South Luzon Expressway
Pres. Sergio Osmeña Sr. Highway
Dr. Jose P. Rizal Highway
Map of expressways in Luzon, with the South Luzon Expressway in red
|Part of AH26|
|Maintained by Skyway Operations and Maintenance Corporation (Metro Manila Skyway) and Manila Toll Expressway Systems, Inc. (South Luzon Tollway/ACTEX|
|Length:||51 km (32 mi)|
|Restrictions:||No motorcycles below 400cc past Nichols Interchange (southbound).|
|North end:||C-2 President Quirino Avenue in Paco, Manila|
|South end:||Southern Tagalog Arterial Road in Santo Tomas, Batangas|
|Major cities:||Manila, Makati, Pasay, Taguig, Parañaque, Muntinlupa, Biñan, Santa Rosa, Cabuyao, Calamba, San Pedro|
|Towns:||Carmona, Santo Tomas|
|Highways in the Philippines|
The South Luzon Expressway (SLE or SLEx), formerly known as the South Superhighway (SSH), Manila South Diversion Road (MSDR), and Manila South Expressway (MSEX), is a network of two expressways that connects Metro Manila to the provinces of the CALABARZON region in the Philippines. The first expressway is the Metro Manila Skyway System, operated jointly by the Skyway Operation and Management Corporation (SomCo) and Citra Metro Manila Tollways Corporation (CMMTC). The second expressway, the South Luzon Tollway or Alabang-Calamba-Sto. Tomas Expressway (ACTEX), is jointly operated by the South Luzon Tollway Corporation, a joint venture of the PNCC and the SMC-backed Citra group of Indonesia (the group where MTD Capital Berhad, the original partner, sold their shares) via the Manila Toll Expressway Systems, Inc. (MATES).
The expressway is a component of Radial Road 3 (R-3) of Manila's arterial road network, and is designated as Expressway 2 (E2) of the Pan-Philippine Highway network (AH26). It starts in Manila's Paco District at President Elpidio Quirino Avenue and passes through the following cities and municipalities: Manila, Makati, Pasay, Parañaque, Taguig and Muntinlupa in Metro Manila, San Pedro and Biñan in Laguna, Carmona in Cavite, then transverses again to Biñan, Santa Rosa, Cabuyao and Calamba in Laguna and ends in Santo Tomas in Batangas. Most of the part of the expressway is part of the Pan-Philippine Highway/AH26 from Magallanes Interchange onto Calamba Exit (Exit 50).
In 2006, the South Luzon Tollway segment underwent rehabilitation through the SLEX Upgrading and Rehabilitation Project, which rehabilitates and expands the Alabang Viaduct as well as the road from Alabang to Calamba, and eventually connect the expressway to the Southern Tagalog Arterial Road to Santo Tomas, Batangas.
- 1 Route description
- 2 History
- 3 SLEX Redevelopment
- 4 More SLEX Future developments
- 5 Technical specifications
- 6 Exits and intersections
- 7 See also
- 8 References
- 9 External links
The South Luzon Expressway network currently cuts southwards from the City of Manila up to the provinces of Laguna, Cavite, Batangas. In the future, it will run towards Quezon, Camarines Sur, Albay and Sorsogon as part of its expansion plans. It is composed of the Metro Manila Skyway System and the South Luzon Tollway/Alabang-Calamba-Santo Tomas Expressway, which contains portions of the Pres. Sergio Osmeña Sr. Highway and Dr. Jose P. Rizal Highway.
Pres. Sergio Osmeña Sr. Highway
The Pres. Sergio Osmeña Sr. Highway segment starts from an intersection at Quirino Avenue in Paco, Manila and goes straight up to Alabang in Muntinlupa. The part of Osmeña Highway which passes through Manila, Makati, and Pasay is a toll-free highway before reaching the Nichols Toll Plaza from which the tolled expressway begins. Heading southward, the expressway has exits in Merville Subdivision and Bicutan in Parañaque, and Sucat, Alabang, and Filinvest in Muntinlupa. This segment was formerly known as South Superhighway before Republic Act 6760 was passed, naming it after former President Sergio Osmeña. This highway may be called "local lanes" of the Expressway within Metro Manila. Most of Osmeña Highway parallels the PNR Metro South Commuter Line.
Osmeña Highway starts at the traffic light with Quirino Avenue. It then crosses San Andres Street, Ocampo (Vito Cruz) Street, and Zobel Roxas Street. The highway climbs over to pass above Gil Puyat Avenue through the Buendia Flyover, with service roads to serve that avenue and several side streets. The Skyway starts on the ramps past Buendia Flyover. Osmeña Highway crosses over Arnaiz Avenue, and soon crosses over EDSA at the Magallanes Interchange. The concurrency with the Pan-Philippine Highway starts at that interchange, except that it is not signed until the expressway reaches Carmona. Past Magallanes Interchange, he highway features 5 lanes, with 1 lane designated as motorcycle lanes until it comes near Nichols Interchange, where the toll road starts. Osmeña Highway becomes a toll road past Nichols Interchange, with motorcycles below 400cc prohibited to use the tolled expressway.
