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And the shift to cashless tollways? It’s been suspended indefinitely. Yep...
The RFID saga continues
The entire RFID mess was clearly one of the country's biggest motoring issues in 2020. It feels like it's been one blunder after the other during this transition to 100% cashless transactions on all expressways.For months, motorists and tollway
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
What’s your take on this?
With RFIDs still a hot topic these days, there's another related subject that's of particular interest to riders: toll fees.Right now, tollway-legal motorcycles (with engine displacements 400cc and above) are charged the same fees as light vehicles that
They’re mostly located right before or just after entering the expressway
Cash lanes are back on the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX), but that doesn't mean the shift to fully-cashless tollways won't push through. The reactivation of cash lanes is only an "interim measure," says NLEX Corporation, as it makes operational
Among other operational changes to be implemented in the coming days
It looks like NLEX Corporation is starting this week better than it did the last. We hope we don't jinx them by saying so.You can read about every problem the tollway operator has had to contend with the past few
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
Ay na-charge!
In case you missed it, Valenzuela City has suspended the NLEX Corporation's business permit due to issues involving the tollway operator's RFID-based cashless toll-collection system. This means until the company has complied with the local government's requirements,
The mayor laid down three requirements that the NLEX Corporation must meet
The Valenzuela City RFID saga continues. After suspending NLEX Corporation's business permit in the city, Mayor Rex Gatchalian has now officially laid down the requirements in order for the local government to lift the said suspension.In his letter to the
Mind where you go
Earlier today, we reported on NLEX Corporation's 'RFID 100' action plan with which it plans to iron out the kinks in its cashless toll-collection system. This comes after certain toll plazas on tollways operated by the company turned into chokepoints
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 company speaks up
Valenzuela City made headlines yesterday when mayor Rex Gatchalian officially suspended the NLEX Corporation's business permit in the city. Since then, motorists have been enjoying free passage through the area's toll plaza.Now, the company has issued a statement regarding
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.
Provided the complaints are properly documented upon submission
Were you among the many motorists who found themselves stuck in traffic during the first day of the 100% cashless transactions policy on tollways? According to news reports, the heavy volume of traffic from the long weekend was further hampered by technical
Find out how you can avoid these setbacks
December 1 marked the beginning of the cashless payment policy on major tollways, and as expected, there were long lines at RFID sticker installation venues at the crack of dawn. At Arca South, where the Taguig City government had apparently set up
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
There are still too many cars without RFID stickers
After witnessing the long queues of applicants at RFID sticker installation venues, San Miguel Corporation (SMC) president Ramon S. Ang has appealed to the Department of Transportation (DOTr) to consider another extension for the 100% cashless transactions on the tollways which takes
For both Autosweep and Easytrip
In case you missed it, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) and Toll Regulatory Board (TRB) have announced changes to how they're going about shifting expressways to cashless transactions.So, what's new? The biggest one is that the DOTr has announced
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