Tirona Highway

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Tirona Highway
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Tirona Highway in Binakayan, Kawit, Cavite
Route information
Maintained by Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) - Cavite District Engineering Office
Major junctions
East endN62 (Philippines).svgN419 (Philippines).svg N62  / N419 (Aguinaldo Highway) in Bacoor
Major intersections
West endN62 (Philippines).svg N62 (Magdiwang Highway) / Gregorio Street in Kawit
Country Philippines
Provinces Cavite
Major cities Bacoor
Towns Kawit
Highway system
  • Roads in the Philippines

The Tirona Highway is a two-to-four lane, primary highway in Cavite, Philippines. It connects the city of Bacoor and the municipality of Kawit. [1] It was named for Filipino revolutionary leader Daniel Tirona. The Aguinaldo Shrine, the site of the Philippine Declaration of Independence and residence of Emilio Aguinaldo, is located along the road.

The road forms part of National Route 62 (N62) of the Philippine highway network. [2]

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  2. "Road and Bridge Inventory". Department of Public Works and Highways . Retrieved June 14, 2023.