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The company is advising motorists to reload their Easytrip accounts beforehand
A public service announcement for all Easytrip RFID users: Easytrip Services Corporation has just announced that its Account Management System will undergo a system migration on January 30, 2021 from 12am to 12pm.What does this mean for us motorists? Well, during
Only the first 200 customers will be accommodated
Still haven't gotten an RFID for your car yet? Well, if it's an Easytrip tag you're still missing and you live in the metro, then check this out: Easytrip Services Corporation is offering RFIDs at SM Megamall until tomorrow.
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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
It’s been a very, very long year
You've probably heard this dozens of times before already, but we'll say it again: It's been a long year. A lot of things happened throughout the course of 2020, from the beginning of January right until these last few
The two companies assure that all their personnel will be properly compensated
Toll operators, government agencies, local government units, and even motorists have been going at each other throughout this entire RFID saga. Things have definitely not been pretty over the past few months.But there's one thing we may have been missing
NLEX Corporation requests for more time to study the system
It's been a week since Valenzuela City mayor Rex Gatchalian officially suspended NLEX Corporation's business permit in the city. Fortunately, the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) toll plazas in the area have since been (mostly) a sight for sore eyes-just
Will this result in significant improvements?
It's starting to feel as if the longer this entire RFID fiasco continues, the messier it gets. As you may recall, Valenzuela City mayor Rex Gatchalian recently suspended the NLEX Corporation's business permit in the city as a response to
The agency and toll operators have recently signed a new Memorandum of Agreement
The Department of Transportation (DOTr), SMC TPLEX Corporation, Metro Pacific Tollways Corporation, and NLEX Corporation have signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) to test the interoperability of the Autosweep and Easytrip RFIDs. That should be some welcome news to start the week.
Do you agree?
Like we said, the first day of the 100% cashless expressways policy could have gone smoother. Yesterday morning was marred by traffic jams, long lines, and thousands of angry motorists. One word to sum it up? Carmageddon.Now, you would think most
Did you get caught in gridlock at toll plazas this morning?
This is it, ladies and gents. As of today, December 1, 2020, toll operators have officially gone cashless. Starting today, the northern and southern expressways accept RFID-only payment transactions at the toll plazas.There still won't be apprehensions until January
900k Easytrip, 600k Autosweep tags have been distributed since August 2020
Earlier today, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) hosted a press conference to discuss the shift to a 100% cashless toll collection that has been the subject of headlines over the past few months.During the briefing, both San Miguel Corporation (SMC) and
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Autosweep applications just shifted to an appointment-only basis a few days back. Now, Easytrip will be doing the same for select installation sites. This is the Online RFID Reservation and Appointment System (ORRAS) that the company announced a while back.So
It says the cashless toll payment system “cannot be deferred”
If you still haven't secured RFIDs for your vehicles yet, then take note: There will be no further extension of the current December 1 deadline, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) confirmed in a recent statement.The agency said that the contactless
It will be launched in November
Even after the Department of Transportation (DOTr) extended the deadline for the shift to cashless tollway payments to December 1, 2020, overcrowding of RFID sticker applicants at installation venues has gone from bad to worse. Vehicles queuing up at off-site installation
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Heads up, motorists from down south: Metro Pacific Tollways Corporation (MPTC) through the Cavite-Laguna Expressway (CALAX) is rolling out its Easytrip RFID Sticker Caravan. With this initiative, MPTC subsidiary MPT South Corporation will be bringing its Easytrip installation services to different
*The deadline has been extended by a month
RFID tollway stickers have been the talk of the town for some time now, as motorists and tollway operators have been rushing over the past few weeks to meet the government's November deadline to shift to 100% cashless toll-payment systems.
The initial costs for each tag should only be P200
Unfortunately, the shortage of Easytrip RFIDs-the tags used along expressways operated by the Metro Pacific Tollways Corporation (MPTC)-isn't the only unpleasant news for motorists this week. It has come to our knowledge that these Easytrip tags are now being
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
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