As part of its endeavour to expand its presence across Southeast Asia, Philippines-based Metro Pacific Tollways Corporation (MPTC) plans to invest in the Becakayu Toll Road project in Indonesia, the Dau Giay – Phan Thiet Expressway in Vietnam, and the Cebu Toll Bridge project in the Philippines. The Becakayu Toll Road is a 21 km expressway that will connect Jakarta to the eastern part of Bakasi city. The first phase of the project comprises a 10.16 km stretch from Casablanca to Jaka Sampura, while the second phase consists of a 10.87 km route that will link Jaka Sampura to Margamulya. MPTC plans to team up with Indonesian construction and engineering firm Citra Marga Nusaphala Persada and French contract operator Bouygues for the project. The Dau Giay – Phan Thiet Expressway, the first public–private partnership (PPP) toll road project in Vietnam, involves the construction of a 98.7 km six-lane expressway, including seven interchanges, 15 bridges, 10 flyovers, 19 overpasses, and 15 underpasses. The Cebu Toll Road project entails the construction of a third bridge to connect Cebu and Mactan Island. MPTC is the tollway unit of the Metro Pacific Investments Corporation.