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For violating social-distancing rules
As the November 2 deadline for the implementation of cashless tollways transactions is fast approaching, the country's two tollway systems are faced with a myriad of problems-from technical issues and a shortage of RFID stickers, to causing traffic and now
How many times have you been held up at toll plazas?
With only 14 days left before the implementation of fully cashless payments at tollways on November 2, the agony of motorists at designated RFID tollway sticker installation sites is palpable. The queues just keep getting longer and longer.On top of that,
Just over two weeks before major tollways shift to fully cashless payment
First things first: Just now, we were told by a reliable source from the Toll Regulatory Board (TRB) that as of this writing, the implementation of the 'no RFID, no access on tollways' policy is still set to begin on November 2,
Here’s a full guide
We only have a few weeks to go before major expressways completely shift to cashless transactions under the orders of the Department of Transportation. If you haven't gotten ahold of RFIDs for your cars yet by now, you might want to
Have you had one installed yet?
If you haven't had an RFID sticker installed and live near Alabang, you're in luck. RSA Motors Alabang will become a pop-up Autosweep RFID installation site this Sunday, giving you a convenient way to get your car tollway-ready
Take note
Recently, we shared with you a list of venues and dates for the free installation of Easytrip RFID stickers. Now it's the turn of Autosweep.Top Bikes Philippines was able to get a copy of the updated schedules for free Autosweep
Expressways are going fully cashless
Robinsons Malls said on Tuesday, September 29, that select branches would serve as a one-stop-shop for RFID installation and reloading to help motorists adapt to the shift to cashless transactions.The country's expressways are moving to contactless payments to
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-
Ready to make the shift?
Still reluctant to plaster an RFID onto your car? It looks like you might not have a choice in a few of months. San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has announced that all the tollways it operates will shift to cashless payments by January
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 list includes SMC-operated tollways SLEX, Skyway, STAR Tollway, and TPLEX
To all our hardworking frontline workers, here is some good news for you: The San Miguel Corporation, as part of its efforts to help in the fight against the COVID-19 outbreak, is waiving fees on its tollways for all healthcare workers.
For safer travels
It's best we stay at home during this COVID-19 pandemic-that's a no-brainer. But if it can't be helped, we should exercise extra caution, especially for those who need to go in and out of Metro Manila
“Yet again, we are seeing the best of Filipinos”
Car clubs and other groups transporting relief goods to lend a helping hand in ongoing Taal relief operations will no longer have to pull out their wallets along the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) and the Southern Tagalog Arterial Road (STAR) Tollway after
Will this be the new normal?
For the past couple of months, the dismal traffic along South Luzon Expressway (SLEX)-specifically on the northbound side-has been the subject of discussion of residents south of the metro.Here's a reprieve: San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has delivered on
Existing accounts for Easytrip, Autosweep can also be interconnected on the spot
Lately, we've heard tollway authorities apologizing for and justifying the monstrous traffic congestion caused by the never-ending construction work on their facilities. It's a bitter pill we have to swallow.But there are some efforts being undertaken by these
“Let’s embrace change for the better”
It ain't over 'til it's over.Operators of the elevated Skyway system clarified that the review on the implementation of the 'RFID-only' scheme continues, and it will only be implemented after it has been approved by the Toll Regulatory
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