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Here's How Cashless Expressways Will Work, CAVITEX Leads the Way

No more rolling down your window.
by Clara Rosales
Aug 28, 2020
Photo/s: Jerome Ascaño

Installation of RFID stickers has started along CAVITEX in Parañaque City on Friday as part of efforts to shift to cashless tollways during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The transportation department earlier required all expressways to go cashless by Nov. 2 to minimize human contact at toll plazas.

The RFID is a thin strip of adhesive that is stuck to the car. Once detected by the toll booth, an amount is automatically subtracted from the motorist's credit and the boom lifts to allow passage.

This sticker can be attached to the car's headlights, rearview mirror, or even the windshield for detection. Credits can be loaded digitally via partner loading and gas stations.

Here's how they look like:

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