Iloilo is connected to major production areas and markets in the province with sealed, all-weather roads and bridges. These roads have been improved to address the growth of the region and improve the supply value chain.
Senator Benigno S. Aquino Jr. Avenue
Commonly known as the Iloilo-Jaro Diversion Road, this 10-lane modern thorough-fare has cut passenger and cargo travel time from various towns in the province to the city.
It has a commercial strip marked with new hotels and business establishments.
The only avenue in the country withpurpose-built bike and pedestrian lanes.
President Corazon C. Aquino Avenue
(Iloilo Circumferential Road 1)
A four-lane, 14 kilometer highway connecting hundreds of hectares of new areas for development.
Provides easy access to the Iloilo International Airport and several seaports from the other provinces in Western Visayas.
Sen. Benigno Aquino Avenue or popularly known at Diversion Road among locals fronting the Plazuela de Iloilo.
Ilonggos are proud of their own bike lane in the city and aims to be the Philippine’s Bike City.
A portion of the Circumferential Road 1 in Pavia, Iloilo.
Photo taken from Google Maps.
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