Articles about Skyway Extension Project

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
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
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
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
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
Do you agree with the company?
In September, traffic along the northbound side of the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) came to a near-standstill after lane closures brought about by the ongoing Skyway Extension project created a bottleneck in the Alabang area. To help motorists cope with the
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The ongoing Phase 1 of the Skyway Extension Project has been the talk of the South the past couple of weeks, largely due to the congestion the construction has caused. We're sure you've seen all the uproar on social media,
How has the Skyway Extension Project progressed so far?
Last week's heavy traffic along the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) made headlines and broke social media when thousands of motorists and commuters found themselves helplessly crawling toward Metro Manila for hours on end. The culprit was none other than the Skyway
Until then, the East Service Road will be limited to one-way northbound traffic
Remember last week's carmageddon along the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX)? If you live down south, there's even a good chance you went through it more than once in the last few days. Fortunately, we have some good news that both
It'll probably get worse before it gets better
Expressways aren't necessarily 'express' routes these days, especially in the case of the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX).If you live south of the metro and you use this thoroughfare regularly, then you understand how fast northbound traffic builds up during rush
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