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Long lines, supply shortages, scalpers, and moved deadlines-yeah, the country's shift to cashless expressways has been anything but seamless so far. Chances are, many motorists both in and out of Metro Manila still haven't gotten their hands on RFID
Heads up, motorists
Heads up, motorists: The North Luzon Expressway Corporation (NLEX Corporation) has just announced that there will be oll-fee adjustments for the tollway, upon the completion of another section of the NLEX Harbor Link.According to the company's latest advisory, the
More detailed instructions on proper sticker placement will be provided
Metro Pacific Tollways Corporation (MPTC) will once again make Easytrip RFID stickers available through Shopee and Lazada in the coming weeks, a reliable source within MPTC tells us.We say 'again' because MPTC previously tapped the two online-shopping platforms to give
Less than a month before tollways go completely cashless
We've officially entered November, which also means we're now less than a month away before tollways go completely cashless. And if we're being honest, things have been a bit messy over the past few weeks.Right now, it seems
As of now, the policy “will only create more problems for our motoring public”
Concerned about mounting complaints from motorists regarding the upcoming shift to 100% cashless transactions on major tollways, Representative Wes Gatchalian has asked for its implementation, scheduled to begin on December 1, to be deferred until the persisting problems are resolved."It puzzles
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
The pop-up installation booths tend to get very crowded
The Metro Pacific Tollways Corporation (MPTC) is advising motorists to avail themselves of Easytrip RFID stickers at designated venues aside from the off-site installation booths, which are prone to overcrowding due to the huge influx of applicants. Arlette Capistrano, MPT South
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,
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
The deadline is fast approaching
Whether we like it or not, RFID stickers will soon be an indispensable part of the motorists' way of life. On November 2, 2020, major expressways will implement fully-cashless toll collection, as mandated by the Department of Transportation. In simple words:
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
To make matters worse, the two riders weren’t even wearing helmets
Two guys riding a sub-400cc motorcycle along the Manila-Cavite Expressway (Cavitex) wearing no helmets or any protective gear whatsoever. Damn, talk about ticking all the wrong boxes. Riding a small bike on the tollway is dangerous enough-not wearing a
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