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TRB Approves Toll Rates at SLEx, NLEx and SCTEX (lifted from AAP Drive)
The Toll Regulatory Board (TRB) approves new toll rates for the South Luzon expressway (SLEx), North Luzon Expressway (NLEx) and Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEx) effectively January 1, 2011. However, the new SLEx toll rates will not be fully implemented until April 1st since the South Luzon Tollway Corp. has granted discounts for the first three months of the year. So this January, the discounted toll rates are as follows:
Type of Vehicle Toll rate/kilometer Alabang to Calamba Alabang to Sto.tomas
Class 1 P2.68 P86 P109
Class 2 P5.37 P172 P218
Class 3 P8.05 P258 P328

The discounts at SLEx will start to decrease in February to 30 centavos per km and to 13 centavos per kilometer in March. From April 1 onwards, the following toll rates will apply:

SLEx Toll Rates effective April 1, 2011

Meanwhile, the Manila North Tollways Corporation and the Bases Conversion and Development Authority have begun charging motorists the following rates per kilometer:

NLEx Toll Rates effective January 1, 2011

SCTEx Toll Rates effective January 1, 2011

Type of vehicle Toll rates/kilometer Alabang to Calamba Alabang to Sto. Tomas
Class 1 P3.03 P86 P109
Class 2 P6.06 P172 P218
Class 3 P9.09 P258 P328
Type of Vehicle Toll Rate/kilometer
Class 1 P2.38
Class 2 P5.95
Class 3 P7.14
Type of Vehicle Toll Rate/kilometer
Class 1 P2.00
Class 2 P4.00
Class 3 P6.00

The Automobile Association Philippines (AAP) remains as the only organization authorized provide emergency roadside service at the SLEx, NLEx, and SCTEx.

For more info and details, visit Automobile Association Philippines.

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