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The first expressway is the Skyway, operated jointly by the Skyway Operation and Management Corporation (Som Co) and Citra Metro Manila Tollways Corporation (CMMTC).The second expressway, the South Luzon Tollway or Alabang–Calamba–Santo Tomas Expressway (ACTEX), is jointly operated by the South Luzon Tollway Corporation, a joint venture of the Philippine National Construction Corporation and the San Miguel Corporation-backed Citra group of Indonesia (the group where MTD Capital Berhad, the original partner, sold their shares) via the Manila Toll Expressway Systems, Inc. The expressway is a component of Expressway 2 (E2) of the Philippine expressway network and Radial Road 3 (R-3) of Manila's arterial road network.The part of Osmeña Highway north of Magallanes Interchange is maintained by the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) through the South Manila District Engineering Office, and the portion south is maintained by the Skyway Operations and Management Company.The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has jurisdiction also of both segments, and maintains motorcycle lanes up to Nichols.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. A short portion of the expressway between Magallanes and Nichols are at-grade. Highway segment of SLEx in Magallanes, Makati just south of Magallanes Interchange. Highway segment starts from an intersection at Quirino Avenue in Paco, Manila and goes straight up to Alabang in Muntinlupa.Since 2010, the South Luzon Expressway network cuts southwards from the Manila up to the provinces of Laguna, Cavite, and Batangas. High voltage power lines, primarily transmisison and subtransmission lines which are operated and maintained by National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) and various distribution companies, respectively, run parallel or cross the expressway. On its left side is the Balintawak-Araneta-Sucat transmission line of National Grid Corporation of the Philippines. The part of Osmeña Highway which passes through Manila, Makati, Pasay and Taguig is a toll-free highway before reaching the Nichols Toll Plaza from which the tolled expressway begins.The 230k V Sucat-Araneta-Balintawak transmission line of NGCP also parallels the highway until Maricaban Creek in Makati.It then crosses San Andres Street, Ocampo (Vito Cruz) Street, and Zobel Roxas Street.
The concurrency with the Pan-Philippine Highway starts at that interchange.Most of Osmeña Highway parallels the PNR Metro South Commuter Line.Osmeña Highway starts at the traffic light with Quirino Avenue.The expressways mostly runs through the Parañaque-Taguig boundary until it comes near Sucat, where it crosses Dr. The subtransmission line of Meralco can also be seen on this exit.South Luzon Expressway and Skyway enters Muntinlupa, passing over barangays Sucat, Buli, and Cupang, before approaching Alabang.