Bacolod South Road

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Bacolod South Road
Route information
Maintained by Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH)
Length207.967 km (129.225 mi)
  • N7 in Bacolod
  • N6 from Bacolod to Kabankalan
  • N712 from Kabankalan to Hinoba-an
Major junctions
North end N6 (Bacolod North Road) / N69 (Negros Occidental Eco-Tourism Highway) in Bacolod
South end N712 (Dumaguete South Road) in Hinoba-an, Negros Occidental
ProvincesNegros Occidental
Major citiesBacolod, Bago, Himamaylan, Kabankalan, Sipalay
TownsValladolid, San Enrique, Pontevedra, Hinigaran, Binalbagan, Ilog, Cauayan, Hinoba-an
Highway system
Roads in the Philippines

The Bacolod South Road is a 207.967-kilometer (129.225 mi), north–south lateral highway that connects the city of Bacolod[1] to the municipality of Hinoba-an[2] in the province of Negros Occidental[3][4], Philippines.

The road is a component of National Route 7 (N7), National Route 6 (N6), and National Route 712 (N712) of the Philippine highway network.

Route description[edit]


The road starts at the kilometer zero of Negros Island located along the Provicial Capitol of Negros Occidental in Bacolod.

Bago to Kabankalan[edit]

Kabankalan to Hinoba-an[edit]


Intersections are numbered by kilometer post, with Negros Occidental Provincial Capitol in Bacolod designated as kilometer 0

Bacolod0.0000.000 N7 (Bacolod North Road)Northern terminus
4.0852.538 N69 (Negros Occidental Eco-Tourism Highway)Route number change from N7 to N6.
N701 (Bacolod Circumferential Road)
Negros OccidentalSan Enrique N710 (Pontevedra Bypass Road)
Hinigaran N710 (Hinigaran–Isabela Road)
Kabankalan N6 (Bais–Kabankalan Road)
Hinoba-an N7 (Dumaguete South Road)Southern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
  •       Route transition


  1. ^ "Bacolod City". Retrieved January 5, 2019.
  2. ^ "Negros Occidental 2nd". Retrieved January 5, 2019.
  3. ^ "Negros Occidental 3rd". Retrieved January 5, 2019.
  4. ^ "Negros Occidental 4th". Retrieved January 5, 2019.

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