Past Nichols Interchange, Osmeña Highway becomes the tolled South Luzon Expressway. The expressway includes two service roads until Alabang Exit. The PNR Metro South Commuter Line runs between the South Luzon Expressway and Skyway until it passes over C-5 Exit. The expressway and its service roads run through the Pasay-Taguig boundary until it reaches C-5 Exit. Past C-5 Exit, Skyway runs over South Luzon Expressway up to Alabang. South Luzon Expressway slightly curves and passes over Bicutan, running as a straight route with the Skyway above until it reaches Alabang Exit and Alabang Viaduct. The expressways mostly runs through the Parañaque-Taguig boundary until it comes near Sucat, where it crosses Dr. Santos Avenue. South Luzon Expressway and Skyway enters Muntinlupa, passing over barangays Sucat, Buli, and Cupang, before approaching Alabang. Skyway soon leaves, curves westward, and descends toward Alabang-Zapote Road, while South Luzon Expressway climbs over the Maharlika Highway (National Road or Manila South Road) through the Alabang Viaduct, before it descends and becomes the Alabang-Calamba-Santo Tomas Expressway (ACTEx) or South Luzon Tollway (SLT).
Metro Manila Skyway
Due to increasing vehicles congesting on the SLEX within Metro Manila, the Metro Manila Skyway was constructed as a direct, non-stop route from Alabang–Zapote Road in Muntinlupa to Gil Puyat Avenue in Makati, bypassing many of the interchanges of the SLEX, such as those with C-5 Road near Fort Bonifacio and EDSA. The Skyway and the portion of the Osmeña Highway below forms the Skyway System, which is managed by the Skyway Operations and Maintenance Corporation (SOMCo.), which succeeded the PNCC Skyway Corporation in 2007. This highway might be called "express lanes" of the Expressway within Metro Manila.
Dr. Jose P. Rizal Highway
From Kilometer 28.387 at San Pedro, Laguna southwards, the Dr. Jose P. Rizal Highway segment runs through the province of Laguna, as well as a segment of Carmona at Cavite province before continuing back to Laguna from Biñan towards the exit at Calamba through the Maharlika Highway. The highway was also part of the Osmeña Highway until 1992 when R.A. 6760 was amended, which named the segment after the Philippines' national hero, Dr. Jose Rizal. The road starting from Alabang Viaduct in Muntinlupa up to Santo Tomas, Batangas forms the South Luzon Tollway, handled by the South Luzon Tollway Corporation, a joint venture of the Philippine National Construction Corporation and the SMC-backed Citra group of Indonesia.
South Luzon Tollway/Alabang-Calamba-Santo Tomas Expressway
Called as the SLT or ACTEx as the new alternate name for the part of the R-3 held by South Luzon Tollway Corporation The ACTEx name refers to the segment of SLEX from Alabang Exit in Muntinlupa City up to Santo Tomas Exit in Santo Tomas, Batangas.
South Luzon Tollway/ACTEX start past Filinvest Exit (Exit 23), with 2 to 4 lanes per direction and mostly paralleling the four-lane Maharlika Highway (National Highway, National Road or officially Manila South Road/MSR) over Muntinlupa and northwestern Laguna. The road slightly curves over barangays Bayanan and Putatan on Muntinlupa. The expressway's first service area, Tollway Plaza, having a Shell gas station and several restaurants such as Jollibee, KFC, Greenwich, Burger King, and others, is also located on this segment. Past that service area, South Luzon Expressway mostly follows a straight course, passing the interchange serving the newly opened Muntinlupa–Cavite Expressway, the Maharlika Highway, and barangays Poblacion and Tunasan in Muntinlupa.
