NLEX to put more early RFID scanners, card readers on toll lanes image
NLEX to put more early RFID scanners, card readers on toll lanes

NLEX plans to install 29 more enhanced RFID scanners and 50 more contactless card readers

NLEX to add plate number recognition systems on RFID lanes image
NLEX to add plate number recognition systems on RFID lanes

Come December, more toll lanes along NLEX and SCTEX will benefit from the ALPR system

NLEX says new RFID scanners are now faster image
NLEX says new RFID scanners are now faster

Both NLEX and SCTEX now have RFID scanners with early detection capability

EasyTrip to close 8 RFID reloading stations starting tomorrow image
EasyTrip to close 8 RFID reloading stations starting tomorrow

Those that frequently visit the following stations will need to reload elsewhere beginning July 8

NLEX closing some toll lanes for RFID "system enhancement" image
NLEX closing some toll lanes for RFID "system enhancement"

Some NLEX toll plazas will be closed to traffic due to system upgrades this week

NLEX testing plate number recognition for RFID toll collection image
NLEX testing plate number recognition for RFID toll collection

Will the ALPR system actually solve NLEX Corporation’s RFID problems?

Reload your EasyTrip RFID by converting your Smart mobile load image
Reload your EasyTrip RFID by converting your Smart mobile load

EasyTrip introduces an easier and faster way to reload your RFID with Smart

NLEX, SCTEX, CAVITEX to implement 3-strike insufficient RFID load rule image
NLEX, SCTEX, CAVITEX to implement 3-strike insufficient RFID load rule

Motorists that frequently use MPTC toll roads with insufficient RFID load beware

Three-strike policy on toll roads effective May 15 image
Three-strike policy on toll roads effective May 15

The Toll Regulatory Board has put its foot down on motorists that don't have enough load on their RFID tags

NLEX to remove RFID reloading services at toll gates image
NLEX to remove RFID reloading services at toll gates

Better reload your EasyTrip RFIDs before heading out to NLEX