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 pass any of these this morning?
It looks like not all expressways were overwhelmed by the number of motorists looking to have RFID stickers installed this morning.In a statement, the San Miguel Corporation (SMC) said that expressways and toll plazas under its management reported smooth traffic during
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
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 only RFID-only payment transactions at the toll plazas.There still won't be apprehensions until
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
Here you go
We're in the end game now. Expressway operators are doing everything in their power to comply with the government's new cashless transaction requirements, and many motorists are still having a difficult time getting their hands on RFID tags.To keep
Does your car have an RFID sticker yet?
It's official: Motorists without an RFID sticker will not be ticketed or fined for entering expressways until January 11, 2021.Department of Transportation (DOTr) assistant secretary Goddes Hope Libiran made the announcement on Facebook, reminding car owners not to panic as
24/7 installation also set to begin
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has some good news for those of you still working on getting an RFID sticker for your car.Starting December 1, regular toll lanes may be converted for the purpose of RFID installation. The agency also announced
Heads up!
The Department of Transportation's (DOTr) December 1 deadline for RFID compliance is fast approaching. Sure, the agency has reportedly said no fines will be handed out this Christmas season,, but wouldn't you rather get it over and done with sooner
Thank God
Still scrambling to equip your ride with an RFID sticker before the Department of Transportation's (DOTr) December 1 deadline? You might have a little more breathing room now, because the agency says it won't be fining motorists just yet.According
Here’s the schedule
Yesterday, Typhoon Ulysses battered Luzon and made several portions of the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) completely impassable to all types of vehicles. The severe weather conditions and the resulting flood also caused Easytrip RFID installation to grind to a halt.It appears,
You’ve been warned
Flip-flopping over exactly when to have an RFID sticker installed on your vehicle? Here's some incentive to get you moving: The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has announced that beginning December 1, motorists who try to enter an expressway's RFID
Good news if you don’t have a sticker yet
It looks like motorists' complaints haven't fallen on deaf ears.The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has announced that it is extending the deadline for 100% cashless transactions on tollways to December 1, 2020. The move comes following numerous inconveniences in the
Everyone will be allowed to enter
Will motorists without RFID stickers still be allowed to use the expressways next month?"Yes, of course," says Romulo 'Junji' Quimbo, senior vice president of the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) Corporation, in an interview. Quimbo made this clear, as the Tollway Regulatory
This will be the “absolute deadline”
We're less than a week away from the government's November 2 deadline for all tollways to shift to 100% cashless toll payment systems, but it appears that the deadline won't be met. Apart from the fact that a lot
It isn’t open to the public yet, though
All the traffic and all the setback has been worth it. The San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has just announced that the Skyway Stage 3 project, which will play an integral role in further linking Northern and Southern Luzon, is now finished.SMC
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
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
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