Circumferential Road 4

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Circumferential Road 4
C-4 road
Southbound EDSA as viewed from Kamuning MRT Station
Major junctions
North end: Pres. F.E. Marcos Highway in Navotas
Dagat-dagatan Avenue
Quirino Highway
Monumento Roundabout
North Luzon Expressway
Roosevelt and Congressional Avenue
North and West Avenue
Quezon Avenue
East and Timog Avenue
Kamuning and Kamias Avenue
Aurora Boulevard
P. Tuazon Boulevard
Santolan and Col. Bonny Serrano Avenue
Katipunan Avenue
Ortigas Avenue
Julia Vargas Avenue
Shaw Boulevard
Boni Avenue and Pioneer Street
J.P. Rizal Avenue
Kalayaan Avenue
Gil Puyat Avenue
Ayala Avenue
Arnaiz Avenue
South Luzon Expressway
Tramo Street
Taft Avenue
Harrison Avenue and E. Quirino Avenue
South end: Roxas Boulevard in Pasay
Macapagal Boulevard
Globe Rotunda
Location
Major cities: Navotas, Caloocan, Quezon City, Mandaluyong, Makati, Pasay
Highway system
Roads in the Philippines
Highways | Expressways (list)

Circumferential Road 4 is the 4th Circumferential road in Metro Manila, in the Philippines. It passes through the cities of Navotas, Malabon, Caloocan, Quezon City, Mandaluyong, Makati, and Pasay.

Parts and Intersections of the C-4 Road[edit]

C-4 Road[edit]

C-4 Road in Navotas.

Is the portion of C-4 from R-10 to Letre Road.

Letre Road[edit]

Is a 6-lane main road in Malabon. It starts at a roundabout in the Malabon City Hall and end in the Caloocan borders. It becomes a part of C-4 after passing the C-4 Road. It is also called "General San Miguel Street" and "Rizal Avenue".

Samson Road[edit]

After passing the Caloocan Borders, Letre Road becomes Samson Road. Samson Road is a main road in Caloocan with 6-8 lanes. It becomes EDSA after passing the roundabout in Monumento, Caloocan. It is also called "Caloocan Road" and "Monumento Avenue".

Epifanio De los Santos Avenue[edit]

EDSA is a 10-lane highway that utilizes Interchanges and Grade Separations. EDSA forms the majority portion of the Circumferential Road 4 (C-4) in Metro Manila, passing through the cities of Pasay, Makati, Mandaluyong, Quezon City, and Caloocan. Its southern endpoint is at a roundabout near the SM Mall of Asia in Pasay and its northern terminus is at Monumento, a monument to Andrés Bonifacio, in Caloocan. The avenue was constructed during the presidency of Manuel L. Quezon.

EDSA extension to the Mall of Asia[edit]

The EDSA extension from Roxas Boulevard to Jose Diokno Boulevard in Bay City in Pasay are no longer parts of C-4. C-4, like the other completed circumferential roads in Manila and in Metro Manila (C-1, C-2, and C-3), starts in R-10 and officially ends in R-1.

Intersection Location Remarks
F.E. Marcos Highway Junction North Port, Navotas Is the northern terminus of the C-4 Road. The road goes to Manila.
Malabon City Hall Rotunda Malabon Is the western terminus of the Letre Road.
Dagat-Dagatan Avenue Intersection Malabon Dagat-Dagat Avenue goes to C-3 Road.
PNR Orange Line crossing Caloocan
Monumento Roundabout Caloocan MacArthur Highway goes to north/central Luzon and Rizal Avenue goes to Manila. C-4 continues as EDSA.

For the intersection list for EDSA, see Epifanio De los Santos Avenue

See also[edit]