It soon enters Laguna at San Pedro, continuing as a straight roadway lined with billboards and passing through the city's residential and industrial areas before curving and ascending past the Petron and Caltex service areas to clear Pacita Avenue and the disused spur of the PNR South Main Line. South Luzon Expressway soon enters Biñan, passing near Southwoods, Barangay San Francisco (Halang), and Splash Island, before entering Carmona, Cavite. It passes through Carmona in about one kilometer, with an exit to serve the town proper, before re-entering Biñan at Santo Tomas Bridge. The first reassurance marker for AH26 is found on this segment. Returning to Binan, the road runs straight over Barangay Santo Tomas (Calabuso), and enters Barangay Mamplasan, with an exit to serve Laguna International Industrial Park, and several residential communities such as Brentville and Jubilation. A Caltex service is found on the southbound expressway over Mamplasan. It soon enters Santa Rosa, Laguna on a straight route, mostly lined with tress. It intersects Santa Rosa-Tagaytay Road to Santa Rosa city proper and Tagaytay through a partial cloverleaf interchange. South Luzon Expressway reduces into 3 lanes, having guard rails as the median divider. The road passes near Enchanted Kingdom and ETON City, which is within the limits of barangay Don Jose, Santa Rosa, Laguna. A Total service area can be found on the northbound lanes of the expressway.
South Luzon Expressway enters Cabuyao, passing near Malayan Colleges Laguna (formerly the location of the warehouses owned by the defunct Uniwide Sales Inc.) and Santa Elena Golf and Country Club. It crosses the San Cristobal River and enters Calamba, being on a straight route until Batangas/Calamba Exit. The road approaches the Calamba toll plaza, widening to 18 lanes (including the lanes on the second southbound toll plaza and the northbound lanes), before returning to 3 lanes per direction. It passes through barangays Mayapa, Batino and Prinza before approaching Batangas/Calamba Exit. At Batangas Exit (exit 50), AH26 leaves the expressway and follows again the Maharlika Highway/Manila South Road. Calamba Exit was the former terminus of the South Luzon Expressway from 1976 to 2010, when the expressway is extended to connect with STAR Tollway and bypass the congested Pan-Philippine Highway/Maharlika Highway over Turbina.
Past Calamba Exit, the expressway narrows to 2 lanes per direction, with no exits. South Luzon Expressway, also called the Alabang-Calamba-Santo Tomas Expressway, follows a curved route paralleling the Pan-Philippine Highway (Maharlika Highway or Manila South Road) from Calamba to Santo Tomas, Batangas. It approaches the Ayala Greenfield toll plaza, continues over barangay Saimsim, and then enters Batangas on Siam-siam Bridge. The expressway curves before it ends at kilometer 57.2, continuing toward Batangas City as the STAR Tollway..
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President Ferdinand Marcos envisioned a better transportation plan for expanding Metro Manila, which included three controlled access highways, namely the North Diversion Road (present North Luzon Expressway), South Superhighway, and Coastal Road (present Manila-Cavite Expressway).
South Luzon Expressway is originally built during the Marcos era as South Diversion Road as newer roads used to travel from and to Manila.  South Diversion Road is referred to as the Makati and Taguig segments.
Extension to Calamba
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Rehabilitation and opening of connection with STAR Tollway
Before rehabilitation work starting in 2006, South Luzon Expressway is mostly an expressway with a grass median, and 2 lanes per direction from Alabang to Calamba. Rehabilitation work started in 2006, with heavy traffic brought by construction work. Alabang Viaduct is widened to 4 lanes, and the construction of Skyway Stage 2 caused traffic on the Nichols-Alabang segment. Rehabilitation work is finished in 2009, and the Alabang-Calamba segment is expanded to 3 to 4 lanes.
On 2010, an extension of the expressway, named Alabang-Calamba-Santo Tomas Expressway or ACTEx is opened, eventually connecting South Luzon Expressway with STAR Tollway.
The SLEX Upgrading and Rehabilitation Project already started since May 2006 by PNCC and MTD Capital, BHD of Malaysia (MTD Manila Expressway Corporation) joint venture, called South Luzon Tollway Corporation (SLTC), as the main proponents of the said project. In this project, the expressway will undergo a major rehabilitation similar to the recently - rehabilitated North Luzon Expressway and will eventually connect with its Batangas section, the Southern Tagalog Arterial Road, also known as the STAR Tollway. The expressway project includes the following:
Toll Road 1
The Toll road 1 or TR1 is the retrofitting and widening of the old Alabang Viaduct.
STATUS: 100% completed (including the drainage system and installing of lamp posts).
Toll Road 2
The Toll road 2 or TR2 is the rehabilitation and widening of the Alabang-Calamba segment.
STATUS: 100% completed (including the new asphalt overlay along the expressway segment, retrofitting and construction of new bridges, installing lamp posts near tollway exits, drainage and flood control system especially in the San Pedro area, renovation of tollway signage and adding Variable message signs near Susana Heights and Sta. Rosa, replacement of new modern Tollbooths in every exit and a facelift of every highway overpass).
Toll Road 3
The Toll road 3 or TR3 is the construction of the missing tollway link (Calamba-Santo Tomas segment). The SLEx-STAR link is a 7.3 kilometer toll road from South Luzon Expressway in Calamba, Laguna to STAR Tollway in Santo Tomas, Batangas.
