Radial Road 1
|Length:||14.0 km (8.7 mi)|
|North end:||Roxas Boulevard at NAIA Road in Parañaque|
|Pacific Avenue in Asia World City, Don Galo, Parañaque
Victor Medina Street in Kabihasnan, San Dionisio, Parañaque
Zapote-Alabang Road in Longos, Zapote 5, Bacoor, Cavite
|South end:||Tirona Highway in Kawit, Cavite|
|Major cities:||Parañaque and Las Piñas in Metro Manila and Bacoor in Cavite|
|Towns:||Kawit in Cavite|
|Highways in the Philippines|
The Manila–Cavite Expressway, more commonly known as CAVITEX and formerly as Aguinaldo Boulevard, is a 14 km (8.7 mi) long access-controlled toll expressway linking Manila to the southern province of Cavite in the Philippines. It is considered part of the Radial Road 1 (R-1) of Metro Manila. It is owned and operated by the Public Estates Authority Tollway Corporation (PEATC), a government owned corporation and a subsidiary of the Public Estates Authority, an office under the Office of the President. It is also nicknamed the Coastal Road because of its vicinity to the Manila Bay.
At the north end, it feeds into and from Roxas Boulevard in the city of Parañaque in Metro Manila, also part of R-1. At the south end, it connects to Tirona Highway along the north coast in Kawit, Cavite
In 2011, the extension going to Kawit, Cavite, which is named as CAVITEX, was opened to the public, where it will eventually connect to C-6, the now-under-construction Bulacan-Rizal-Manila-Cavite Regional Expressway and to the proposed Cavite-Laguna Expressway. Meanwhile, when the C-5 Road and the NAIA Expressway are extended southward, it will also eventually be connected to those expressways as well. It will be the street alignment of the Manila LRT-1 South Extension when completed in Parañaque. It will have 2 stations, namely: Asia World and Ninoy Aquino International Airport.
The highway features a limited number of interchanges. The original south terminus of the expressway in Bacoor is being converted to a full interchange and is currently partially open, and one of the terminal points of the expressway in Kawit is a forced interchange. There are two toll barriers on the expressway: the original barrier at Las Piñas and the extension barrier in Kawit. Vehicles are charged a flat toll rate based on class. PEATC has also incorporated an electronic toll collection system it calls E-TAP.
Tolls are assessed in each direction at each barrier, based on class. In accordance with law, all toll rates include a 12% Value-Added Tax.
|1||PhP 24.00||PhP 64.00|
|2||PhP 48.00||PhP 129.00|
|3||PhP 72.00||PhP 194.00|
These are the status of the exits of Manila Cavite Expressway. On the expressway segment, exit numbers start at 9. As of now there is no official 'KM 0.' Officially, the stretch of road north of NAIA Road is Roxas Boulevard, however there are a few important intersections on that short section up to EDSA. Exit numbers currently are not posted anywhere on the expressway.
|Kilometer No.||Exit||Interchange type||Location||Remarks|
|9||NAIA Road Intersection||Intersection||Barangay Tambo, Parañaque||This intersection is located at the end of the Manila–Cavite Expressway. NAIA Road provides access to Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminals 1 and 2 and Domestic Terminal. There are plans to make this intersection into a full multi-level interchange that will cater to both NAIA Road and the upcoming NAIA Expressway. The old Coastal Mall and the Southwest Integrated Bus Terminal (which is on the back of the mall) are located on this intersection. Provincial Buses traveling to Manila via Coastal Road or CAVITEx are not allowed to enter Metro Manila (especially the City of Manila).|
|9 Southbound||Caltex service station||This service station on the southbound lanes has a Caltex gas station and a Star Mart convenience store, located just after the NAIA Road Intersection.|
|10||Asia World City entrance||This is an entrance ramp located before the toll barrier, providing access to Asia World City. An exit ramp to this road remains closed and the exit roadway has been grown over with plants. However, an exit left turn on the northbound lane provides access to the same area.|
|12||Kabihasnan entrance ramp||Barangay Manuyo Uno, Las Piñas||This entrance ramp with a toll barrier on the northbound lanes is located on Victor Medina Street. This entrance ramp provides access from E. Quirino Avenue and Ninoy Aquino Avenue of the nearby Kabihasnan Area.|
|13||Las Piñas Toll Barrier||This is the first toll barrier along the expressway.|
|15||Zapote Exit||Partial Trumpet||Barangays Zapote 5 and Longos, Bacoor, Cavite||This exit provides access to Real Street/Alabang-Zapote Road which heads towards the Alabang area in Muntinlupa. The original expressway ended here, redirecting onto a short 4-lane road with intersections and property access. A U-Turn ramp at this location has been converted to a flyover as part of the conversion to a full trumpet interchange.|
|16||Alabang-Zapote Flyover||2 lane ramp||This exit on the Alabang-Zapote Road is a 4-lane overpass over E. Quirino Avenue (different from the other Quirino Avenue [C-2] in Malate). Staying on the main road takes you to E. Quirino Avenue, on which southbound can take you to Bacoor and northbound can take you back to Manila.|
|17||Aguinaldo Highway Intersection||Continuing south on Aguinaldo Highway can take you to Imus, Dasmariñas, Trece Martires, and further on to Tagaytay.|
|23||Kawit Toll Plaza||Kawit, Cavite||This is the second toll barrier in the expressway.|
|24||Kawit Interchange||This exit in Kawit marks the end of the Manila–Cavite Expressway. This also serves as a shortcut going to Noveleta, Tanza and Cavite City. Radial Road 1 continues as the Antero Soriano Highway.|
|Kilometer No.||Exit||Interchange type||Location||Remarks|
|14||C5-CAVITEx Interchange||Trumpet||Barangay Elias Aldana, Las Piñas||It connects the C.P. Garcia Avenue (C5 Road Extension) to the Expressway, which is under construction. The Interchange gives access to Parañaque; South Luzon Expressway in Pasay; Bonifacio Global City in Taguig; Ortigas Center in Pasig; Eastwood City, Ateneo de Manila University, University of the Philippines, and Commonwealth Avenue in Quezon City; as well as North Luzon Expressway in Valenzuela.|