Circumferential Road 4
C-4 Road
EDSA with MRT train, near Kamuning Station (Quezon City; 03-21-2021).jpg
EDSA southbound towards Kamuning MRT station
Route information
Maintained by the Department of Public Works and Highways and the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority
Length27.35 km (16.99 mi)
Major junctions
Beltway around Manila
North end AH 26 (N120) (Radial Road 10) in Navotas
South end AH 26 (N120) / N61 (Roxas Boulevard) in Pasay
RegionsMetro Manila
Major citiesCaloocan, Makati, Malabon, Mandaluyong, Navotas, Pasay, Quezon City, and San Juan
Highway system
  • Roads in the Philippines

Circumferential Road 4 (C-4), informally known as the C-4 Road, is a network of roads and bridges that all together form the fourth beltway of Metro Manila in the Philippines.[1] Spanning some 27.35 kilometers (16.99 mi), it connects the cities of Caloocan, Makati, Malabon, Mandaluyong, Navotas, Pasay, Quezon City, and San Juan.

Route description

C-4 Road

C-4 Road in Navotas

The section of C-4 Road is simply known as such from R-10 at the Bangkulasi Bridge over Tullahan River in Navotas to Paterio Aquino Avenue (Letre Road) at the boundary of Malabon and Caloocan.

Gen. San Miguel Street

After passing Paterio Aquino Avenue (Letre Road), C-4 becomes General San Miguel Street, a four-lane road in Caloocan.

Samson Road

Main article: Samson Road

After passing the junction with Marcelo H. Del Pilar and A. Mabini Streets in Caloocan, C-4 becomes Samson Road. Also called "Caloocan Road" and "Monumento Avenue", it is a main road in Caloocan with four lanes, running up to the roundabout at Monumento, a monument to Andrés Bonifacio.

Epifanio de los Santos Avenue

Main article: EDSA

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 Caloocan, Quezon City, San Juan, Mandaluyong, Makati, and Pasay. The C-4 segment of EDSA starts at Monumento in Caloocan and ends at the intersection with Roxas Boulevard (R-1) in Pasay.


Further information on intersections on EDSA: EDSA § Intersections

Intersections are numbered by kilometer post, with Rizal Park in Manila designated as kilometer zero

AH 26 (N120) (Radial Road 10).Western terminus of C-4. Continues south as AH 26 (N120) (Radial Road 10).
P. Cadomiga StreetOne-way to and from C-4 Road.
San Marcos StreetOne-way to and from C-4 Road.
M. Naval StreetOne-way to M. Noval Street (northbound).
NavotasMalabon boundaryC-4 Bridge II
MalabonLeoño Street
Manapat Street
C-4 Bridge I
127.5General Borromeo StreetAccess to C-3 Road.
Dagat-Dagatan AvenueAccess to C-3 Road.
MalabonCaloocan boundary116.8Paterio Aquino AvenueOne-way from C-4 Road. Westbound access only.
CaloocanWest end of C-4 Road. East end of Samson Road.
Marcelo H. Del Pilar Street / A. Mabini Street
Philippine National Railways Metro Commuter Line crossing
UE Tech Street
New Abbey Road
Caimito Road
Malonzo Road
University Avenue
Villarosa Street
106.2Araneta AvenueOne-way to Samson Road.
Torres Street
P. Bonifacio Street
106.2Dagohoy StreetOne-way access from Samson Road. Westbound access only.
Lapu-Lapu StreetWestbound access only.
General Pio Valenzuela StreetWestbound access only.
N1 (MacArthur Highway) / AH 26 (N1) (EDSA) / N150 (Rizal Avenue Extension)Bonifacio Monument Circle (Monumento).
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also


  1. ^ Sources: [2]


  1. ^ "Metro Manila Infrastructure Development" (PDF). University of the Philippines Diliman. Archived (PDF) from the original on January 22, 2021. Retrieved June 6, 2020.
  2. ^ "Road and Bridge Inventory". Department of Public Works and Highways. Archived from the original on July 16, 2023. Retrieved April 4, 2022.