Which Skyway Stage 3 Entry, Exit Ramps are Open?

It's free for one month.
Photo/s: courtesy of San Miguel Corporation

The Skyway Stage 3, which will slash driving times from north to south of Metro Manila, opened last Dec. 29 and is free for a month, prompting many motorists to try it out and experience what it's like to live without traffic jams.

For those who are wondering how to access the Skyway Stage 3, Public Works Sec. Mark Villar has released a list of available ramps or access points, seven in total.

  • Buendia Northbound On Ramp and Southbound Off Ramp
  • Plaza Dilao Southbound On Ramp
  • Quezon Avenue Northbound and Southbound On and Off Ramp
  • Balintawak Northbound Off Ramp and Southbound On Ramp.

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By Jan. 14, SMC will formally open all 7 lanes of the 18-kilometer stretch from Buendia, Makati to NLEX. The project is the country's longest elevated expressway and is part of the "Build, Build, Build" program.

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The Skyway 1, 2, and Skyway Extension run for a total of 20 kilometers, with the Skyway 3 bumping that up to a total of 38 kilometers. The Skyway Extension project at the southern end is expected to finish construction in 2021, giving the entire Skyway a total of 36 access points from end to end.

The Skyway project is seen to slash travel time between Makati and NLEX to20 minutes, and between Alabang and NLEX to 30 minutes.

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