STATUS: 100% completed (including the drainage system and installing of lamp posts).
Toll Road 4
The Toll Road 4 or TR4 is a proposed 55.87 kilometer 4 lane SLEX Extension to Lucena in Quezon province. It will move to Matnog, Sorsogon in preparation of the completion of Toll Road 5.
STATUS: Construction will start in the first quarter of 2016 and is expected to be completed in 2019.
Toll Road 5
The Toll Road 5 or TR5 is a proposed 408 kilometer 4 lane SLEX Extension to Matnog in Sorsogon province.
STATUS: As of 2015, this extension is being discussed by Albay Gov. Joey Salceda, Toll Regulatory Board chairman Edmund Reyes, San Miguel Corporation and Ramon Ang.
- The newly built southbound portion of the Alabang Viaduct has been opened in mid-June 2008 and the northbound portion of the Alabang Viaduct was opened in November 2008, which is ahead of the original completion date of December 2008. The old lane has been demolished to give a way for constructing a new northbound portion and all of Alabang Viaduct is now fully operational.
- Widening of the tollway from Calamba Exit to Alabang Exit including bridges and road upgrading and improvement of the SLEX's facilities is complete. It is also adding up additional overpasses from the Skyway System to the NAIA Espressway to accommodate the opening of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 and has also linked STAR Tollway to SLEX.
- The NAIA Expressway Phase I connecting the South Luzon Expressway and Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 has been completed, which was announced by the Public Works Department on February 12, 2009. Construction of the road started in October 2003. Phase II is currently under construction.
- Now the rehabilitation project is complete, it is said that the expressway will have qualities similar to that of a modern Malaysian expressway. Also, the driving time from Manila to the Port of Batangas in Batangas City is reduced from four hours to roughly one and a half hours.
- The SLEX extension TR3 or SLEX-STAR connection physically finished its extension project since October 2010 and is operational since December 15, 2010 or two months after the toll road was physically constructed due to toll hike issues. The extension runs from Calamba exit to Sto. Tomas Exit which connects it to the STAR Tollway. At the same time, the first portion of the Skyway Stage 2 project which was running from Bicutan to Sucat was opened to the public. Skyway Stage 2 is already completed. Stage 3 is under construction
More SLEX Future developments
Skyway Stage 3 / NLEx-SLEx Connector Road / Segment 11
Two proposals for connecting the SLEx with the North Luzon Expressway (NLEx) have been under consideration by the government since 2010. According to DPWH Secretary Rogelio Singson both proposals would likely be pushed through, as the proposals can co-exist as the projects service two different corridors of the metro. On May 23, 2012, both companies presented their proposals to President Benigno S. Aquino III. The administration then announced through Communications Secretary Ricky Carandang that they hoped both companies could be given formal awarding and final approval by the end of the year, so that they could begin "by the end of this year or early next year.". Construction began in the First Quarter of 2015.
Dubbed as the "Skyway Stage 3", the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) had received an unsolicited proposal for the construction of the elevated toll road Skyway’s extension from San Miguel Corp. backed Citra Metro Manila Tollways Corp. (CMMTC) which according to their proposal will run from Bicutan, Taguig to Balintawak, Quezon City.
The DPWH plans to include the project in its PPP thrust and plans to subject the proposal to a Swiss Challenge, Public Works Undersecretary Romeo S. Momo said in a telephone interview on Friday. A Swiss challenge requires a government agency which has received an unsolicited bid for a project to publish the bid and invite third parties to match or exceed it.
As of November 29, 2013, the ₱26.6 billion "Skyway Stage 3 Project" is undergoing a review of the detailed engineering design by the IC.
Construction began in the First Quarter of 2015.
Meanwhile, a year before the CMMTC proposal was unveiled NLEX concessionaire subsidiary Metro Pacific Tollway Development Corporation (MPTDC) through its Manila North Tollways Corporation (MNTC) submitted their proposal which is dubbed as "Segment 11 or the NLEx-SLEx Connector Road" in the NLEx Phase 2 project which involves the construction of a 13.24 kilometer Elevated Expressway from Buendia (Skyway Stage 1) to the C-3 Road which will connect to the NLEx via Segment 10 of the NLEx Phase 2 project in which most of the elevated roadway will be located above the Philippine National Railways Right-Of-Way.
As of November 29, 2013, the "NLEx-SLEx Connector Road" project worth an estimated ₱21.2 billion was approved as a Joint Venture Project under Presidential Decree 1894 according to the PPP Center of the Philippines.
