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How much are the Skyway Stage 3 Toll Fees? Here is the Toll Rates Matrix.

How much are the Toll Fess Skyway Stage 3

Planning a road trip soon? If you'll be using the Skyway Stage 3, be sure to know the Toll Fees before you travel. See the toll rate matrix below!

San Miguel Corporation has announced that they will start collecting toll fees for the Skyway Stage 3 starting July 12, 2021. In a statement, SMC announced that that it will charge "lower" toll fees than the proposed toll fees. They also said that they will announce or release the Skyway Stage 3 toll fee matrix before Monday, July 12, 2021.

In my previous post, I shared the approved provisional toll fees for Skyway Stage 3. This was approved by the Toll Regulatory Board. So, for now, we could assume that the toll fees for Skyway Stage 3 starting July 12 will be "lower" than these rates.

SKYWAY STAGE 3 TOLL FEES (Approved Provisional Toll Rates)


The following provisional toll rates for the Metro Manila Skyway Stage 3 Project has been approved by the Toll Regulatory Board (TRB) last March 25, 2021:

For Class 1 Vehicles
  • Buendia to Sta. Mesa: P105.00
  • Sta Mesa to Ramon Magsaysay: P30.00
  • Ramon Magsaysay to NLEX Balintawak: P129.00
  • Buendia to NLEX Balintawak: P264.00

For Class 2 Vehicles
  • Buendia to Sta. Mesa: P210.00
  • Sta Mesa to Ramon Magsaysay: P60.00
  • Ramon Magsaysay to NLEX Balintawak: P258.00
  • Buendia to NLEX Balintawak: P528.00

For Class 3 Vehicles
  • Buendia to Sta. Mesa: P315.00
  • Sta Mesa to Ramon Magsaysay: P90.00
  • Ramon Magsaysay to NLEX Balintawak: P387.00
  • Buendia to NLEX Balintawak: P792.00


UPDATE: Skyway Stage 3 Toll Matrix


In a post by Rappler in their Facebook page, below is the toll rate matrix for Skyway Stage 3. Toll fees range from ₱105 to ₱264 for Class 1 vehicles and ₱210 to ₱528 for Class 2 vehicles.

Toll Fee Rate Matrix Skyway Stage 3

How much are the Skyway Stage 3 Toll Fees?


CLASS 1 NORTHBOUND
  • Buendia to Quirino - ₱105
  • Buendia to Plaza Azul/Nagtahan - ₱105
  • Buendia to Quezon Ave. - ₱264
  • Buendia to Sgt. Rivera/A. Bonifacio - ₱264
  • Buendia to A. Bonifacio/Balintawak - ₱264
  • Buendia to NLEX - ₱264
CLASS 2 NORTHBOUND
  • Buendia to Quirino - ₱210
  • Buendia to Plaza Azul/Nagtahan - ₱210
  • Buendia to Quezon Ave. - ₱528
  • Buendia to Sgt. Rivera/A. Bonifacio - ₱528
  • Buendia to A. Bonifacio/Balintawak - ₱528
  • Buendia to NLEX - ₱528
CLASS 1 SOUTHBOUND
  • NLEX to A. Bonifacio/Sgt. Rivera - ₱129
  • NLEX to Quezon Ave - ₱129
  • NLEX to E. Rodriguez - ₱129
  • NLEX to Plaza Azul/Nagtahan - ₱264
  • NLEX to Plaza Dilao - ₱264
  • NLEX to Buendia - ₱264
CLASS 2 SOUTHBOUND
  • NLEX to A. Bonifacio/Sgt. Rivera - ₱258
  • NLEX to Quezon Ave - ₱258
  • NLEX to E. Rodriguez - ₱258
  • NLEX to Plaza Azul/Nagtahan - ₱528
  • NLEX to Plaza Dilao - ₱528
  • NLEX to Buendia - ₱528

Notes: Class 1 are vehicles with 2 axles and up to 7 ft. in height (e.g. cars, vans, jeepneys, AUVs and SUVs). Class 2 are vehicles 2 axles and more than 7 ft. in height (e.g. passenger bus and delivery vans). Class 2 also includes vehicles with 3 or more axles (delivery vans, small trucks and class 1 vehicles with trailer).

SKYWAY STAGE 3 Entry and Exit Points


SMC, which fully-funded and built 100 percent of the Skyway Stage 3, said the expressway now has 15 operational ramps as of July 2021.

These include Northbound entry/on-ramps — Buendia (Zobel) and Quezon Avenue; Southbound entry/on ramps –Balintawak, Quezon Avenue and Plaza Dilao; Northbound exit/off ramps –Quirino Avenue, Nagtahan, Quezon Avenue, A. Bonifacio, and Balintawak; and Southbound exit/off ramps –Quezon Avenue, E. Rodriguez, Nagtahan, Quirino and Buendia (Zobel).

Frequently Asked Questions about SKYWAY STAGE 3



What is the length of Skyway Stage 3?
  • The Skyway Stage 3 is an 18.83 km-long stretch of elevated road that was built and funded by the San Miguel Corporation.

What is the speed limit on Skyway Stage 3?
  • Unlike on Skyway Stage 1 and 2, the speed limit on Skyway Stage 3 is 60 km/h. The limit is strictly enforced by radar guns.

May Cash Lane ba sa Skyway Stage 3?
  • None. But there is are reloading and RFID installation booths where you could have an Autosweep RFID installed to your car.

What RFID is used on Skyway Stage 3?
What vehicles are allowed on Skyway Stage 3?
  • Only Class 1 and 2 vehicles are allowed to use Skyway Stage 3.

What is the speed limit on Skyway Stage 3?
  • The speed limit when driving along Skyway Stage 3 is 60kph.

What is the travel time from Buendia to Balintawak when using Skyway Stage 3?
  • The estimated travel time from Buendia to Balintawak seen to be just 15 to 20 minutes, from the usual 2 hours of travel time.

Can I have Autosweep RFID installed on Skyway Stage 3?
  • Yes. You can find installation booths on Skyway Stage 3.




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6 comments :

  1. ANG MAHAL NG SINGIL. akyat ka plaza dilao 105 agad pag dating ng airport 45 bale 150 agad, balik ka 300 na wow ha. pag pasok mo coastal road 25 singil pag diretso ka cavitex doon ka labas 64 bale total lahat 239, maganda sana wala trafic ang gastos lang ubos ang budget mo. pagbalik mo another 239 thats 478 agad mababawas sa budget mo.

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    1. maganda sana kaso mahal hndi kaya everyday pasok sa woRk minimum rate, budget skyway form cvtex 25+25 =50 naia 45+45=90 going quezon ave exit 264+264 =528 total 668 toll plang +gas +food abuno ka pa daily sa sahod ok sana pero MAHAL

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  2. Ganon talaga dahil you enjoy the ride!

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  3. holdap rates lalo yung northbound quirino, 105 hahaha taenang yan. 100 proposed nila nung una nadagdagan pa 5. parang naiax exit holdap rate din.

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  4. May bayad din po ba kapag exit po? Ang pasok ko po ay sa may Bicutan (72.00) Labas po ako ng nagtahan, may bayad padin po ba ng 105 non? Salamat po.

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