- The Pasig River via Elevated Highway Project is a 21.74-kilometer 4-lane highway, whihc shall use long span (47 meters) pre-stressed concrete, along the famous Pasig River, from Del Pan Bridge in the City of Manila to Napindan Bridge in Taguig City.
- It shall run along the Pasig River and shall be traversing other key cities of Metro Manila, namely, Pasig, Makati, Mandaluyong and San Juan.
- It shall intersect with the planned C6, with on-and-off ramps and interchanges at seven (7) points:
a. Delpan Bridge, Bonifacio Drive Interchange;
b. Quezon Bridge, Quezon Boulevard Interchange;
c. Upstream of Nagtahan Bridge Interchange;
d. Interchange that will pass along San Juan River to connect other major arteries at the heart of Manila;
e. Guadalupe Interchange;
f. C-5/BGC Interchange; and
g. Napindan Bridge, C6 Interchange
- An adjunct of the Project is a Personal Rapid Transit (PRT) System to hang below the new highway to provide commuter service for an estimated 200,000 riders a day.
- To significantly reduce 29% of vehicles using the Magallanes-Guadalupe Section, resulting to loosening of traffic congestion and making moderate travel in this section of EDSA and this will correspondingly reduce the country daily losses due to traffic congestion equivalently to 700 million pesos daily.
- PROJECT PROPONENT: Armando U Khong Hun General Contractor Inc. (AUKH)
- Estimated Total Project Cost: Php52,000,000,000.00 (Fifty-Two Billion Pesos)
- Ongoing review of the conflict on the proposed alignment with other proposed and on-going DPWH projects.
- For Evaluation