SLEX Extension to Lucena
The then-President Gloria Arroyo said the South Luzon Expressway will be extended to Lucena from Laguna as part of the Urban Luzon Beltway super region. The total length of the extension will be 55.87 kilometers. The extension will be built through a ₱10 billion build-operate-transfer agreement with Manila Toll Expressway Systems Inc., a company owned 40 percent by Philippine National Construction Corp. The rest is shared equally by the local firm Alloy Manila Expressway Inc. and the SMC-backed Citra Group of Indonesia which bought the shares formerly owned by the MTD Capital Berhad of Malaysia. As of 2015, the construction of the extension is planned for the first quarter of 2016 and the whole segment is expected to be completed by 2019.
SLEX Extension to Matnog, Sorsogon
Dubbed as Toll Road 5, the South Luzon Expressway will be extended to Matnog from Lucena, Quezon. The total length of the extension will be 408 kilometers. The extension will decongest Andaya Highway and Pan-Philippine Highway, cut travel time from Manila to Naga by 2–3 hours, to Legazpi by 4–5 hours and to Matnog by 6 hours and soon be built by Manila Toll Expressway Systems Inc., a company owned 40 percent by Philippine National Construction Corp. The rest is shared equally by the local firm Alloy Manila Expressway Inc. and the SMC-backed Citra Group of Indonesia which bought the shares formerly owned by the MTD Capital Berhad of Malaysia. As of 2015, the extension is discussed by Albay Gov. Joey Salceda, Toll Regulatory Board chairman Edmund Reyes, San Miguel Corporation and Ramon Ang.
- Name: South Luzon Expressway (Skyway to Sto. Tomas)
- Concession Holder: Citra Metro Manila Tollways Corporation (Manila-Alabang), South Luzon Tollway Corporation (Alabang-Sto. Tomas)
- Operator: Skyway Operations and Maintenance Corporation (Manila-Alabang), Manila Toll Expressway Systems (Alabang-Sto. Tomas)
- Length: 60 km (including the extension)
- Concession starting date: PNCC: March 1977, SLTC: August 2006
- Concession ending date: PNCC: March 2007, SLTC: March 2038
- Highway exits: 23
- Lanes: 6 Lanes (3 Lanes each direction) from Paco, Manila to Buendia, Makati City. 12 Lanes (3 on both elevated and at-grade per direction) Buendia, Makati City to Sucat, Muntinlupa City, 10 Lanes (2 on the Elevated and 3 at-grade per direction) Sucat, Muntinlupa to Hillsborough, Muntinlupa. 8 Lanes (4 Lanes each direction) from Hillsborough, Muntinlupa to Santa Rosa, Laguna, and 6 Lanes (3 Lanes each direction) from Santa Rosa to Calamba exit. 4 Lanes (2 lanes each direction) from Calamba City, Laguna to Santo Tomas, Batangas.
- Toll plazas: 2
- Rest and Service Areas: 7
- Minimum Height Clearance on Underpasses: 4.27m (14')(Nichols-Filinvest), 4.8m (15' 9")(Filinvest-Calamba), 5.1m (16' 9") (Calamba to end of expressway at Santo Tomas)
Exits and intersections
Current Exits and Intersections
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Kilometer stones or markers count the distance (in kilometers) from the Kilometer Zero in Rizal Park. Exits are mostly named and numbered, but exit numbers appear only after Alabang Exit. There is a discrepancy with mileage, with Kilometer 24 being Kilometer 23 rather on the Manila Toll Expressway Systems (MATES) maintained segments of SLEX, although a Kilometer 23 already lies near Cupang, Muntinlupa. From Quirino Avenue to Nichols Interchange, SLEX is an national highway named Osmeña Highway. No tolls are paid on Canlubang, Batino, and Batangas/Calamba exits (exits 47, 49, and 50).
