Route 830 shield
Route 830
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Santander–Barili–Toledo Road, a component of N830 in Barili
Route information
Maintained by Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH)
Length95 km (59 mi)
Major junctions
South end N8 (Natalio Bacalso Avenue) in Samboan
North end N81 (Toledo–Pinamungahan–Alonguinsan–Mantalongon Road) / N83 (Carcar–Barili Road) in Barili
Location
CountryPhilippines
ProvincesCebu
TownsSamboan, Ginatilan, Malabuyoc, Alegria, Badian, Moalboal, Alcantara, Ronda, Dumanjug, Barili
Highway system
  • Roads in the Philippines
N826 N840

National Route 830 (N830) is a secondary route that forms part of the Philippine highway network from Samboan to Barili in Cebu, Philippines. There are four components of the route, namely Natalio Bacalso Avenue (in Samboan), Santander–Barili–Toledo Road, Carcar–Barili Road and Carcar–Barili–Mantapuyan Road.[1][2][3]

Route description

Main articles: Natalio Bacalso Avenue and Carcar–Barili Road

The route starts as Natalio Bacalso Avenue (Cebu South Road) from a route change from National Route 8 (N8) at the SantanderSamboan boundary. Shortly, the road is changed to Santander–Barili–Toledo Road. It then traverses the western coastal municipalities of Ginatilan, Malabuyoc, Alegria, Badian, Moalboal, Alcantara, Ronda, Dumanjug, and Barili.

In Barili, it veers to the east away from Cebu's western coast towards the city proper, where it transitions as Carcar–Barili Road at its intersection with Felix Paras Street in poblacion. The route then meets its northern end at the intersection with Toledo–Pinamungahan–Alonguinsan–Mantalongon Road in Barangay Mantalongon.[4]

History

The predecessors of N830 are Highway 301 from Samboan to Barili and Highway 918 in Barili that existed during the 20th century.[5][6]

During the addition of National Routes by the Department of Public Works and Highways in 2014, the roads Natalio Bacalso Avenue (in Santander), Santander—Barili–Toledo Road, Carcar–Barili Road and Carcar–Barili–Mantapuyan Road were designated components of N830.

References

  1. ^ "Cebu 2nd". Department of Public Works and Highways. Retrieved August 30, 2021.
  2. ^ "Cebu 3rd". Department of Public Works and Highways. Retrieved August 30, 2021.
  3. ^ "Cebu 4th". Department of Public Works and Highways. Retrieved August 30, 2021.
  4. ^ "Road and Bridge Inventory". Department of Public Works and Highways. Retrieved June 29, 2023.
  5. ^ NC 51-7 Cebu City (Map). 1:250,000. Washington D.C.: Army Map Service, Corps of Engineers. 1954. Retrieved June 29, 2023.
  6. ^ NC 51-10 Dumaguete City (Map). 1:250,000. Washington D.C.: Army Map Service, Corps of Engineers. 1954. Retrieved June 29, 2023.