SMC, DOTr sign deal for Lucena-Sorsogon Expressway SLEX TR5

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It was reported some time ago that an expressway linking more of the southern portion of Luzon with other vital destinations is in the works, specifically the Lucena-Sorsogon Expressway also known as SLEX TR5.

Lucena-Sorsogon Expressway

Photo: DOTr

The Lucena-Sorsogon Expressway (SLEX TR5) is now closer to becoming a reality, in a post on the Department of Transportation (DOTr) Facebook page last weekend, the agency announced that they have signed a supplemental agreement with the San Miguel Corporation on furthering the Lucena-Sorsogon Expressway (SLEX TR5).

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According to the project description of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), the 417-kilometer Lucena-Sorsogon SLEX TR5 will start at the South Luzon Expressway TR4 Project in Barangay Mayao in Lucena City and ends near the Matnog Ferry Port in Sorsogon.

Lucena-Sorsogon 1

Photo: DOTr

LUCENA-SORSOGON EXPRESSWAY DETAILS

The Lucena-Sorsogon SLEX TR5 Project is a 4-lane divided toll road with 28 interchanges, and has eight segments that will run parallel to the existing Philippine National Railway, Maharlika Highway, and Padre Burgos National Road or Quirino Highway:

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Phase 1: Lucena to Gumaca, Quezon, 59.60 kms.

Phase 2: Gumaca to Tagkawayan, Quezon, 62.40 kms

Phase 3: Tagkawayan to Sipocot, Camarines Sur, 59.0 kms.

Phase 4: Sipocot to Naga City, Camarines Sur 35.40 kms.

Phase 5: Naga City to Polangui, Albay, 48.00 kms.

Phase 6: Polangui to Legazpi City, Albay, 35.00 kms.

Phase 7: Legaspi to Sorsogon City, Sorsogon, 54.30 kms.

Phase 8: Sorsogon City to Matnog, Sorsogon, 62.78 kms.

While the agreement moves the project along further, no specific dates of completion have been set or announced just yet, although its potential to ease traffic and make the moving of goods more efficient were highlighted during the event.

Pablo Salapantan

Pablo Salapantan

Pablo's first word was probably "Car", and this has developed into a personal passion that has consumed his professional life as well.

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