North Bay Boulevard
Morth Bay Boulevard southbound towards Tondo
Maintained byDepartment of Public Works and Highways - Malabon-Navotas District Engineering Office
Length2.34 km (1.45 mi)[1]
North end AH 26 (N120) (C-4 Road) / Mariano Naval Street in Bagumbayan South & Bagumbayan North
Lapu-Lapu Avenue
N130 (C-3 Road)
South endHonorio Lopez Boulevard in San Rafael Village

North Bay Boulevard is a 2.34-kilometer-long (1.45 mi) two- to four-lane access road in the Navotas Fish Port Complex of northern Metro Manila, Philippines. It is one of the main roads in Navotas which travels north-south through the southern parts of the city running parallel to Radial Road 10 (R-10) to the west. The road links the Balut area of Tondo in Manila and San Rafael Village in the south to the central Navotas barangay of Bagumbayan South in the north. It was named after its location in Manila Bay north of the Manila North Harbor complex.

Route description

North Bay Boulevard is the continuation of Honorio Lopez Boulevard from Tondo, Manila. From the Balut–Navotas Bridge south over the Estero de Sunog Apog, it travels northwest and upon crossing Circumferential Road 3 (C-3), it curves north-northwest and continues in that direction until it reaches Pescador II Street in Bangkulasi village. Between C-3 Road and Pescador II Street, the road serves as the boundary between the barangays Northbay Boulevard North and Northbay Boulevard South. It thus runs in parallel to Radial Road 10 (R-10). The road continues for a few hundred meters through Bangkulasi until it terminates at the Bagumbayan Bridge over the Bangkulasi Channel.

North of the Bangkulasi Channel, the road continues as Mariano Naval Street which heads to San Jose (poblacion) and through the remaining parts of northern Navotas.

A notable site along the boulevard is the Navotas Agora Complex, a popular marketplace. The road is also the location of many shipping line warehouses, including those of Sulpicio Lines and Solid Shipping Lines Corporation. File:JfNorthbayBoulevardSouthHallRoadsfvf_34.JPG|North Bay Boulevard South Hall


North Bay Boulevard used to refer to the road segment from Juan Luna Street in Tondo, Manila to San Rafael Village, Navotas (formerly a municipality part of the province of Rizal) presently known as Honorio Lopez Boulevard since 1967.[2][3] It was later extended to an artificial island called the Navotas Fish Port Complex, the biggest and oldest fish port in the Philippines which was reclaimed in 1977 during the Marcos administration.[4] The island is bounded on the north by the Bangkulasi Channel, on the east by the Malabon Channel, on the south by Estero de Sunog Apog (Sunog Apog Creek), and on the west by Manila Bay. The 47.5-hectare (117-acre) land became a resettlement site for many urban poor families from Tondo and is now administratively divided into three barangays namely, Bangkulasi, Northbay Boulevard North and Northbay Boulevard South, the city's largest with a population in 2010 of 68,375.[5]


  1. ^ "Road and Bridge Inventory". Department of Public Works and Highways. Retrieved July 31, 2020.
  2. ^ Table and Pocket Map Guide City of Manila (Map). J.M. Azucena Publishing. 1960. Retrieved April 26, 2022.
  3. ^ Medina, Marielle (December 30, 2014). "Did you know: Honorio Lopez". Philippine Daily Inquirer. Retrieved April 26, 2022.
  4. ^ "Navotas fishport to be modernized, worth P2.7B". Department of Agriculture. Retrieved May 9, 2015.
  5. ^ "City of Navotas". National Statistical Coordination Board. Archived from the original on May 18, 2015. Retrieved May 9, 2015.

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