Toll Regulatory Board Philippine National Construction Corporation (PNCC)
The Metro Manila Skyway (MMS) Stage 3 Project is an elevated expressway from Buendia, Makati City to the North Luzon Expressway in Balintawak, Quezon City with a length of about 18.30 kilometers. 2×3 lanes from Buendia to Sgt. Rivera corner A. Bonifacio, Quezon City, 2×2 lanes from Sgt. Rivera corner A. Bonifacio to NLEX Balintawak, Quezon City and 2×3 lanes elevated roadway structure that will connect to the NLEX-SLEX Connector Road Project in the vicinity of PUP.
The project road shall consist of the following Sections:
Section 2: Nagtahan – Aurora Blvd./Ramon Magsaysay Avenue, 6.19 km
Section 2A: Nagtahan – Tomas Claudio, 0.96 km
Section 2A’: Tomas Claudio – PUP Sta. Mesa, 1.30 km
Section 2B: Tomas Claudio – Ramon Magsaysay Avenue (San Juan River), 3.93 km
Section 3: Ramon Magsaysay – Quezon Avenue, 2.71 km
Section 4: Quezon Avenue – Balintawak, Quezon Avenue 4.46 km
Section 5: Balintawak, Quezon City – NLEX Footbridge, 1.56 km
The project is a component of the Supplemental Toll Operation Agreement (STOA) entered into by and among the Republic of the Philippines, through Toll Regulatory Board (TRB), CITRA, and the Philippine National Construction Corporation (PNCC) in relation to the Business and Joint Venture Agreement covering the project.
Php 37.43 Billion
Supplemental Toll Operation Agreement
NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION
Citra Central Expressway Corporation (CCEC)
90.66% complete as of July 25, 2021 based on the latest As-Built quantities.. On/off ramps is 68.64% complete, as of July 25, 2021.
The main trunkline, Buendia to Balintawak, was opened to traffic on December 29, 2020.
The replacement of N. Domingo Bridge was completed on March 10, 2020.The replacement of Sevilla Bridge was completed on July 18, 2020.Portion of the Skyway Stage 3, Buendia to Paco, was partially opened on July 22, 2019.Quirino North Bound East Off-Ramp (Along Osmena Highway and terminate before Quirino Ave.) was completed and opened to traffic on December 23, 2019. Construction activities resumed on May 16, 2020 in compliace with DPWH DO Nos. 35 and 39, series of 2020.