ⓘ General Luis Street is a two-to-four lane, major east-west thoroughfare situated in the cities of Valenzuela, North Caloocan and Quezon City. Heavy traffic is u ..

General Luis Street

ⓘ General Luis Street

General Luis Street is a two-to-four lane, major east-west thoroughfare situated in the cities of Valenzuela, North Caloocan and Quezon City. Heavy traffic is usually expected when traversing this road due to concentration of tricycles and jeepneys, commercial establishments, warehouses and factories along and near the vicinity, although there have been multiple plans to alleviate traffic congestion such as obstruction removal, road widening and improvement, and construction of additional roads like the Mindanao Avenue extension.


1. Name

Once called the Polo-Novaliches Road connecting the towns of Novaliches now mostly part of Quezon City and Polo now Valenzuela, this segment of the road was renamed after one of Andres Bonifacios most trusted revolutionaries, General Luis Malinis, who was killed during the Battle of Novaliches on November 1896.


2. Route description

The road starts at the intersection with Susano Road and Quirino Highway in Novaliches Proper also known as Novaliches Bayan, passing through Millionaires Village, Doña Rosario and T.S. Cruz Subdivisions until it reaches Pasacola Road that serves as an alternate route to Mindanao Avenue SB Road and Damong Maliit Road, an access road leading to Deparo and Llano in Caloocan. It then passes through Villa Nova & Amparo Subdivisions, towards International Christian School and into factories and warehouses, notably Rebisco Biscuits, until it meets Katipunan Avenue Extension, another alternate route towards Mindanao Avenue. The road then crosses the border to Kaybiga, part of North Caloocan, after passing through Mendoza Compound, and passes through Caloocan Industrial Subdivision which is an alternative route going to Llano Road and Deparo Road in Caloocan. The next intersection is P. Dela Cruz Street which is also going to Mindanao Avenue extension and an alternative route to NLEX Mindanao Avenue Exit/Harbor Link and Barangay Ugong. The road continues through Vista Verde North Executive Village. The road then slopes down until it crosses P. Jacinto Street, Gremville Subdivision and meets up at ITC Road, where the road crosses into Valenzuela City as Bagbaguin Road, and eventually into Paso de Blas Road until it reaches North Luzon Expressway at Paso de Blas Exit formerly Malinta Exit.

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