Perhaps, this could reduce drivers plying along highways with insufficient RFID loads.
This is to properly educate motorists with regards to their duties and responsibilities as RFID users.
It seems that many drivers have been entering local highways with insufficient RFID balance.
Motorists are encouraged to load before January 30, 2021, as account services will be down and unavailable.
The decision was done in order to give motorists more time to get RFIDs.
It is now easier than ever to get your hands on an Autosweep RFID.
The Senator even delivered suggestions for the said matter.
New changes in order to help with the seasonal traffic and with the transition into a cashless system.
An action plan that will hopefully produce results in the coming weeks before 2021.
A hybrid system of both cash and RFID lanes will remain in the meantime.
This was mainly caused by the shortcomings of the EasyTrip RFID system.
SMC, TPLEX Corp., MPTC, NLEX Corp, and the DOTr are testing the interoperability of EasyTrip and Autosweep.
What you need to know if you plan on traveling on an expressway before the final January 11, 2021 deadline.
Expect to encounter heavy traffic approaching expressway entrances for the next few days.
A toll fee increase due to the recently opened NLEX Harbor link segment.
This buys a little more time for motorists to get their hands on RFIDs in the meantime.
Here's everything you need to know about the now-required RFID contact-less payment scheme in the Philippines.
You will soon be able to order EasyTrip RFIDs once again from online stores.
The shift to an appointment scheme was done in order to better maintain safety protocols.
Then again, it’s best to acquire your RFID stickers as soon as possible.