Route 195 shield
Ninoy Aquino Avenue
Imelda Avenue
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Ninoy Aquino Avenue view northbound towards NAIA Road
Route information
Maintained by the Department of Public Works and Highways
Length3.2 km (2.0 mi)
Component
highways
N195
Major junctions
North end N194 (NAIA Road) in Pasay
Major intersections E6 (NAIA Expressway)
South end N63 (Dr. A. Santos Avenue) and A. Bonifacio Street in Parañaque
Location
CountryPhilippines
Major citiesParañaque and Pasay
Highway system
  • Roads in the Philippines

Ninoy Aquino Avenue is a north–south collector road that links Pasay and Parañaque in southern Metro Manila, Philippines.[1] It serves as an extension to Dr. Santos Avenue (formerly Sucat Road) and as a feeder road to Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) from the south and the east. Like the airport it passes through, it is named after Senator Benigno "Ninoy" Aquino Jr.

Route description

Ninoy Aquino Avenue near NAIA Terminal 1

The road commences at the junction with A. Bonifacio Street and the road into Amvel City in Barangay San Dionisio, Parañaque as a continuation of Dr. Santos Avenue. It then travels north toward the old NAIA Terminal 1, traversing Barangays La Huerta and Santo Niño. Notable landmarks include the Dampa Seafood Market, the former Casino Filipino Airport, and Duty Free Fiestamall. It then enters Pasay where it is also known by its former name Imelda Avenue, after former Filipina first lady Imelda Marcos. The avenue terminates at the intersection with NAIA Road near the ramps of the NAIA Expressway.[2]

Intersections

ProvinceCity/MunicipalitykmmiDestinationsNotes
Pasay N194 (NAIA Road)Traffic light intersection. Northern terminus.
E6 (NAIA Expressway)Southbound entrance only
N195 (NAIA Terminal 1 Flyover)Southbound exit only
PasayParañaque boundaryCut-cut Bridge over Cut-cut Creek
Parañaque NAIA Terminal 1Northbound access only
Pascor DriveSouthbound access only
E. Rodriguez Street / J.P. Rizal StreetTraffic light intersection. Access to Barangay Santo Niño and N62 (Quirino Avenue).
Duty Free Philippines FiestamallTraffic light intersection.
Multinational AvenueFormer traffic light intersection. No left turn allowed to Ninoy Aquino Avenue from Multinational Avenue.
Col. E.L. De Leon StreetSouthbound access only
Sto. Niño Bridge over Parañaque River
N. de Leon StreetSouthbound access only
Global Airport Business Park RoadNorthbound access only. Access to C-5 Extension.
I. Capistrano StreetSouthbound access only
Amvel CityTraffic light intersection. Access to C-5 Extension.
Victor Medina StreetTraffic light intersection. Access to E3 (CAVITEX NB) via Kabihasnan.
Amvel City
N63 (Dr. Santos Avenue) / A. Bonifacio StreetTraffic light intersection. Southern terminus. Continues south as N63 (Dr. Santos Avenue).
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References

  1. ^ Roads and Transport published by the Pasay City Government; accessed 2013-10-29.
  2. ^ "Road and Bridge Inventory". www.dpwh.gov.ph. Retrieved July 5, 2020.

14°30′5″N 120°59′53″E / 14.50139°N 120.99806°E / 14.50139; 120.99806