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The Pan-Philippine Highway, also known as the Maharlika Highway (Daang Maharlika; Daang Halangdon) is a 3517 km network of roads, bridges, and ferry services that connect the islands of Luzon, Samar, Leyte, and Mindanao in the Philippines, serving as the country's principal transport backbone.wikipedia
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It is the longest highway in the Philippines that forms the country's north–south backbone component of the National Route 1 (N1) of the Philippine highway network.
The north-south backbone refers to the main trunkline, the Pan-Philippine Highway (N1, also designated as Asian Highway 26), which runs from Laoag in the northernmost parts of Luzon to Zamboanga City in western Mindanao, interconnecting the country's major islands.
Asian HighwayAsian Highway RouteAsian Highways
The entire highway is designated as Asian Highway 26 (AH26) of the Asian Highway Network.
NLEXNLEX Segment 10.1North
In March 2018, Secretary Mark Villar of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) inaugurated the 24.61 km arterial road that will link the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) with the Maharlika Highway that traverses the central part of Luzon.
The segment between Santa Rita Exit in Guiguinto and the Balintawak Interchange in Quezon City is a part of the new alignment of the N1 (AH26).
Bayugan CityBayugan, Agusan del Sur Bayugan City
In 1948, the Department of Public Works and Highways conducted a survey for a National Highway that would connect Butuan with Davao City.
The Pan-Philippine Highway, also known as the Maharlika Highway (Daang Maharlika; Daang Halangdon) is a 3517 km network of roads, bridges, and ferry services that connect the islands of Luzon, Samar, Leyte, and Mindanao in the Philippines, serving as the country's principal transport backbone.
Expressways and highways are mostly located on the island of Luzon including the Pan-Philippine Highway, connecting the islands of Luzon, Samar, Leyte, and Mindanao, the North Luzon Expressway, South Luzon Expressway, and the Subic–Clark–Tarlac Expressway.
AlaminosAlaminos de LagunaLaguna
The Maharlika Highway passes through the municipality and is connected directly to Manila through the South Luzon Expressway.
SLEXOsmeña HighwayE2 expressway (Philippines)
The concurrency with the Pan-Philippine Highway starts at that interchange.
Cabanatuan CityCabanatuan, Nueva EcijaCabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija
Maharlika Highway (or Pan-Philippine Highway) is the main highway traversing the city where most vehicles going to Cagayan Valley pass through.
SorsogonSorsogon City, SorsogonBacon
The Pan-Philippine Highway which runs from northwest to southeast through the city, connects Sorsogon City to the municipalities of Castilla, Pilar, in the northwest towards Daraga, Legazpi City, Naga City and the rest of Luzon.
Santo TomasSto. TomasSantiago
The Maharlika Highway connects the city with Calamba, the rest of Laguna, with the highway reaching as far as Bicol Region.
Ilagan CityIlagan, IsabelaIlagan City, Isabela
Ilagan is linked by a national highway called Maharlika Highway (designated as Asian Highway 26, AH26 by Asian Highway Network) The highway starts at Barangay Alibagu and ends at Barangay San Juan.
Santo DomingoSto. DomingoBaloc (present-day Santo Domingo)
In Barangay Baloc along the Maharlika Highway is the Mariano Noriel landmark park and plaza.
All of these are situated along Pan-Philippine Highway in Barangay Santo Cristo.
IpilIpil townIpil, Zamboanga del Sur
* in Ipil
Ipil Airport is located at Barangay Sanito, along the Pan Philippine Highway, and it is the only airport in Zamboanga Sibugay.
San JoseSan Jose CitySan Jose City, Nueva Ecija
Major bus companies in Manila ply the route going to San Jose City along the Pan-Philippine Highway.
Ferdinand E. MarcosMarcosPresident Marcos
The highway was proposed in 1965, and built under the administration of President Ferdinand Marcos.
These including hospitals like the Philippine Heart Center, Lung Center, and Kidney Center, transportation infrastructure like San Juanico Bridge (formerly Marcos Bridge), Pan-Philippine Highway, North Luzon Expressway, South Luzon Expressway, and Manila Light Rail Transit (LRT), and 17 hydroelectric and geothermal power plants to lessen the country's dependency on oil.
CalambaCalamba CityCalamba City, Laguna
SLEX is part of AH26 up to Calamba Exit.
Naga CityNagaNaga City, Camarines Sur
The city is connected to the capital Manila by the Quirino, Andaya, and Maharlika highways.
There are three (3) major transport lines in the municipality: The Baliuag-Candaba (Benigno S. Aquino Avenue) road going to Pampanga (from the Downtown Baliuag to Candaba Town Proper), the Old Cagayan Valley road (Calle Rizal) and the Dona Remedios Trinidad Highway (N1, AH26) going to Manila and Nueva Ecija.
Tuguegarao CityTuguegarao, CagayanTuguegarao City, Cagayan
The Magat River, which runs parallel to the Pan-Philippine Highway (AH 26), is situated in the eastern part of the town proper.
* Matnog–Allen ferry line: Continuation of N1/AH26 via San Bernardino Strait
The primary modes of transport are the inter-island bus route via the Maharlika Highway, and the ferry crossing the San Bernardino Strait.
General Santos CityGeneral Santos, South CotabatoBuayan
The Pan-Philippine Highway links the city by land to other major cities in Mindanao and to the rest of the country.
* San Juanico Bridge
San Juanico Bridge or Marcos Bridge (, Waray: Tulay han San Juanico and Puente de San Juanico) is part of the Pan-Philippine Highway and stretches from Samar to Leyte across the San Juanico Strait in the Philippines.
TukuranMunicipality of TukuranFuerte de Alfonso XII
* in Tukuran
After the construction of Maharlika Highway or the Tukuran-Dabliston Road, a national highway, Tukuran became the passageway of two regions – that are Region 9 and Region 10.