|NCR||Metro Manila||Manila||4.09||Quirino Avenue||T-junction|
|4.65||San Andres Street||Traffic light intersection|
|5.43||Ocampo Street||Traffic light intersection|
|5.49||Zobel Roxas Street||Traffic light intersection|
|Makati||Gil Puyat Avenue, Metro Manila Skyway||Traffic light intersection with flyover.|
|6.75||Buendia Exit||Metro Manila Skyway||Southbound on-ramp for Skyway. No swerving allowed, but prohibition temporarily lifted because of traffic conditions due to Skyway Stage 3 construction.|
|7.32||Antonio Arnaiz Avenue||Traffic light intersection|
|7.80||Don Bosco Street||Northbound access only|
|8.71||Magallanes Interchange||EDSA, Cubao,||Start of concurrency with Pan-Philippine Highway, not signed until Kilometer 34 in Carmona.|
|9.11||Magallanes Exit (Skyway)||Metro Manila Skyway||On-ramp for Metro Manila Skyway|
|Pasay-Taguig boundary||9.71||Nichols Interchange||Andrews Avenue, Lawton Avenue||Partial cloverleaf interchange. Motorcycles, excluding 400cc and above, are prohibited past this interchange.|
|End of DPWH/MMDA jurisdiction. Start of Skyway Operations and Maintenance Corporation (SOMCo) jurisdiction|
|Nichols Toll Plaza|
|NCR||?||Parañaque-Taguig boundary||10.92||Merville Exit||Merville Village||Southbound exit only.|
|11.35||C-5 Exit||C-5, Pasig, Diliman||Half-Y interchange. Northbound entrance and southbound exit.|
|14.4||Doña Soledad Exit||Doña Soledad Avenue, Parañaque City||Diamond interchange|
|16.30||Skyway||Northbound exit and southbound entrance. Demolished on 2011 after Skyway is extended towards Alabang.|
|Parañaque-Muntinlupa boundary||18.09||Sucat Exit||Sucat||Diamond interchange|
|Muntinlupa||19.32||Skyway Entry||Skyway||Northbound exit and southbound entrance.|
|22.4||Alabang Exit||Alabang, South Station||Southbound exit and northbound entrance.|
|23.92||23||Filinvest Exit||Filinvest City||Trumpet interchange.|
|23.97||Alabang Exit||Alabang, Las Piñas||Northbound exit and southbound entrance .|
|End of Skyway Operations and Maintenance Corporation (SOMCo) jurisdiction. Start of Manila Toll Expressway Systems (MATES) jurisdiction.|
|Shell - Tollway Plaza|
|NCR||?||Muntinlupa||26.39||26||Susana Heights/MCX Exit||Susana Heights, Muntinlupa, MCX, Daang Hari||T and trumpet interchange.|
|CALABARZON||Laguna||San Pedro||27.71||27||San Pedro Exit||San Pedro||Southbound entrance and exit only.|
|Petron - SLEX SB|
|Caltex - SLEX NB|
|CALABARZON||Laguna||Biñan||31.92||31||Southwoods Exit||Southwoods, Biñan||Partial cloverleaf interchange.|
|Cavite||Carmona||33.46||33||Carmona Exit||Carmona, Biñan, Dasmariñas||Trumpet interchange|
|Shell - SLEX NB|
|CALABARZON||Laguna||Biñan||36.1||36||Greenfield City/Unilab/LIIP Exit (Mamplasan Exit)||Greenfield City, Unilab, LIIP||Partial cloverleaf interchange|
|Caltex - South Hub|
|CALABARZON||Laguna||Santa Rosa||38.45||38||Santa Rosa Exit||Santa Rosa, Silang, Tagaytay||Partial cloverleaf interchange.|
|Total - SLEX NB|
|CALABARZON||Laguna||Santa Rosa||42.4||41||ETON City/Asia Brewery Exit (Malitlit Exit)||ETON City, Greenfield City, Asia Brewery, Tagaytay||Double right-in/right-out interchange|
|Cabuyao||43.93||43||Cabuyao Exit (Santa Elena Exit)||Cabuyao||Partial cloverleaf interchange|
|Calamba||45.4||45||Silangan Exit||Silangan, Carmeltown||Partial cloverleaf interchange|
|Equus City||Unopened access to Equus City. Entrance still fenced.|
|Calamba Toll Plaza|
|CALABARZON||Laguna||Calamba||47.72||47||Canlubang Exit (Mayapa Exit)||Canlubang||Partial cloverleaf interchange|
|49.09||49||Batino Exit||CPIP, Ciudad de Calamba, Tagaytay Highlands||Right-in/right-out interchange.T|
|50.12||50||Batangas/Calamba Exit||Calamba, Batangas, Lucena||Partial cloverleaf interchange. End of AH26 concurrency|
|Ayala Greenfield Toll Plaza|
|SLEX continues to Batangas City as STAR Tollway.|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
|Kilometer No.||Exit||Interchange type||Location||Remarks|
|TBA||Skyway: 5th Avenue Exit Ramp||Caloocan||This will be an Entry/Exit Ramp in C-3 Road, Grace Park, Caloocan|
|TBA||Skyway: Rizal Avenue Exit Ramp||Manila||This will be an Entry/Exit Ramp in Rizal Avenue, Santa Cruz, Manila.|
