METRO MANILA SKYWAY STAGE 3 (MMSS-3)

Project Description: 

The Metro Manila Skyway Stage 3 Project (MMSS3) is an elevated expressway from Buendia, Makati City to the North Luzon Expressway in Balintawak, Quezon City with a length of about 18.83 kilometers. 2x3 lanes from Buendia to Sgt. Rivera corner A. Bonifacio, Quezon City, 2x2 lanes from Sgt. Rivera corner A. Bonifacio to NLEX Balintawak, Quezon City and 2x3 lanes elevated roadway structure that will connect to the NLEX-SLEX Connector Road Project in the vicinity of PUP.

 In order to facilitate the completion of MMSS-3 Project, the construction implementation shall be five (5) sections as follows:

 

SECTION

LENGTH km.

Section 1:   Buendia, Makati -  Quirino Avenue - Nagtahan

3.76

Section 2:   Nagtahan – Aurora Blvd./Ramon Magsaysay Avenue

6.01

Section 2A:   Nagtahan - Tomas Claudio

2.08

Section 2A’: Tomas Claudio - PUP, Sta. Mesa

Section 2B:  Tomas Claudio – Ramon Magsaysay Ave(San Juan River)

3.93

Section 3:   Ramon Magsaysay Avenue – Quezon Avenue

2.71

Section 4:   Quezon Avenue – Balintawak, Quezon City

4.46

Section 5:     Balintawak, Quezon City – NLEX Footbridge

1.89

Project Objectives: 

This project aims to:

  • connect the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) and North Luzon Expressway (NLEX).
  • decongest traffic in Metro Manila especially C4 (EDSA), C5 (CP Garcia) and Central Metro Manila.
  • complete Metro Manila Skyway System from Alabang to Balintawak as part of the approved agreement by the Philippine Government and the Business Joint Venture Agreement (BJVA) between Citra Lamtoro Gung Persada (CLP) and the Philippine National Construction Company (PNCC).
Project Benefits: 

At the end of construction, the project is expected to:

  • decongest EDSA and other major roads (Quezon Ave., Araneta Ave., Nagtahan, Quirino Ave., etc.) by as much as 55,000 vehicles daily
  • reduce travel time from Buendia to Balintawak from 2 hours to just 15 to 20 minutes.
  • provide direct employment of around 6,000 jobs during construction plus indirect jobs of around 10,000-12,000.
Project Concessionaire: 

Project Proponent:

CITRA Central Expressway Corporation (CCEC)

Project Cost: 
  • Original: Php 37.43 B
  • Revised: Php 44.86 B [excluding contingency due to the Section 2 realignment along San Juan River and the connection in NLEX (Section 5) and other design change]
Project Status: 

  • ·         N. Domingo Bridge also known as Pinaglabanan Bridge (Old Sta. Mesa Bridge) opened to the public on March 11, 2020

    ·         Sevilla Bridge opened to the public on August 17, 2020

    ·         Quirino South Bound On Ramp (beginning at Concordia straight to Buendia, Skyway Stage 1) was completed and opened to traffic on July 22, 2019

    ·         Quirino North Bound East Off Ramp (along Osmeña Highway and terminate before Quirino Ave.) was completed and opened to traffic on December 23, 2019

    ·         Work stoppage from March 16, 2020 to May 15, 2020 due to ECQ in Luzon

    ·         Concreting works for the entire main viaduct slabs including the reconstruction of fire affected structures in Sec. 2B was completed on October 11, 2020

    ·         Ongoing construction of Section 1 Buendia-Quirino-Nagtahan, 91.08% accomplishment

    ·         Ongoing construction of Section 2A Nagtahan-Tomas Claudio, 93.96% accomplishment

    ·         Construction of Section 2A’ Tomas Claudio – PUP Sta. Mesa, 0% accomplishment

    ·         Ongoing construction of Section 2B Tomas Claudio-Ramon Magsaysay Avenue, 94.77% accomplishment

    ·         Ongoing construction of Section 3 Ramon Magsaysay to Quezon Ave., 97.35% accomplishment

    ·         Ongoing construction of Section 4 Quezon Avenue – Balintawak, Q.C., 78.28% accomplishment

    ·         Ongoing construction of Section 5 Balintawak, Q.C. – NLEX Footbridge, 92.70% accomplishment

    ·         Overall construction accomplishment 92.17% (excluding Section 2A’)

    ·         Construction of ramps accomplishment 50.35% (4 ramps completed, 19 ramps ongoing construction, 6 ramps under planning – total: 29 ramps)

    ·         Ramps completed:

    1.    RN1 – Northbound On-Ramp Buendia (Open to traffic)

    2.    RS1 – Southbound Off-Ramp Buendia (Open to traffic)

    3.    RN2’ – Northbound Off-Ramp Osmeña~Quirino (Open to traffic)

    4.    RS3” – Southbound On-Ramp Plaza Dilao (Open to traffic)

    ·         Ramps ongoing construction:

    1.    RN2 – Northbound On-Ramp Quirino

    2.    RS3 – Southbound Off-Ramp Plaza Dilao

    3.    RS3’ – Southbound Off-Ramp United Nations

    4.    RN3 – Northbound Off-Ramp Nagtahan

    5.    RN3-1 – Northbound On-Ramp Nagtahan

    6.    RS3-1 – Southbound Off-Ramp Nagtahan

    7.    RN5 – Northbound On-Ramp Araneta

    8.    RS5 – Southbound Off-Ramp Araneta

    9.    RN6 – Northbound Off-Ramp Quezon Ave.

    10.RS6 – Southbound Off-Ramp Quezon Ave.

    11.RN7 – Northbound On-Ramp Talayan~Quezon Ave.

    12.RS7 – Southbound Off-Ramp Talayan~Quezon Ave. (completed except asphalt overlay)

    13.RN8 – Northbound Off-Ramp to C3

    14.RS8 – Southbound On-Ramp from C3

    15.RS8-1 – Southbound Off-Ramp to C3

    16.RS9 – Southbound On-Ramp Balintawak/Ayala (with utilities obstruction)

    17.RN9 – Northbound Off-Ramp Balintawak/Ayala (with utilities obstruction)

    18.RN10 – Northbound Off-Ramp NLEX

    19.RS10 – Southbound On-Ramp NLEX

    ·         Ramps under planning:

    1.    RS2 – Southbound On-Ramp Quirino~Osmeña

    2.    RN2” – Northbound Off-Ramp Osmeña~Roxas Blvd.

    3.    RN4 – Northbound On-Ramp Pandacan

    4.    RS4 – Southbound Off-Ramp Pandacan

    5.    RN4’ – Northbound Off-Ramp Valenzuela St.

    6.    RS4’ – Southbound Off-Ramp Valenzuela St.

    ·         Overall Right-of-Way accomplishment (Site Possession) 95%(excluding Section 2A’), 231 out of 350 lots to be acquired with Permit to Enter

Project Alignment: 
Project Timeline: 
  • TARGET COMPLETION
  • Mainline from Buendia to Balintawak – Dec. 2020
  • Ramps – December 2020