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The Philippines is a country in Southeast Asia. All the toll facilities in the Philippines have physical toll plazas, there are no electronic gantries.

MPTC and MPIC are the biggest private sector toll roads operators in the Philippines. Subic–Clark–Tarlac Expressway, also named (SCTEX) which starts from Manila and ends at Tarlac is the longest toll road (93 km) in the Philippines consisting of 60 toll plazas.

Vehicle Classification

Vehicles are categorized into three classes namely Class 1, Class 2 and Class 3.

  • Class 1 : Class 1 consist of Car, Pick up trucks, Jeepney van, Van and Motorcycles over 400cc.
  • Class 2 : This class contains All the Buses and small Trucks.
  • Class 3 : Large cargo trucks with and without trailers come under this category.

Modes of Payment

Drivers can pay using a variety of payment methods at the physical toll plazas in the Philippines. Following Payment options are available:

  • Tags:
    • Autosweep: Autosweep is a RFID tag transponder. Autosweep works on SLEX, Skyway, NAIX and TPLEX toll roads.
    • Easytrip: Easytrip RFID tag is acceptable on SCTEX, NLEX, CALAX and CAVITEX.
  • Cards: Users can pay using various prepaid cards like Beep card, Mastercard prepaid and Credit cards.
  • Cash: Cash payments are accepted in all the toll plazas in the Philippines.

How much is the toll fee on SLEX?

The SLEX toll road starts from Bicutan and ends at Calamba. This is the fee for the entire SLEX toll road.

Toll Fee on SLEX
From To Class 1 Class 2 Class 3
Bicutan Calamba 165 php 330 php 496 php

̌Toll charges in the Philippines depend on the toll road used and the class of the vehicle. To accurately calculate Philippines tolls and for the other Philippines Expressway use TollGuru toll calculator.

How much is the toll fee on SLEX?

Currently, cash payments are accepted at SLEX. The Philippines administration is trying to get rid of cash payments but it will take time for complete implementation of tag payments.

How much is the toll rate on Skyway?

Skyway, officially Skyway-SLEX-MCX is toll road from Bicutan to Calamba. Skyway is a closed type toll system. Toll rates for using Skyway are given below.

Toll rates on Skyway
From To Class 1 Class 2 Class 3
Bicutan Sucat 34 php 69 php 104 php
Alabang Filinvest 4 php 8 php 12 php

How much is the toll rate on NLEX?

Toll road NLEX starts from Mindanao Avenue and ends at Tarlac city. Toll rate for the entire stretch is given below:

Toll rates on NLEX
From To Class 1 Class 2 Class 3
Mindanao Avenue Tarlac 396 php 927 php 1187 php

Toll rates between Manila and Baguio?

Toll rate From Manila to Tarlac 396 php and from Tarlac to Bagio is 311. So the total cost from Manila to Baguio is 707 for Class 1 vehicles.

Toll rates From Manila to Baguio
From To Class 1 Class 2 Class 3
Manila Baguio 707 php 1705 php 2120 php

What is the toll fee on TPLEX?

TPLEX toll system is a 89 km stretch from Tarlac city to Rosario.

TPLEX toll Fee
From To Class 1 Class 2 Class 3
Tarlac Rosario 311 php 778 php 933 php
Victoria Carmen 134 php 334 php 401 php
Sison Gerona 232 php 581 php 697 php

Calculate tolls and fuel cost to travel across Philippines

Calculate routes, tolls and fuel costs for your travel by car, jeep, van, SUV, truck, LCV, bus and bike in Philippines using TollGuru Trip Calculator. It also shows the cheapest, fastest and other optimal routes to your destination along with toll plaza(s) location en route, payment methods and more.

Rideshare, OEM, TMS, fleet companies and other transport businesses can leverage toll intelligence by integrating with the TollGuru Toll API for pre-trip calculation and post-trip reconciliation.


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