|TBA||Skyway: Manila Bay Exit Ramp||This will be an Entry/Exit Ramp in Radial Road 10, Tondo, Manila.|
|TBA||Skyway: Legarda Exit Ramp||This will be an Entry/Exit Ramp in Legarda Street, Sampaloc, Manila.|
|TBA||Skyway: España Exit Ramp||This will be an Entry/Exit Ramp in España Boulevard, Sampaloc, Manila.|
|TBA||Skyway: Legarda Exit Ramp||This will be an Entry/Exit Ramp in Legarda, Sampaloc, Manila.|
|TBA||Skyway: Zamora Exit Ramp||This will be an Entry/Exit Ramp in East and West Zamora Streets, Pandacan, Manila.|
|TBA||Skyway: Pedro Gil Exit Ramp||This will be an Entry/Exit Ramp in Pedro Gil Street, Paco, Manila.|
|TBA||Skyway: Balintawak Exit Ramp||Quezon City||This will be an Entry/Exit Ramp at North Luzon Expressway in Balintawak, Quezon City.|
|TBA||Skyway: Sgt. Rivera Exit Ramp||This will be an Entry/Exit Ramp at Sgt. Rivera Avenue in Santa Mesa Heights, Quezon City.|
|TBA||Skyway: Quezon Ave Exit Ramp||This will be an Entry/Exit Ramp at Quezon Avenue in San Francisco Del Monte, Quezon City.|
|TBA||Skyway: E. Rodriguez Sr. Exit Ramp||This will be an Entry/Exit Ramp at E. Rodriguez Sr. Ave in New Manila, Quezon City.|
|TBA||Skyway: Aurora Boulevard Exit Ramp||Manila||This will be an Entry/Exit Ramp at Aurora Boulevard in Santa Mesa, Manila.|
|TBA||Skyway: Plaza Dilao Exit Ramp||This will be an Entry/Exit Ramp at Plaza Dilao in Paco, Manila.|
|TBA||Skyway: Quirino Exit Ramp||This will be an Entry/Exit Ramp at Quirino Avenue in Paco, Manila.|
|TBA||SLEX-STAR Exit||Santo Tomas, Batangas||This exit will be built after the extension to Lucena is completed.|
|TBA||MakBan Exit||Bay, Laguna||This exit takes you to the towns of Bay and Calauan, Laguna. This exit is located near MakBan Geothermal Plant.|
|TBA||Alaminos Exit||Alaminos, Laguna||This exit takes you to the town of Alaminos, Laguna.|
|TBA||San Pablo Exit||San Pablo, Laguna||This exit goes to San Pablo, Laguna. This exit heads directly to SM City San Pablo.|
|TBA||Tiaong/San Antonio Exit||Tiaong, Quezon||This exit takes you to the town of Tiaong, Quezon and San Antonio, Quezon.|
|TBA||Candelaria Exit||Candelaria, Quezon||This exit takes you to the town of Candelaria, Quezon.|
|TBA||Sariaya Exit||Sariaya, Quezon||This exit takes you to the town of Sariaya, Quezon.|
|TBA||Lucena City North Exit||Lucena, Quezon||This exit leads you to Barangay Ilayang Talim, Lucena going to Maharlika Highway, Pacific Mall Lucena then, with an access to Lucena City Proper. It will be the future Southern terminus of SLEX. It will replace the current Southern terminus in Santo Tomas. It will move to Matnog after Toll Road 5 opens to traffic.|
|TBA||Lucena South Exit||This exit leads you to Dalahican Road in Barangay Dalahican, Lucena, Quezon with an access to SM City Lucena.|
|TBA||Pagbilao Exit||Pagbilao, Quezon||This exit takes you to the town of Pagbilao, Quezon.|
|TBA||Atimonan Exit||Atimonan, Quezon||This exit takes you directly to the town of Atimonan, Quezon.|
|TBA||Habingan Exit||This exit heads you to Atimonan-Unisan Road in Atimonan, Quezon. Facing southbound, right goes to Unisan, Quezon and Agdangan, Quezon, Left goes to Atimonan Town Proper.|
|TBA||Gumaca Exit||Gumaca, Quezon||This exit takes you to the town of Gumaca, Quezon.|
|TBA||Lopez Exit||Lopez, Quezon||This exit takes you to the town of Lopez, Quezon.|
|TBA||Calauag Exit||Calauag, Quezon||This exit takes you to the town of Calauag, Quezon. Useful for motorists from the north going to Camarines Norte.|
|TBA||Tagkawayan Exit||Tagkawayan, Quezon||This exit takes you to the town of Tagkawayan, Quezon.|
|TBA||Del Gallego Exit||Del Gallego, Camarines Sur||This exit takes you to the town of Del Gallego, Camarines Sur.|
|TBA||Ragay Exit||Ragay, Camarines Sur||This exit takes you to the town of Ragay, Camarines Sur.|
|TBA||Sipocot Exit||Sipocot, Camarines Sur||This exit takes you to the town of Sipocot, Camarines Sur. Useful for motorists from Southern Bicol provinces going to Camarines Norte.|
