“Ang ating toll rates dapat nag-increase na noon pang 2009”
One reason San Miguel boss Ramon S. Ang is smiling nowadays is the unprecedented performance of BMW Motorrad Philippines' sales despite the pandemic. In an interview with Summit Media editors last week, Ang says he's aware of the phenomenal growth of
Don’t forget to load up
North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) regulars, take note: You'll have to shell out more in toll fees starting May 18, after the Toll Regulatory Board (TRB) authorized the NLEX Corporation to implement a 2-3% toll increase on the thoroughfare.The toll
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'
Will SMC start collecting toll fees soon?
On Monday, March 29, the authorities and concessionaires of Skyway Stage 3 tested its electronic toll collection system ahead of launch, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) said.According to the DOTr, the test covered the inventory and maintenance of the toll collection
Efficiency will also be one of the agency’s priorities moving forward
It looks like newly appointed Toll Regulatory Board (TRB) executive director Alvin Carullo is making it a point to hear out all sides as the agency looks into proposed toll rate increases.In a statement, Carullo-who is two weeks fresh from
SMC may not begin toll collection yet, though
It looks like our days of free passage on Skyway Stage 3 will soon come to an end.The Toll Regulatory Board (TRB) has given provisional approval to the toll fees proposed by San Miguel Corporation (SMC) for the elevated expressway. The
The company’s losses are piling up, but the elevated tollway will remain open
Got caught up in the middle of the brouhaha surrounding the Skyway Stage 3 closure? Don't worry, if you found yourself confused amid all the reports, then you're not alone.In case you missed the happenings this morning, here's
Too many things going on at the same time
Here's where we are so far in the implementation of the Child Safety in Motor Vehicles Act: By operation of the law, Republic Act No. 11229 already took effect on February 2, 2021, but the Department of Transportation (DOTr) has stressed
The agency is still studying the rates
We're now in the second month of 2021, but it appears we still have no official word on how much the toll fees for Skyway Stage 3 will be. Well, it looks like we might have to wait a bit longer
The company has waived P156 million in toll fees so far
San Miguel Corporation (SMC) is really making it a point to give back to our medical frontliners.The company previously said that the toll-free passage for frontliners along all SMC-operated expressways would be extended indefinitely. Now, it has announced that
The TRB has just revealed the proposed toll fees for the newly opened tollway
Have you tried out the newly opened Skyway Stage 3 already? If yes, then you're aware that San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has granted motorists toll-free passage through this portion of the expressway until January 29, 2021.Now, if you're
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
Check out the schedule
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
Safe travels, everyone
It's that time of the year again: As in previous years, San Miguel Corporation is waiving toll fees and granting temporary free access to the tollways under its management on Christmas and New Year. After everything 2020 has thrown our way,
The tollway operator has waived a total of over P138 million since March
At the onset of this pandemic, San Miguel Corporation (SMC) officially waived toll fees for all frontliners passing through SMC-operated expressways. The company now shares that to date, it has already waived a total of over P138 million in toll collections.
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