At least along MPTC-operated tollways
After the attempted full implementation of the 'no RFID, no entry' policy that caused heavy traffic at toll plazas last year, you might be curious about how the interoperability between the two RFID systems used in Luzon-Autosweep and Easytrip-is taking
It seems to be the case
On Thursday, the Skyway O&M Corporation, operator of the Skyway Stage 3, reported that traffic has been easing on the elevated facility after motorists complained about it during the first day of toll fee collection."We apologize for the inconvenience. While
Some of our readers share their reasons
It's been nearly a year since the Department of Transportation (DOTr) initially mandated all tollways to go completely cashless. As we all know, everything didn't exactly go as planned.Frankly, it's going to be really hard to backtrack all
Some of these stations are located along the northern tollways
Easytrip RFID users, take note. Easytrip Services Corporation has announced that eight of its stations are closed effective today, July 8.These stations are located along northern tollways including the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX), Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX), and Subic Freeport
This should be a thing for all banks
PSBank clients can rest easy when it comes to how much load is inside their RFIDs. Why? Because the bank's mobile app allows for instant reloading of Autosweep and Easytrip accounts.If your smartphone is equipped with the PSBank Mobile app,
Do you agree?
The hullabaloo surrounding the implementation of the RFID-only scheme on all major tollways has died down over the past few months. The long lines at RFID installation sites-both for Autosweep and Easytrip-have disappeared, and it appears the situation has
The service is also available for Smart postpaid users
Worried about that new three-strike policy for RFID users with insufficient load? Metro Pacific Tollways (MPTC) has announced a new reloading option for Easytrip users: top-ups using mobile load.Through MPTC's partnership with Smart Communications, Inc., Smart and TNT
Those entering tollways without enough load in their RFID accounts will be apprehended
Attention, RFID users: The Toll Regulatory Board's (TRB) three-strike policy, which will penalize RFID users who enter RFID lanes with insufficient load in their accounts, will soon be taking effect.We first heard about this in February as the TRB'
How soon will the policy be implemented?
Do you still remember the Toll Regulatory Board's 'three-strike policy'?The implementing rules and regulations (IRR) for the measure, which will penalize motorists who attempt to pass through RFID lanes with insufficient load in their RFID accounts, were approved on
Reloading at these locations will only be available until April 12, 2021
Do you traverse the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) often? Chances are, you're an RFID user yourself. If that's the case, then take note: the Easytrip reloading services at the Balintawak and Bocaue toll plazas will only be available until April
In case you’re wondering where to reload your RFIDs
Public service announcement for our fellow expressway users: Metro Pacific Tollways Corporation (MPTC) has shared with us that there are now more than 50,000 Easytrip reloading stations in Luzon."Reloading is made convenient with all these accessible establishments all over Metro
That number is expected to grow
It looks like plenty of motorists down south are buying into the shift from cash to RFID tags.According to the San Miguel Corporation (SMC), the number of vehicles equipped with Autosweep RFIDs now totals 2.7 million. For reference, the operator
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