Articles about SMC Tollways

There now appears to be some overlap between proposals from SMC and MPTC, though
There are now visible structures in the area
It was two months ago when we last checked up on the ongoing construction of the South Luzon Expressway Toll Road 4 (SLEX-TR4). It seems a lot of progress has been made since.Based on recent drone photos shared by Pinoy
Once complete, this expressway segment will extend all the way to Lucena, Quezon
There are a few ongoing infrastructure projects that we're looking forward to seeing completed-one of which is the South Luzon Expressway Toll Road 4 (SLEX-TR4).This particular segment will connect the existing SLEX road network from Santo Tomas in
Be sure you have your tags and accounts ready before then
Off on a long drive with the family this Holy Week? If you're going to pass through Autosweep-powered expressways, take note of this important advisory.On Maundy Thursday, April 14, all Autosweep RFID Stations will only be operational from 6am
Here’s something that could help a lot of confused motorists
It's been a while since the government and tollway operators first pushed expressway users to make the switch to RFIDs. But judging by the long queues we still see at toll plazas, it appears there's still a lot of reluctance
A 60kph limit will be enforced, and modified vehicles will not be allowed entry
Right before this pandemic started, San Miguel Corporation (SMC) made the entire Skyway system a 'Class 1-only' tollway. Now, after two long years, the company is opening the elevated road network to Class 2 vehicles once again.Starting April 1, 2022,
The on-ramp has been temporarily reopened
You may have already heard the news that the southbound portion of the Skyway Extension Project is finally open to the public. Well, it seems that isn't the only change Skyway motorists should take note of this week.According to the
The first day of toll collection was riddled with heavy traffic
The first day of toll-fee collection along Skyway Stage 3 wasn't as smooth as San Miguel Corporation (SMC) would have wanted. Birthing pains were apparent, as there was significant traffic buildup in several toll plazas along the elevated expressway.Since
No trucks will be allowed entry, and no cash lanes will be open
We already know that on July 12, 2021, San Miguel Corporation (SMC) will start collecting toll fees along Skyway Stage 3. Now, though, SMC has announced that starting that date, the elevated tollway will be officially a no-truck zone as well.
The good news is that the fees will be lower, particularly for shorter routes
It's official, guys: San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has announced that it will begin collecting toll fees along Skyway Stage 3 on July 12, 2021.But it's not all sad news for us. SMC has confirmed that with the approval of
“Ang ating toll rates dapat nag-increase na noon pang 2009”
One reason San Miguel boss Ramon S. Ang is smiling nowadays is the unprecedented performance of BMW Motorrad Philippines' sales despite the pandemic. In an interview with Summit Media editors last week, Ang says he's aware of the phenomenal growth of
How soon will the policy be implemented?
Do you still remember the Toll Regulatory Board's 'three-strike policy'?The implementing rules and regulations (IRR) for the measure, which will penalize motorists who attempt to pass through RFID lanes with insufficient load in their RFID accounts, were approved on
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