SMC plans for a P2P Bus Rapid System that will use the Skyway
Date posted on April 26, 2021
Ramon S. Ang, the President and CEO of San Miguel Corporation, the company that owns and operates the Skyway system, shared his plans today of a Point to Point Bus Rapid System that will ply the elevated toll roads to further decongest traffic.
” I am excited to share that we are now working on a plan to run a Bus Rapid Transit or a high-capacity P2P system on our Skyway system, initially between Susana Heights and Balintawak. This has been our plan all along – for all our elevated expressways to directly benefit not just private motorists but mostly our commuters as well, ” Mr. Ang said on his Facebook Page.
” The primary purpose of our elevated tollroads is to divert vehicles from public roads to ease traffic for all. But a bus-based transit system will further maximize the benefits to the public and make commutes faster, easier, safer and more convenient for many. Those who drive daily may even opt to commute, further easing traffic and reducing pollution. This will be a game-changer, one that will transform mass transit in Metro Manila, ” he added.
Source Ramon S. Ang
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