Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Expressway (TPLEX) as of March 2020
Here’s the latest update of the 88.85-kilometer four-lane Tarlac–Pangasinan–La Union Expressway (TPLEX) as of March 2020.
The Tarlac–Pangasinan–La Union Expressway is an 88.85-kilometer four-lane expressway currently under development at the north side of Manila, in the Philippines.
According to Dmitri Valencia, the remaining 12 km section of TPLEX is almost complete. This is the last portion of the originally designed Tarlac-Pangasinan-LaUnion Expressway. Currently, the TPLEX terminus is at Pozorrubio and soon will extend towards Rosario Rotunda (Formerly Pugo – Rosario Rd / Manila North Road Junction) Travelling to the Cordillera region will be easy now with the TPLEX. From the rotunda, you have three choices to up to Baguio, via Marcos Highway (go further to Pugo) or Kennon Road or the Asin Nangalisan Road. The Pozorrubio to Sison portion is almost complete, after this documentation, the entire portion has asphalt. The new toll plaza along Sison Interchange and the entire interchange is taking shape. You could see taking the Sison interchange lead you to Manila North road / MacArthur Highway.
Drone pilot: dmitrivalencia