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Interconnections
that work.
“Thanks to global transportation, communications, and energy infrastructure—highways, railways, airports, pipelines, electricity grids, internet cables, and more— the future has a new maxim: ‘Connectivity is destiny.’” –Parag Khana
All roads
lead to Clark.
  1. New Clark City

  2. Clark Freeport Zone

  3. Clark International Airport

  4. Clark Global City

  5. New Clark City - Clark International Airport Access Road

  6. SCTEx and MacArthur Highways

  7. New Clark City - SCTEx Access Road

  8. Subic - Clark Railway Project

  9. Malolos - Clark Railway Project

Now more than even, interconnections are the stuff of life - form the simplest gesture of picking up the smartphone to do any number of things at home or at work, to the infinitely more complex connectivity demands of running industries, businesses, and government services, as well as moving passengers and goods around the country and across the world. The BCDA shows us why interconnectivity is important and how to make it happen. 

New Clark City's proximity to Clark International Airport, Subic Bay, and major road networks strategically links the city to other major CBD’s locally and internationally.
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Location. Location. Location.


With world-class highways, an international airport that can take you 3-4 hours away from every major Asian city, and your gateway to
the 7,500+ islands of the Philippines.
Clark is truly a city unmatched in connectivity.

LAND

Clark is the exit to the country’s best highways, the SCTEX (93.77 km) and NLEX (84 km), providing efficient access to Metro Manila, Subic and the northern regions. It is also the main entry point of the TPLEX (88.85 km) which connects to La Union.

AIR

Clark is the northern gateway to the world. As part of the government's infrastructure push, the expansion of the Clark International Airport will bring 12 million passengers annually.

International air providers that is being serviced currently in Clark:
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PORT

Clark is 45 minutes away from the Subic Bay Freeport Zone (SBFZ), one of the best international ports in the country which is currently being expanded to service 1.2 mn TEUs The SBFZ is the main port of entry for Luzon’s refined petroleum and oil products

FREIGHT

Clark is adjacent to the railway right of way to the east of the site, the location of the PNR North Railway (Manila-Clark Railway), currently a top infrastructure project of the government Designed to accommodate 350,000 passengers a day and will provide increased labor pool access to/from Clark Will dramatically decrease travel time from Metro Manila to Clark to approximately 56 minutes

It's easy to go to 
New Clark City