilao)]
₱2.66/km [Closed System (Bocaue-Sta.Ines)]
₱114.00 [Open System (Balintawak-Marilao)]
₱6.66/km [Closed System (Bocaue-Sta.Ines)]
₱136.00 [Open System (Balintawak-Marilao)]
₱8.00/km [Closed System (Bocaue-Sta.Ines)]
Subic–Clark–Tarlac Expressway ₱2.67/km ₱5.35/km ₱8.03/km
Subic–Tipo Expressway ₱22.00 ₱57.00 ₱68.00
Tarlac–Pangasinan–La Union Expressway ₱3.50/km ₱8.70/km ₱10.50/km
Manila–Cavite Expressway ₱8.00 (Kabihasnan)
₱24.00 (Las Piñas)
₱64.00 (Kawit)
₱48.00 (Las Piñas)
₱129.00 (Kawit)
₱72.00 (Las Piñas)
₱194.00 (Kawit)
NAIA Expressway ₱20.00 (before NAIAX)
₱35.00(Short Segment)
₱45.00(Full Route)
₱40.00 (before NAIAX)
₱69.00(Short Segment)
₱90.00(Full Route)
₱104.00(Short Segment)
₱134.00(Full Route)
Muntinlupa–Cavite Expressway ₱17.00 ₱34.00 ₱51.00
Metro Manila Skyway ₱164.00 (to & from Alabang/SLEx)
₱118.00 (to & from Sucat/Dr. A. Santos Ave.)
₱72.00 (to & from Bicutan/Doña Soledad)
₱329.00 (to & from Alabang/SLEx)
₱237.00 (to & from Sucat/Dr. A. Santos Ave.)
₱145.00 (to & from Bicutan/Doña Soledad)
₱493.00 (to & from Alabang/SLEx)
₱356.00 (to & from Sucat/Dr. A. Santos Ave.)
₱218.00 (to & from Bicutan/Doña Soledad)
South Luzon Expressway ₱3.37/km ₱6.74/km ₱10.11/km
STAR Tollway ₱1.016/km ₱2.032/km ₱3.048/km

OperatorsEdit

Name Operator Concession holder Concession starting date Concession ending date
North Luzon Expressway Tollways Management Corporation[a] NLEX Corporation[a] February 2005 December 31, 2037
Subic–Clark–Tarlac Expressway Q3 2008 October 31, 2043
Subic–Tipo Expressway 1996 2037
Tarlac–Pangasinan–La Union Expressway Private Infra Dev Corporation[b] October 2013 February 2044
Manila–Cavite Expressway CAVITEX Infrastructure Corporation[a] 1996 2023
NAIA Expressway Vertex Tollways Development, Inc.[b] 2013 2043
Muntinlupa–Cavite Expressway Ayala Corporation 2015 2045
Metro Manila Skyway Skyway Operations and Maintenance Corporation (SOMCo.)[b] Citra Metro Manila Tollways Corporation[b] August 24, 1995 2010
South Luzon Expressway Manila Toll Expressway Systems (Alabang–Sto. Tomas)[b] South Luzon Tollway Corporation (Alabang–Sto. Tomas)[b] August 2006 March 2038
STAR Tollway STAR Tollway Corporation[b] STAR Infrastructure Development Corporation[b] 2002 2029

Notes

Luzon Spine Expressway NetworkEdit

The Luzon Spine Expressway Network (LSEN) is a planned network of interconnecting expressways within the main island of Luzon. It is part of the Build! Build! Build! Infrastructure Plan of DuterteNomics.

In addition to the following expressways:

New expressways will be built as well, such as:

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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