- A new four (4)-lane toll road from Sto. Tomas, Batangas to Tayabas/Lucena City in Quezon, 66.74 km. long
- The revised alignment is divided into six (6) packages as follows:
Package A: Santo Tomas, Batangas to Makban, Laguna
Package B: Makban, Laguna to San Pablo, Laguna
Package C: San Pablo, Laguna to Tiaong, Quezon
Package D: Tiaong, Quezon to Candelaria, Quezon
Package E: Candelaria, Quezon to Tayabas, Quezon
Package F: Tayabas, Quezon to Brgy. Mayao, Lucena, Quezon*
*Proposed TR4 Extension
This project aims to:
- improve the transport of goods and services from the Southern Provinces to Manila and vice versa.
- shorten travel time, decongest, and reduce the volume of traffic plying the Pan Philippine Highway.
- enhance the economic efficiency of the existing South Luzon Expressway (SLEX), allowing to meet the increasing demand of traffic volumes due to the rapid growth of population, urbanization, and economic development of Quezon Province and adjoining provinces.
At the end of construction, the project is expected to:
- efficiently move people, products/goods and services to and from Laguna, Batangas, Quezon, and Bicol Region.
- reduce travel time along the 58-kilometer stretch between Sto. Tomas and Lucena from 4 hours to 1 hour.
- provide the motorists with safer and more convenient travel on modern tollway facilities like well-lit toll plazas, fiber optics, and CCTV cameras, among others.
South Luzon Tollways Corporation (SLTC)
- P 13.10 Billion (subject to adjustment due to additional section, Package TR4F)
· Groundbreaking held on March 26, 2019 at Tiaong, Quezon.
· Final Engineering Design (FED) Drawings for Packages TR4A to TR4E approved by TRB
· Ongoing Right-of-Way Acquisition by DPWH including GFI Appraisal for the affected lots
· Preparatory Survey Works ongoing.
· Ongoing clearing and grubbing at Sta. 87+000 within the property of Escudero in Tiaong, Quezon
· Ongoing setting out of bored pile location and staking of centerline of the main alignment and ramps at Tiaong Interchange
· Cross sectional survey of the natural ground level of the main alignment for Sections TR4A and TR4B is 80% complete, Sections TR4C and TR4E 14% complete