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Passage through this 4km northbound segment is free until further notice
Here it is, ladies and gents. After a few major delays, San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has officially opened the northbound section of the Skyway Extension Project.A few weeks ago, SMC shared that the elevated tollway was already structurally complete, and now
Will SMC start collecting toll fees soon?
On Monday, March 29, the authorities and concessionaires of Skyway Stage 3 tested its electronic toll collection system ahead of launch, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) said.According to the DOTr, the test covered the inventory and maintenance of the toll collection
SMC may not begin toll collection yet, though
It looks like our days of free passage on Skyway Stage 3 will soon come to an end.The Toll Regulatory Board (TRB) has given provisional approval to the toll fees proposed by San Miguel Corporation (SMC) for the elevated expressway. The
The southbound portion, meanwhile, is now 52.31% complete
Good news, folks-we're one step closer to seeing the Skyway Extension Project operational.San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has just announced that the northbound portion of the elevated expressway is now structurally complete. This will surely come as good news to
The company’s losses are piling up, but the elevated tollway will remain open
Got caught up in the middle of the brouhaha surrounding the Skyway Stage 3 closure? Don't worry, if you found yourself confused amid all the reports, then you're not alone.In case you missed the happenings this morning, here's
A simple case of miscommunication?
Late last night, the San Miguel Corporation (SMC) announced that it would be closing down Skyway Stage 3 beginning 5pm today. Supposedly, this move came following a directive from the Toll Regulatory Board (TRB) ordering a halt to the expressway's operations
Starting 5pm today
Well, it was fun while it lasted.The San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has announced the indefinite closure of Skyway Stage 3 beginning 5pm today. This comes following a directive from the Toll Regulatory Board (TRB) instructing the operator to close the newly-
The southbound portion, meanwhile, is scheduled to be completed in September
Another major tollway project is set for completion in the coming months, and motorists-especially those from south of the metro-should be excited.The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) recently conducted an inspection of the ongoing Skyway Extension Project,
That number is expected to grow
It looks like plenty of motorists down south are buying into the shift from cash to RFID tags.According to the San Miguel Corporation (SMC), the number of vehicles equipped with Autosweep RFIDs now totals 2.7 million. For reference, the operator
Current completion progress stands at 54%
Those of you looking forward to commuting via the MRT-7 still have a long wait ahead of you. In a statement, the San Miguel Corporation (SMC) shared that the privately funded infrastructure project is set to open in December 2022. While
Heads up
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
It will soon extend to new sectors of its Tullahan-Tinajeros river system cleanup
Flooding has long been a problem in Metro Manila. Sad to say, with or without typhoons, submerged streets are regular sightings around the capital.Hopefully, though, with some help from San Miguel Corporation (SMC), things will eventually change. The company has been
It’s now only a matter of when the TRB starts implementing the new policy
The Toll Regulatory Board (TRB) recently revealed that it is currently studying a new three-strike policy to penalize RFID users who try to pass through tollways with insufficient balances in their Autosweep or Easytrip accounts.Under this new system, motorists will
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
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