Safe travels, everyone
It's that time of the year again: As in previous years, San Miguel Corporation is waiving toll fees and granting temporary free access to the tollways under its management on Christmas and New Year. After everything 2020 has thrown our way,
The tollway operator has waived a total of over P138 million since March
At the onset of this pandemic, San Miguel Corporation (SMC) officially waived toll fees for all frontliners passing through SMC-operated expressways. The company now shares that to date, it has already waived a total of over P138 million in toll collections.
Motorists aren’t happy
Well, here we are, December 1, 2020. If the date holds no meaning to you, then you either don't own a motor vehicle or probably haven't been paying attention to all the RFID drama the past few weeks.Today marks
Part of the project’s P740-B budget
It looks like getting to the Bulacan International Airport, also known as the New Manila International Airport (NMIA), isn't going to be a problem despite its distance from the nation's capital.The San Miguel Corporation, which is responsible for the
Less than a month before tollways go completely cashless
We've officially entered November, which also means we're now less than a month away before tollways go completely cashless. And if we're being honest, things have been a bit messy over the past few weeks.Right now, it seems
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
*Well, sort of...
We've seen a lot of interesting stuff make their way onto the major expressways, like that small scooter that managed to get in to the Cavite-Manila Expressway a while back, as well as that stranded kitten along the South Luzon
Here’s a full guide
We only have a few weeks to go before major expressways completely shift to cashless transactions under the orders of the Department of Transportation. If you haven't gotten ahold of RFIDs for your cars yet by now, you might want to
Have you had one installed yet?
If you haven't had an RFID sticker installed and live near Alabang, you're in luck. RSA Motors Alabang will become a pop-up Autosweep RFID installation site this Sunday, giving you a convenient way to get your car tollway-ready
Not all heroes wear capes
These days, erring motorcyclists (aka kamote riders) are all over the Internet. These people give riders a bad name, and it's unbelievable how much content starring these troublemakers go viral on a daily basis.But not all riders are like this-
Heads up, motorists
We reported the other day that the Department of Transportation (DOTr) will soon be requiring all major expressways to implement a completely cashless payment system in response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. This will be implemented under Department Order (DO) No. 2020-
The initial segments of both toll roads will take around 24 months to complete
San Miguel Holdings Corporation (SMHC) is in talks with the government to build two new road projects seen to ease traffic both within and outside Metro Manila, according to the Department of Transportation. The project, first reported on Business World and later
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
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