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Tarlac-Nueva Ecija-Aurora Expressway

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Tarlac-Nueva Ecija-Aurora Expressway

Tarlac-Nueva Ecija-Aurora Expressway
NLEx Extension Phase 3
North Luzon West Expressway (NLWE) Phase 3
R-8 Extension 3
;">Route information
;">Major junctions
From: Tarlac City, Tarlac
To: Baler, Aurora
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Highways in the Philippines

The Tarlac-Nueva Ecija-Aurora Expressway is a planned 60-km,[1] 4-lane limited-access expressway that will begin from Tarlac City in the province of Tarlac up to the town of Baler in the province of Aurora. It will pass through the province of Nueva Ecija.

The project was recently revealed by Senator Edgardo Angara during the opening ceremony of the Aurora satellite province in Clark Freeport Zone in Angeles City, Pampanga. The project, currently, is being readied by the government due to the increased tourist activities and economic potentials in the Aurora province.[2]

It is estimated that this project, when finished, will cut the travel time from Clark to Aurora from more than three hours to only 1 hour and 30 minutes.

This is the Phase 3 of the North Luzon West Expressway and also the extension of North Luzon Expressway and Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway from Tarlac to Aurora.


See also

  • North Luzon Expressway
  • North Luzon West Expressway
  • Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway
  • Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Expressway
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