Articles about Cavitex

The R1 section will be affected
Take note, Cavite residents: Major rehabilitation and construction activities are expected to affect traffic flow over the next three months along the R1 section on Cavitex. According to the Cavitex Infrastructure Corporation, mobilization will kick off on February 27, with most of
Be warned
The 2019 opening of the Cavitex-C5 Link Flyover, also known as Segment 3A1 of the C5 South Link Project, was a godsend for Metro Manila motorists. Not only did the new piece of infrastructure finally improve traffic in the area, it
Check out the schedule
Good news for motorists who'll have to head out of town during the 2020 holidays: The Metro Pacific Tollways Corporation (MPTC) has announced it will not be collecting toll fees at its expressways for the 2020 holidays.The expressways under the
Motorists aren’t happy
Well, here we are, December 1, 2020. If the date holds no meaning to you, then you either don't own a motor vehicle or probably haven't been paying attention to all the RFID drama the past few weeks.Today marks
Take note
In a previous story, we covered all the basics about reloading Autosweep RFIDs. This time, we're going to discuss how to reload Easytrip RFIDs.Easytrip tags are used along all expressways under the Metro Pacific Tollways Corporation (MPTC), namely: the North
Do you pass here often?
Have you noticed a buildup of traffic along some parts of the Manila-Cavite Expressway (CAVITEX) since Metro Manila shifted back to general community quarantine? If your answer is yes, you'll be happy to know expressway management is making changes to
To make matters worse, the two riders weren’t even wearing helmets
Two guys riding a sub-400cc motorcycle along the Manila-Cavite Expressway (Cavitex) wearing no helmets or any protective gear whatsoever. Damn, talk about ticking all the wrong boxes. Riding a small bike on the tollway is dangerous enough-not wearing a
As part of its efforts to shift to 100% cashless transactions by November 2
As you may have heard by now, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) has announced that all major tollways across the country will be required to shift to completely cashless payments by November 2, 2020. In line with this, the Metro Pacific Tollways
Heads up, motorists
We reported the other day that the Department of Transportation (DOTr) will soon be requiring all major expressways to implement a completely cashless payment system in response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. This will be implemented under Department Order (DO) No. 2020-
This means the 7.7-kilometer road network will be completed in a few years
We've got some pleasant news for motorists: More expressways are set to rise in Metro Manila in a few years, as the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) and the Metro Pacific Tollways Corporation (MPTC) have just broken ground for
Motorists, be advised
Way back when, tollway operators made use of DSRC tags for electronic toll collection. But with the advent of RFID technology, major expressways started replacing these bulky physical tags with the stickers we normally see today.These days, only a few tollways
You can now have it delivered to your doorstep and install it yourself
Toll plazas are high-contact areas, which is why cashless transactions are now being encouraged more than ever as people start hitting the road again. You see, unless motorists have RFIDs to pay for their toll fees, physical contact is almost inevitable
Medical personnel need only secure a special RFID to avail of the privilege
It's never a bad idea to start the week with some good news, so we have some for you here: All healthcare workers may now enjoy toll-free passage on all major expressways in Luzon.Department of Public Works and Highways (
The ongoing roadworks are part of the Cavitex road enhancement program
In addition to the imminent lane closure along Cavitex that will be caused by the LRT-1 Cavite Extension project, there will also be other parts of the tollway that will see more lane closures-this time as a result of the
The innermost northbound lane alone the Cavite-Parañaque bridge will be affected
Heads up, Caviteños-we have some news for you, both good and bad.First off, the bad: The innermost lane along the northbound portion of Cavitex-specifically along the Cavite-Parañaque bridge-will be closed from March 17 to 31,
If you use these expressways, be advised
Do you regularly use Cavitex or the newly opened Cavitex-C5 Link Flyover? If so, then be advised: There are imminent changes to the toll collection for both expressways.According to the Cavitex Infrastructure Corporation (CIC), the Toll Regulatory Board (TRB) has
Have you tried this new road already?
In case you've been living under a rock, the Cavitex-C5 Link Flyover-or Segment 3A1 of the C5 South Link Project-was officially opened to the public yesterday, July 23. The opening ceremonies were led by the Department of Public
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