A week ahead of schedule
The San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has had to make some adjustments along the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) over the last couple of weeks to make way for the construction of the Skyway Extension Project. According to the previous advisory, the Alabang toll
Take a look at how much progress has been made so far
It's been a while since we last checked in on the status of the Metro Manila Skyway Stage 3 project, and it looks like a lot of progress has been made over the last several months.As we all know, the
To make way for ongoing roadworks
As mentioned in our previous story, the Skyway Extension Project has resumed construction since May 15 after two months of inactivity. However, it seems that the 60-day setback has come at a price.The San Miguel Corporation has now announced that
No adjusted date of completion has been determined yet
After two months of work stoppage, San Miguel Corporation (SMC) will resume construction of the Skyway Extension Project tomorrow, May 15, following the issuance of guidelines for construction projects by the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) for the Management of Emerging Infectious
Medical personnel need only secure a special RFID to avail of the privilege
It's never a bad idea to start the week with some good news, so we have some for you here: All healthcare workers may now enjoy toll-free passage on all major expressways in Luzon.Department of Public Works and Highways (
The list includes SMC-operated tollways SLEX, Skyway, STAR Tollway, and TPLEX
To all our hardworking frontline workers, here is some good news for you: The San Miguel Corporation, as part of its efforts to help in the fight against the COVID-19 outbreak, is waiving fees on its tollways for all healthcare workers.
Plus, updates on LTO driver’s license exam and centralized digital system
Have you driven through the expressway recently?
It seems like traffic along the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) has recently taken a turn for the worse.Motorists-especially those headed north-are now feeling the effects of the latest lane closures and new traffic schemes that have been implemented along
These will take effect starting February 14, 2020
Traveling out of the city this weekend? The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has some reminders for those who've scheduled trips over the next few days.There will be two areas-one in the north, one down south-where new traffic
Trucks and buses—including point-to-point buses—will be rerouted
Starting February 16, 2020, there will be lane closures as well as a new traffic scheme that will be implemented along the southbound portion of the Skyway. Motorists aren't the only ones expecting traffic to worsen in a few weeks, though-
The project was initially slated to open by April before the recent mishaps
The Skyway Stage 3 project was scheduled to open partially in April prior to its completion by the end of this year. But thanks to the recent fire that severely damaged a huge portion of the elevated tollway-about 300 meters, to
The lane closure will last for six weeks to make way for new roadworks
The ongoing Skyway Extension Project caused a lot of turmoil along the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) late last year. While things have improved as of late-the closed lanes have already been reopened-motorists who regularly traverse the tollway may yet again
There’s less than a year to go before the project’s target completion date
We witnessed a handful of new roads and bridges starting to take shape last year, and among them is the Skyway Stage 3. This is arguably one of the biggest-if not the biggest-of all the ongoing projects the government has
Will this be the new normal?
For the past couple of months, the dismal traffic along South Luzon Expressway (SLEX)-specifically on the northbound side-has been the subject of discussion of residents south of the metro.Here's a reprieve: San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has delivered on
Additional lanes to become accessible beginning December 1
Residents from south of Metro Manila, take note: San Miguel Corporation (SMC) president and COO Ramon Ang has reiterated that the heavy traffic along the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) is expected to ease up by December 1.The photo above shows the
Existing accounts for Easytrip, Autosweep can also be interconnected on the spot
Lately, we've heard tollway authorities apologizing for and justifying the monstrous traffic congestion caused by the never-ending construction work on their facilities. It's a bitter pill we have to swallow.But there are some efforts being undertaken by these
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