This expressway connects pasay, bacoor and kawit, cavite. if you are going to Imus, kawit and General Trias this route is best for you. This is an alternate route for aguinaldo highway.
The Manila–Cavite Expressway follows a mostly curving route of the shore of Manila Bay, and the Bacoor–Kawit extension is built on reclaimed land near the coastal barangays of Bacoor. The road uses a barrier toll system, which involves toll barriers at entry points and no toll collection at the exit points, except at the Kawit end. The expressway is not fully grade separated, as a traffic light intersection exists in the middle of the NAIA Road–Zapote toll barrier segment. The expressway is a physical extension of Roxas Boulevard. Lane count is usually 3 lanes for the NAIA Road–Bacoor section, the original route of the expressway known as Coastal Road, and 2 lanes at the Bacoor–Kawit segment, that forms the Kawit extension of the expressway. Various high voltage power lines, most notably the Dasmariñas-Las Piñas Transmission Line of National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) utilize the expressway right of way from its Las Piñas substation to Bacoor Exit for accessibility to work vehicles and also due to scarcity of land for dedicated right of way.
The expressway starts at the traffic light intersection with NAIA Road and Roxas Boulevard, near Uniwide Coastal Mall. Past the intersection is an eastbound entrance and westbound exit of NAIA Expressway, opened in 2016. A Caltex gas station lies past Uniwide Coastal Mall and the NAIA Expressway interchange. The only at-grade intersection of the expressway comes before the Zapote toll barrier. An entry point from the "Kabihasnan" area of Parañaque is found before the approach to the Zapote toll plaza. The expressway widens on approach to the Zapote toll plaza, where tolls for motorists from Manila are collected. After Zapote toll plaza is a right-in/right-out interchange with the Circumferential Road 5 (C-5) extension, which is accessible only from the northbound direction. The expressway then passes Bacoor Exit, the original end of the expressway at Bacoor, where the original alignment involved a curve that was changed to a full interchange with the opening of the Kawit extension. CAVITEx past Zapote Exit becomes a four lane dual carriageway on reclaimed land built on the shores of seaside barangays of Bacoor. The expressway widens at approach to the Kawit toll plaza, where the end of the expressway is moved from the opening of the Kawit extension in 2010. The terminus at Kawit is an box intersection with Tirona Highway and Antero Soriano Highway, with the latter being the physical extension of the existing expressway. The end of the expressway at Kawit will accommodate the Cavite end of the under-construction Cavite–Laguna Expressway.