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Friday, July 25, 2008

SCTEX opens today

WITH the full commercial operations of the 93.77-kilometer Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX) following the opening of the remaining 32-kilometer Clark-Tarlac stretch, motorists can expect reliable and expert road assistance from Tollways Management Corporation (TMC), SCTEX interim operator.

The state-owned Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) announced the opening of the Clark-Tarlac segment of the SCTEX on today, at 12:01 a.m.

The SCTEX, which is 93.77 kilometers long, is composed of two segments: the 50.5-km Subic-Clark segment (Package 1), and the 43.27-km Clark-Tarlac segment (Package 2). Package 1 was opened to the public last April 28, 2008.

TMC, which is also the operator of the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX), has deployed similar roadside assistance services as offered in NLEX such as patrol vehicles and tellers, as well as customer service, management and support staff.

Charly Española, TMC’s division head for the SCTEX, said they have deployed emergency medical services and towing crew, as well as roadside repair technicians in the SCTEX.

TMC is always taking additional measures to ensure that travel within SCTEX is on-time, safe, secure and comfortable. Motorists will continue to receive the following services from its emergency response teams. By: Jun Icban-Legaspi - Journal online

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