Budget-wise, account the toll fees in your expressway ride.
Private motorists need to brace for the new fees, while PUV operators are expected to pay the new fees three months later.
This increase is to account for the newly finished Subic Freeport Expressway and for maintenance costs.
Toll fees for Class 1 vehicles will increase from P25 to P33 starting this Thursday.
Number coding on the highway? If it’s privately-owned you’re good.
After experiencing 7 months of free use, motorists will now have to pay a toll.
Better toll lanes for motorists, the only tradeoff is a bit of traffic for a few days.
While no official announcements were made about the completion date, the DPWH has estimated it will be finished in 2022.
Both the open system and the end-to-end highway system of the NLEX corporation will increase their toll prices.
Skyway Stage 3 will soon be fully operational with the TRB’s provisional approval of the toll rates SMC can collect.
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DPWH Secretary Mark Villar states that the new roadway from Tarlac City to Aliaga Nueva Ecija will be open on May 15, 2021, and will be toll-free.
It seems that many drivers have been entering local highways with insufficient RFID balance.
The TRB states that SMC cannot collect toll fees until Skyway Stage 3 reaches 95% completion.
It is still a tentative list but it gives you a general idea of what to expect.
The decision was done in order to give motorists more time to get RFIDs.
Travel time between the northern and southern expressways has now been reduced.
An ideal time for those to travel to take advantage of the free toll.
NLEX Toll plazas will be able to collect fees once again.
The Senator even delivered suggestions for the said matter.
An action plan that will hopefully produce results in the coming weeks before 2021.