Skyway, officially the Metro Manila Skyway System (MMSWS) or Metro Manila Skyway, is an elevated highway serving as the main expressway in southern Metro Manila, Philippines, following much of the existing South Luzon Expressway's alignment by going above it. Normalized URL: Submission date: Sat Mar 17 09. Server IP address: 220.127.116.11. Country: Russian Federation. Server: nginx.
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• • • Skyway, officially the Metro Manila Skyway System ( MMSWS) or Metro Manila Skyway, is an serving as the main in southern, Philippines, following much of the existing 's alignment by going above it. It stretches from in the north to in the south and crosses through the highly urbanized areas of,,,, and, relieving SLEx and other major thoroughfares from heavy traffic. The expressway is the first fully grade-separated highway in the. It will be one of the longest flyovers in the world with a total length of 31.2 kilometers (19.4 mi) when Stage 3 is completed.
It provides access to via. With the completion of the Skyway Extension Stage 3 scheduled in 2020, the elevated expressway will connect to the in and help cut the travel time between Metro Manila and in. With the opening of the Skyway system, traffic at the South Luzon Expressway considerably improved with the additional roadway capacity, rehabilitated roads, upgraded and newly constructed facilities.
The Skyway looking south towards the NAIA Interchange From the north, the Skyway originally begins in Barangay, Makati, just south of. It rises above the and returns to its original level after crossing.
At the NAIA Expressway interchange, it descends into ground level because of structural height restrictions due to its proximity to the, paralleling SLEX and the in the – boundary. The Skyway elevates again near the Exit.
From Bicutan, at the start of the Stage 2 segment, it continuously runs above SLEX. At the Sucat Exit, the Skyway rises above the eastern end of and descends before approaching the toll plaza in Cupang, Muntinlupa.
An exit leads down to the South Luzon Expressway and an entrance ramp carries traffic vice versa. Past the toll plaza and the exit to SLEX, the Skyway narrows into one lane per direction, and curves westward before joining near South Station in. Stage 3, presently under construction, is divided into five sections. Section 1 begins at the Gil Puyat exit and runs northwards along Osmena Highway, veers right to () and ends at the Zamora flyover. Section 2 then veers right again through the private Manila Plastics Packaging plant (owned by the same Skyway concessionaire ), follows the curve of the and connects to in. At the intersection Section 3 moves further northwards along Araneta until it reaches, where Section 4 continues, veers left to Sgt. Rivera Street, turns right at the at EDSA.
Section 5 starts from there, crosses over EDSA and finally connects to the NLEX past the flyover. Stage 3 will have a total length of 14 kilometers. The Skyway System Logo from 2009-2017, still used alternatively In November 1995, investor PT CITRA entered into a Supplemental Toll Operation Agreement (STOA) with the through the (TRB) as grantor, and the Philippine National Construction Corporation (PNCC) as operator. It was the result of negotiations that began on October 31, 1994 with the organization of the Technical Working Group composed of representatives from the Board of Investments (BOI), the (DOF), AIA Capital as financial adviser, the (DPWH), the TRB, the PNCC, and the PT CITRA Group. Under the STOA, Citra Metro Manila Tollways Corporation (CMMTC as the concessionaire was formally established), was mandated to finance, design and construct stage 1 of the South Metro Manila Tollway Project, consisting of an elevated expressway from Bicutan to Gil Puyat and the rehabilitation of the at-grade portion of the South Metro Manila Tollway project. Prostoj payaljnij fen svoimi rukami. The STOA was approved by in April 1996.