|TBA||Libmanan-Cabusao Exit||Libmanan, Camarines Sur||This exit takes you to the town of Libmanan, Camarines Sur. Facing southbound after the tollgate, Right leads you to the Town Proper, Left leads you to Cabusao, Camarines Sur.|
|TBA||Calabanga Exit||Calabanga, Camarines Sur||This exit takes you to the town of Calabanga, Camarines Sur.|
|TBA||Carolina Exit||Naga, Camarines Sur||This exit takes you to the Northern part of the city via Carolina Road.|
|TBA||Naga Exit||This exit takes you to the Southern part of the city via San Isidro-Carolina Road.|
|TBA||Pili Exit||Pili, Camarines Sur||This exit takes you to the town of Pili, Camarines Sur.|
|TBA||Ocampo Exit||Ocampo, Camarines Sur||This exit takes you to the town of Ocampo, Camarines Sur. Useful for motorists going to Partido area and Caramoan, Camarines Sur.|
|TBA||Corporal Exit||Iriga, Camarines Sur||This exit is located in Brgy. Corporal that leads you to the city and the first exit in Iriga.|
|TBA||Iriga City Exit||This exit takes you to Iriga and the second exit in the city.|
|TBA||Buhi Exit||This exit is the third exit in the city. Facing southbound, right leads to Iriga, left goes to Buhi, Camarines Sur.|
|TBA||Matacon Exit||Polangui, Albay||This exit is located in Brgy. Matacon that leads you to the town of Polangui, Albay.|
|TBA||Libon Exit||Libon, Albay||This exit is takes you to the town of Libon, Albay.|
|TBA||Kinale Exit||Polangui, Albay||This exit is located in Brgy. Kinale that leads you to the town of Polangui, Albay. Facing southbound, right leads to Libon, left leads you to Polangui.|
|TBA||Oas Exit||Oas, Albay||This exit is takes you to the town of Oas, Albay.|
|TBA||Ligao Exit||Ligao, Albay||This exit is takes you to Ligao.|
|TBA||Guinobatan Exit||Guinobatan, Albay||This exit is takes you to the town of Guinobatan, Albay.|
|TBA||Camalig Exit||Camalig, Albay||This exit is takes you to the town of Camalig, Albay.|
|TBA||Daraga Exit||Daraga, Albay||This exit is takes you to the town of Daraga, Albay.|
|TBA||Legazpi Exit||Legazpi, Albay||This exit is takes you to the city of Legazpi, Albay via Alegre Street and the first exit of the city.|
|TBA||Sta. Monica/Taysan Exit||This exit is located in Brgy. Taysan that leads you to the southern parts of the City.|
|TBA||Sorsogon City Exit||Sorsogon City, Sorsogon||This exit is takes you to Sorsogon City and the first exit of the city.|
|TBA||Abuyog Exit||This exit is located in Brgy. Abuyog that leads you to the southern parts of the City.|
|TBA||Casiguran Exit||Casiguran, Sorsogon||This exit is takes you to the town of Casiguran, Sorsogon.|
|TBA||Juban Exit||Juban, Sorsogon||This exit is takes you to the town of Juban, Sorsogon.|
|TBA||Irosin Exit||Irosin, Sorsogon||This exit is takes you to the town of Irosin, Sorsogon.|
|TBA||Matnog Toll Plaza||Matnog, Sorsogon||This toll plaza will serve for the motorists for Toll Road 5 and the reconfiguration of the Calamba-Matnog toll Segment. The Southbound plaza will require motorists to pay their toll fees whereas motorists get toll cards from Southbound Saimsim Toll Plaza. The Northbound plaza will require motorists to get their toll cards and pay at the Northbound Saimsim Toll Barrier|
|TBA||Matnog Intersection||Roundabout||This is the future southern terminus for SLEX in Matnog. Going Northbound takes you to the Town proper, Eastbound leads you to the Bypass road to the coastal areas and Southbound takes you to the port to Allen, Northern Samar.|
|Kilometer No.||Exit||Interchange type||Location||Remarks|
|10||Skyway: Nichols Toll Plaza A||Pasay||The former Skyway Main Toll Plaza for cash and E-Pass Users, it is situated at both lanes.|
|10||Skyway: Nichols Toll Plaza B||The former Skyway Main Toll Plaza for E-Pass Users only situated on the Northbound lane.|
|22||MSEX: Alabang Toll Plaza||Muntinlupa||This toll plaza is located on site what is now the Alabang Viaduct and entry and exit ramps towards Maharlika Highway. It was then demolished and reduced into toll barriers for entry and exit ramps during the construction of Alabang Viaduct while SLEx was being extended towards Calamba.|
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