Articles about SMC Tollways

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Motorists down south, take note: The southbound Alabang toll plaza will be temporarily closed beginning midnight on February 20, 2021, to make way for Skyway construction activities.San Miguel Corporation (SMC) says the closure is in line with the company's move
Specifically, the A. Bonifacio (NB) and the E. Rodriguez (SB) off-ramps
San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has just announced that two new ramps along Skyway Stage 3 have officially been opened. If you've been keeping an eye out for these, then take note.As of February 11, 2021, the A. Bonifacio northbound off-
Too many things going on at the same time
Here's where we are so far in the implementation of the Child Safety in Motor Vehicles Act: By operation of the law, Republic Act No. 11229 already took effect on February 2, 2021, but the Department of Transportation (DOTr) has stressed
The agency is still studying the rates
We're now in the second month of 2021, but it appears we still have no official word on how much the toll fees for Skyway Stage 3 will be. Well, it looks like we might have to wait a bit longer
The project should be completed within 24 months
It's all coming together now: The major tollways connecting the northern and southern parts of Metro Manila are really starting to take shape as San Miguel Corporation kicks off work on the 1.2km road that will link its recently completed
The company has waived P156 million in toll fees so far
San Miguel Corporation (SMC) is really making it a point to give back to our medical frontliners.The company previously said that the toll-free passage for frontliners along all SMC-operated expressways would be extended indefinitely. Now, it has announced that
The TRB has just revealed the proposed toll fees for the newly opened tollway
Have you tried out the newly opened Skyway Stage 3 already? If yes, then you're aware that San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has granted motorists toll-free passage through this portion of the expressway until January 29, 2021.Now, if you're
All seven lanes and seven ramps may now be used by the public
This is it, ladies and gents. At long last, the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) and San Miguel Corporation (SMC) have officially opened Skyway Stage 3. We know a lot of you have been waiting a while for this to
See how the world of motoring has fared in the first few days of 2021
There will also be temporary closures along the southernmost part of the Skyway
San Miguel Corporation (SMC) recently announced that there will be temporary closures along Skyway Stage 3 in preparation for the new expressway's official opening on January 14.The elevated tollway was initially scheduled to be closed from 10pm to 4am on
Have you gotten one yet?
Those of you who still haven't managed to get your hands on an Autosweep RFID tag will want to pay attention.SMC Tollways has announced that Autosweep RFID installation will be allowed for all car brands at select BMW dealerships until
In case you haven’t gotten your RFIDs yet
San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has had its hands full lately. After partially opening the Skyway Stage 3 to the public, the company has now announced that it is setting up to shift to 100% cashless transactions along all its tollways come January
Check out the list of opened on-ramps and off-ramps here
As many of you may probably know, the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) and San Miguel Corporation (SMC) have partially opened Skyway Stage 3 earlier today. What many of you might not know, however, is which parts of the new
The tollway operator has waived a total of over P138 million since March
At the onset of this pandemic, San Miguel Corporation (SMC) officially waived toll fees for all frontliners passing through SMC-operated expressways. The company now shares that to date, it has already waived a total of over P138 million in toll collections.
Ramon Ang addresses your concerns
Despite continuous dissemination of information from the Department of Transportation (DOTr) and tollway operators, there still seems to plenty of question marks surrounding the shift to cashless tollway transactions.Surprised by the confusion? We aren't. Remember, this is a massive change
Will this result in significant improvements?
It's starting to feel as if the longer this entire RFID fiasco continues, the messier it gets. As you may recall, Valenzuela City mayor Rex Gatchalian recently suspended the NLEX Corporation's business permit in the city as a response to
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