NLEX stops Easytrip RFID reloading service in toll plazas

Updated Apr 12, 2021 | Same topic: RFID (Autosweep & Easytrip)

Motorists can utilize over 50,000 Easytrip RFID reloading stations.

NLEX Corporation announced that its Easytrip RFID reloading services in Balintawak and Bocaue toll plazas will be removed starting April 13, 2021. The company said that motorists should make sure that their Easytrip RFIDs have sufficient load before entering the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) to avoid inconvenience.

NLEX Corp. emphasized that there are now over 50,000 Easytrip RFID reloading stations in Luzon. Some of the reloading stations are found along NLEX, and in Subic–Clark–Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX).

Reloading stations along NLEX-SCTEX:

Southbound

1. PTT SCTEX

2. Total SFEX 2

3. Tabang Customer Service Center

4. Petron Balagtas

5. NLEX Drive & Dine

Northbound

1. Balintawak Customer Service Center

2. Valenzuela Customer Service Center

3. Petron Marilao

4. Shell Balagtas

5. Petron Lakeshore

6. San Fernando Customer Service Center

7. Total SFEX 1

8. Seaoil SCTEX

Easytrip RFID can also be reloaded through several reloading merchants that include 7-Eleven, Justpay.to, ECPay, TouchPay, SM Store, Robinsons, GCash, Paymaya, Coins.ph, Shopwise, LBC, among others.

NLEX Easytrip RFID reload balance

Reload your NLEX Easytrip RFID conveniently

Aside from the mentioned Easytrip reloading stations, NLEX Corp. also allows motorists to reload their RFID balance at the following banks: BDO, Metrobank, UCPB, Union Bank, and Maybank.

The cashless toll collection system was first implemented by the Department of Transportation (DOTr) last year to limit the transmission of the COVID-19 virus. The DOTr said that a cashless toll collection ensures physical distancing. DOTr Secretary Arthur Tugade also explained that the agency wants the country’s transport facilities to not be a transmission vector of the virus.

NLEX Easytrip RFID reload balance

Cashless toll collection helps limit the transmission of COVID-19

“We carry with us the burden of ensuring that our transport facilities will not be a transmission vector of the disease while at the same time providing an efficient system of public transport. With both tasks at hand, there is a need to strike a balance. Requiring contactless transactions is one of our ways of doing it,” Tugade said.

The said cashless system also intends to provide a safer, reliable, and more efficient transport service for the Filipino people.

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Martin Aguilar

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Martin is the Content Editor of Philkotse. His love for cars first started when he got a remote-controlled toy as a birthday present. Then, Martin’s interest in cars was further developed through his family’s humble collection of Japanese cars.

Martin started his writing career as an editorial assistant and writer for various magazines under ABS-CBN Publishing. Before joining Philkotse, Martin was a writer for Autoindustriya then shifted gears in 2017 to become the editor for AutoDeal.

Aside from his interest in cars, Martin loves to read crime-thriller novels, play basketball in the virtual world, eat tapsilog, and go for random road trip adventures.

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