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Jose P. Laurel Highway, officially named as Manila–Batangas Road, is a 49-kilometer (30 mi), two-to-six lane, major highway running within the province of Batangas.[1][2][3] The highway forms part of National Route 4 (N4) of the Philippine highway network.

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Jose P. Laurel Highway
Manila–Batangas Road
Route information
Maintained by Department of Public Works and Highways
Length49 km (30 mi)
Major junctions
North end N1 / AH26 (Maharlika Highway) in Santo Tomas, Batangas

N433 (Banay-Banay–Mojon–Cuenca Road) in Banaybanay, Lipa

  • E2 (STAR Tollway) / N434 (Batangas Port Diversion Road) in Balagtas, Batangas City
  • N438 (Batangas–Lobo Road) at Kumintang Ibaba, Batangas City
South end N436 (Palico–Balayan–Batangas Road) / N437 (Batangas Pier Road) in Poblacion, Batangas City
Major citiesTanauan, Lipa, Batangas City
TownsSanto Tomas, Malvar, San Jose
Highway system
Roads in the Philippines

The highway was named in the honor of Jose P. Laurel, who served as first president of the Second Philippine Republic.



Route descriptionEdit

The Southern Tagalog Arterial Road mostly parallels the highway, and crosses each other at Lipa.


The entire route is located in Batangas. Intersections are numbered by kilometer posts, with Rizal Park in Manila designated as kilometer zero

Santo Tomas   N1 / AH26 (Maharlika Highway) – ManilaNorthern terminus.
Governor Malvar Street
Governor Carpio Avenue
  N4 (Santo Tomas Bypass Road)
Santo TomasTanauan boundarySan Juan Bridge over San Juan River.
Tanauan  N421 (Tanauan–Talisay–Tagaytay Road) – STAR Tollway, Talisay, TagaytayTraffic light intersection. Serves St. John the Evangelist Parish and La Consolacion College Tanauan.
MalvarPedro Montecer Street – STAR Tollway
LipaLeviste Road
F. Leviste Highway – STAR Tollway, Balete
Alaminos–Lipa Road – San PabloServes Fiesta World Mall, Kolehiyo ng Lungsod ng Lipa, and Stonyhurst Southville International School.
  N431 (General Luna Street) – Padre Garcia, Rosario, San JuanRoundabout.
  N431 (B. Morada Avenue) – Lipa city proper, Padre Garcia, Rosario, San JuanRoundabout.
  E2 (STAR Tollway) – Manila, Batangas City
  N432 (Fernando Airbase Road)Serves Fernando Air Base.
Mataaskahoy Road – Mataasnakahoy
  N433 (Banay-Banay–Mojon–Cuenca Road) – Cuenca, Lemery, CalacaSouthern terminus.
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ "Batangas 2nd". Retrieved June 8, 2018.
  2. ^ "Batangas 3rd". Retrieved June 8, 2018.
  3. ^ "Batangas 4th". Retrieved June 8, 2018.

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