Boni Avenue
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Boni Avenue eastbound
Route information
Maintained by the Department of Public Works and Highways – Metro Manila 1st District Engineering Office[1]
Length3.1 km (1.9 mi)
Major junctions
West endRev. Aglipay Street in Población
East end AH 26 (N1) (Epifanio de los Santos Avenue) in Barangka Ilaya and Malamig
Major citiesMandaluyong
Highway system
  • Roads in the Philippines

Boni Avenue is a major east–west thoroughfare in Mandaluyong, eastern Metro Manila, Philippines. It is a six-lane divided avenue that runs from Aglipay Street to Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA). After crossing EDSA via the EDSA-Boni tunnel, the road continues as Pioneer Street towards Pasig. The avenue is named after the nickname of Bonifacio Javier, a decorated guerrilla leader during World War II and former mayor of Mandaluyong.[2]

Route description

See also: Maysilo Circle

Boni Avenue at Barangka Drive

The avenue commences at the junction with Rev. Aglipay Street in the city's old downtown area (poblacíon), where the Cathedral of the Holy Child (Aglipay Church) and San Felipe Neri Church (Roman Catholic Church) are located. It heads southeasterly traversing the barangays of Old and New Zañiga and San José, and crossing Primo Cruz Street before coming to a large roundabout called Maysilo Circle in Plainview. At this roundabout which houses the Mandaluyong City Hall complex and the Archdiocesan Shrine of the Divine Mercy, Boni intersects with F. Martinez Avenue and San Francisco Street. It curves northeast past Maysilo Circle as it approaches a commercial district at Barangka Drive. East of Barangka, the avenue becomes more commercial with several retail outlets and condominium developments lining this section of Boni where the Rizal Technological University is also situated. The avenue ends at the junction with EDSA, near Boni station of the Manila MRT-3.


San Felipe Neri Church


  1. ^ "Metro Manila 1sr". Department of Public Works and Highways. Archived from the original on June 6, 2020. Retrieved February 14, 2021.
  2. ^ Some Mandaluyong residents disown ex-mayor Abalos published by Philippine Daily Inquirer; accessed October 31, 2013.

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