Southward view of Chino Roces Avenue towards the Magallanes Interchange
|Namesake||Joaquin "Chino" Roces|
|Maintained by||Department of Public Works and Highways - Metro Manila 2nd District Engineering Office|
|Length||5.80 km (3.60 mi)|
Includes 2.12 km (1.32 mi) extension south of EDSA
|Location||Makati and Taguig|
|North end||J.P. Rizal Avenue in Tejeros & Olympia, Makati|
| Kalayaan Avenue |
Pablo Ocampo Street Extension
Gil Puyat Avenue
Dela Rosa Street
Epifanio de los Santos Avenue
|South end||Lawton Avenue in Fort Bonifacio, Taguig|
Chino Roces Avenue, formerly known as (and still commonly referred to as) Pasong Tamo, is a prominent north–south road in the cities of Makati and Taguig, Metro Manila, Philippines It runs for 5.80 kilometers (3.60 miles) from Olympia and Tejeros to Fort Bonifacio. The avenue is named for Joaquin "Chino" Roces, journalist and founder of The Manila Times and ABC (now TV5).
The northern end of Chino Roces Avenue is at the intersection with J.P. Rizal Avenue. It heads southwesterly across the residential and commercial barangays of Olympia, Tejeros, Santa Cruz, and La Paz. After the intersection with Bagtikan Street in San Antonio, Chino Roces bends to the south, becoming more commercial as it approaches Gil Puyat Avenue. The road continues southwards through the western limits of the Makati Central Business District, bending slightly southwesterly between Rufino and Don Bosco Streets. The avenue then becomes mixed commercial and industrial as it continues on a straight route to EDSA.
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