We conduct an experiment to find out
To toll, or not to toll. That is the question. If we're going by some people's theories on social media, the answer might be the former-at least if you're hoping to save money when it comes to fuel
*shrug emoji*
President Rodrigo Duterte delivered his final State of the Nation Address earlier today. During his speech, he discussed the transport and infrastructure projects that the administration has taken to improve commuting and travel within Metro Manila.Here's a summary:"We have
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
Heads up
Are you liking the absence of Metro Manila's number coding scheme during the COVID-19 pandemic? Well, enjoy it while it lasts, because it might only be a matter of time before it returns.In a recent radio interview with ABS-
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
Motorists can now access Sta. Mesa in Manila via the elevated tollway
The Skyway Stage 3 is almost fully operational-San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has now opened additional ramps along the elevated tollway.Starting today, April 22, motorists can access Santa Mesa in Manila via the newly opened Nagtahan northbound and southbound off-ramps."
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 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
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