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RFID Absolute implementation will be on November 30, 2020.

After that date any motorists whose car is without the RFID (Radio Frequency Identification)stickers will be apprehended and will be issued a citation ticket.

RFIDs came about after the Department of Transportation (DOTr) ordered tollways to adopt a cashless payment system to minimize human contact that could spread the coronavirus.

Though tollway operators offers fast and free RFID Installation a motorist must still secure two (2) different RFID Stickers as of press time.

- Autosweep RFID can only be used at SMC Tollways — the South Luzon Expressway (SLEx), Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Expressway (TPLEx), and STAR Tollway

- Easytrip RFID can only be used at MPTC Tollways at 
North Luzon Expressway (NLEx), Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEx), Cavite Expressway (Cavitex), Harbour Link, and Cala Expressway.

MPTC, SMC Tollways 
long-term objective are to make their RFID stickers compatible
Metro Pacific Tollways Corp. and San Miguel Corp. Tollways

As of now, MPTC’s RFID is not compatible with the roads run by the SMC.

This means motorists who want to use roads run by both MPTC and SMC Tollways need to have two RFIDs — Easytrip for MPTC and Autosweep for SMC.

The good news is that both companies have agreed to achieve the interoperability of their RFIDs.

Compatibility of RFIDs is important to frequent travelers — like cargo movers, public transport operators, and businesspeople using tollways managed by both MPTC and SMC Tollways.

For example, motorists traveling up north to the Ilocos Region and the Cordillera might have a problem with their RFIDs: NLEx and SCTEx are run by MPTC while TPLEx is run by SMC Tollways.

The same scenario occurs down south: SLEx and Naia Expressway are run by SMC Tollways, but several adjacent expressways like Cavitex and CALA Expressways are under the jurisdiction of MPTC.

Please expect an all-RFID toll collection system in all expressways in the country by November 30, 2020 to comply with the orders from the Department of Transportation (DOTr).


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