The Metro Manila Skyway Stage 3 will pave the way for economic productivity bridging together SLEX and NLEX, easing the flow of goods and services between the two expressways.

Meralco relocates over 2,000 electric poles to aid completion of Skyway 3

The power company continues to support the government's efforts in bringing the country closer to a brighter future.
by Meralco Power Club
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PUBLISHED JANUARY 2022
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“Pole relocation is a complex process requiring smart engineering and careful planning, while ensuring reliable service with minimal inconvenience to our customers,” Ronnie L. Aperocho, SVP and Head of Networks of Meralco said. Metro Manila Skyway Stage 3 will pave the way for economic productivity as it provides seamless connection between the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) and the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) to ease the flow of goods and services.

Meralco proves its commitment in supporting the government’s Build, Build, Build program which brings the country closer to a brighter tomorrow with the completion of the project in early 2021.

Skyway 3 is an 18-km. elevated expressway that connects the SLEX (in Buendia, Makati City) to the NLEX (in Balintawak, Quezon City), dramatically cutting travel time from Alabang to the NLEX from three hours to 30 minutes.

To know more about the Skyway Stage 3 project, you can watch this video.

The project is a joint venture between the San Miguel Corporation and the Department of Public Works and Highways, strongly supported by Meralco. In support of the government’s Build, Build, Build program, Meralco moved close to 2,000 poles in the construction area to make way for the strategic infrastructure. 

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