Articles about Skyway Extension Project

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
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 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,
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’s been a very, very long year
You've probably heard this dozens of times before already, but we'll say it again: It's been a long year. A lot of things happened throughout the course of 2020, from the beginning of January right until these last few
Steel bars fell on three vehicles and three motorcycles
The construction firms responsible for the collapse of a steel girder at the Skyway Extension Project last month have been fined a total of P380,000 a day by the Department of Labor and Employment.Confirming a report published by GMA News,
SMC expects to open the northbound portion by the end of the year
The San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has pulled out all the stops over the past several months in order to partially open the northbound portion of the Skyway Extension Project by December. Fortunately for us motorists, the company has now announced that it
It was originally scheduled to finish in July 2020
Let's start with the good news: The Skyway northbound extension project is finally nearing completion, after the San Miguel Corporation (SMC) announced it would be done by December 2020. It was originally scheduled to finish in July but, well, COVID-19
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
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