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Some of our readers share their reasons
It's been nearly a year since the Department of Transportation (DOTr) initially mandated all tollways to go completely cashless. As we all know, everything didn't exactly go as planned.Frankly, it's going to be really hard to backtrack all
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
SMC begins collecting toll fees today
Have you been a Skyway Stage 3 regular since the new piece of infrastructure opened late in 2020? If so, you're probably at a crossroads now, as San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has begun collecting toll fees after letting motorists use the
The free ride was fun while it lasted
There are two main reasons why plenty of motorists have been enamored over Skyway Stage 3 since it opened towards the end of 2020. One is that it significantly cuts down the time wasted slogging through traffic to get from one point
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
Good news, guys
Good news for anyone who's sick of having to deal with the traffic traveling from Quezon City to Manila City: Skyway Stage 3's southbound Quirino exit is now open.The San Miguel Corporation (SMC) shared the update today, saying the
“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
Drives down south should be faster when this is done
Filipinos down south who have been waiting eagerly for the completion of South Luzon Expressway Tollroad-4 (SLEX-TR4) can rest easy-construction of the project continues despite pandemic restrictions and right-of-way issues.In a statement, the San Miguel Corporation (
This is what company is currently doing at its cement plant in Bulacan
After successfully turning recycled plastic into asphalt roads at its test site in Cavite, San Miguel Corporation (SMC) is now looking to build bike lanes across the country using this technology. But 'plastic roads' aren't the only things Ramon S. Ang
“So, nakabuti ba tayo?”
Infrastructure isn't just about cars. It isn't just about solving traffic and loosening Metro Manila's clogged roadways. If you ask San Miguel Corporation (SMC) boss Ramon S. Ang, the bigger picture in the country's ongoing infrastructure push is
‘He is a visionary with a lot of great ideas’
Is the Pasig River Expressway (PAREX) an exciting proposition? Yes, of course-for those of us who use cars and plan to utilize the San Miguel Corporation's (SMC) planned bus rapid transit system (BRT). For everyone else? Not as much.The
Does the metro need another toll road?
After the completion of Skyway Stage 3 (SS3), San Miguel Corporation has its eyes set on the Pasig River Expressway (PAREX), another elevated toll road that aims to decongest the major arteries of Metro Manila. But there has been a lot of
Another project to look forward to
The San Miguel Corporation (SMC) is far from finished with developing the Skyway. Its latest plan? To implement the country's first and only bus rapid transit (BTR) system on the elevated expressway.That's right. A BRT is now in SMC'
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