Jose P. Rizal Avenue, more commonly known as J.P. Rizal Avenue, is a major local avenue in Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines. It is a contour collector road on the south bank of the Pasig River that runs east-west from C-5 Road in West Rembo to Zobel Roxas Street in Tejeros Village.
Starting at its eastern terminus at C-5 Road, the road meanders through the residential communities of West Rembo and Cembo. It intersects with Eighth Avenue just past the University of Makati campus which connects it to Bonifacio Global City nearby. The avenue continues west through Guadalupe Nuevo where the Guadalupe ferry terminal and Guadalupe MRT Station are located. Crossing under the Guadalupe Bridge of Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA), the road runs through Guadalupe Viejo and Rockwell Center. West of Estrella Street, it enters the Población area passing through the Casa Hacienda Park before coming to an intersection with Makati Avenue.
The road gradually pulls away from the river at this point as it continues on a straight path to Chino Roces Avenue in Olympia. The section between Makati Avenue and Chino Roces carries one-way traffic westbound. Located on this section are the old Santa Ana Race Track, which is now being developed as a commercial and entertainment district called Circuit Makati, and the country's most expensive city hall. The avenue then curves northwest past Pasong Tirad before coming to its western terminus at Zobel Roxas Street near the city's border with Santa Ana district in the City of Manila.
J.P. Rizal extends past C-5 road into East Rembo, Comembo and the municipality of Pateros as J.P. Rizal Avenue Extension. West of Zobel Roxas, it continues as Tejeron Street. The avenue was named after the Philippines' national hero, Dr. José P. Rizal. The eastern section and extension between Guadalupe Nuevo and Pateros was formerly called Guadalupe-Pateros Road.