Tullahan River
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Tullahan River
Tullahan River
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Tullahan Bridge (Potrero, Malabon-Marulas, Valenzuela)
Tullahan River is located in Luzon
Tullahan River
Tullahan River is located in Philippines
Tullahan River
Location
CountryPhilippines
RegionNational Capital Region
Cities
Physical characteristics
SourceLa Mesa Dam
 ⁃ locationQuezon City
MouthManila Bay
 ⁃ location
Navotas
 ⁃ coordinates
14°39?00?N 120°56?53?E / 14.65001°N 120.94806°E / 14.65001; 120.94806Coordinates: 14°39?00?N 120°56?53?E / 14.65001°N 120.94806°E / 14.65001; 120.94806
Basin features
Tributaries 
 ⁃ leftDampalit River, Polo River

The Tullahan River is a river of the Philippines. It is located to the north of Manila and has an approximate length of 7.6 miles (12.2 km). It starts at the La Mesa Reservoir in Quezon City and flows through Malabon and Valenzuela and empties into the Manila Bay.[1]In 2019, San Miguel Corporation pledges ?1 billion for the cleanup of the Tullahan River as part of the Manila Bay rehabilitation effort.[2]

Bridges

Navotas

  • Bangkulasi Bridge (C-4 - R-10)
  • M. Naval Bridge

Malabon

  • C-4 Bridge I
  • Malabon Bridge
  • Governor Pascual Bridge
  • Tinajeros Bridge
  • Harbor Link Bridge - It includes the rail bridge of PNR.

Valenzuela-Malabon

Valenzuela-Caloocan (South)

Valenzuela-Quezon City

Quezon City

  • Katipunan Bridge
  • San Dionisio Bridge
  • Gozum Bridge
  • Tullahan-Quirino Highway Bridge
  • Forest Hill Bridge
  • Bagong Tulay Bridge
  • Accountant Street Bridge
  • Tullahan-Commonwealth Bridge - It includes the future rail bridge of MRT 7.

See also

References

  1. ^ The Environment Report Archived 2007-10-11 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ "SMC pledges P1-B for Tullahan River cleanup". Philippine News Agency. Retrieved 2019.

External links


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