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SMC, Ayala Land agree to integrate Arca South into Skyway Stage 4

On- and off-ramps will connect the Ayala-owned property to the tollway

When two industry titans collaborate, expect the project to turn out more favorably. PHOTO FROM SAN MIGUEL CORPORATION

The Skyway system is set to expand even further with the construction of Skyway Stage 4.

The San Miguel Corporation-owned expressway will span 32.66km. It aims to connect Taguig and the Batasan Complex in Quezon City.

A new deal set with Ayala Land will make access to this new expressway much easier, as the elevated tollway will be integrated into the on- and off-ramps found at Arca South in Taguig.

This integration project is expected to start in 2024, and once complete, the expressway will provide an alternate route from the south to the eastern parts of Metro Manila. Interchanges will be found on Ortigas Avenue ExtensionMarcos Highway, and the Tumana Bridge (near the Batasan Complex).

It will also make access to Taguig Integrated Terminal Exchange (Taguig-ITX), North-South Commuter Railway, and the Metro Manila Subway more convenient.

Sam Surla

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