TRB approves CALAX Laguna segment toll rates

Published August 13, 2020, 9:00 PM

by Emmie V. Abadilla

The Toll Regulatory Board (TRB) has approved the rates for the Interchanges of the Cavite-Laguna Expressway (CALAX) – the Laguna Boulevard Interchange and the Laguna Technopark Interchange in Biñan, both slated to be opened this month.

CALAX features barrier-less entries and toll fees are paid upon exit. 

The TRB toll rates, including the value added tax, are as follows: 

Santa Rosa-Tagaytay to Greenfield (Mamplasan) Exit toll for Class 1 vehicles (private vehicles) is P47.00, Toll for Class 2 vehicles (medium-sized trucks and buses) is P95.00 and Toll for Class 3 vehicles (large trucks, trailers) is P143.00

 For those entering from Laguna Boulevard exiting Greenfield (Mamplasan) Exit Class1 is P30.00, Class 2 is P60.00 and Class 3 P91.00.

 Santa Rosa – Tagaytay to Laguna Technopark Exit, toll for Class 1 is P32.00, Class 2 is P65.00, Class 3 is P98.00

 Laguna Boulevard to Laguna Technopark Exit, toll for  Class 1 is P15.00, Class 2 is P30.00 and Class 3 is P45.00.

 Santa Rosa-Tagaytay to the Laguna Boulevard Eastbound Exit, toll for Class 1 vehicles is P17.00, toll for Class 2 vehicles is P34.00, and toll for Class 3 vehicles is P52.00.

 Greenfield (Mamplasan) to Laguna Boulevard Westbound Exit, toll for Class 1 vehicles is P30.00, Class 2 is P60.00, and Class 3 is P91.00 

 Laguna Technopark to Laguna Boulevard Westbound Exit toll for Class 1 vehicles P15, Class 2 is P30.00, and Class 3 is P45.00.

Greenfield (Mamplasan) to Sta. Rosa-Tagaytay Exit, toll for Class 1 vehicles is P47.00, Class 2 is P95.00, Toll for Class 3 is P143.00 

Laguna Technopark Class to Santa Rosa-Tagaytay Road Exit, toll for Class 1 is P32.00, Class 2 is P65, Class 3 is  P98.00.

Laguna Boulevard to Santa Rosa-Tagaytay Road Exit, toll for Class 1 is P17.00, Class 2 is P34.00, Class3 is P52.00.

The interchanges allow motorists access to and from the Laguna Technopark, with an alternative route to and from Nuvali via Laguna Boulevard and South Boulevard, decongesting Santa Rosa-Tagaytay Road and other local service roads in the area.

 “Opening these interchanges would significantly reduce traffic to and from Laguna, Cavite, Batangas provinces and nearby areas by decongesting Laguna Boulevard and Aguinaldo Highway,” noted Roberto V. Bontia, President and General Manager of MPCALA.

The whole stretch of CALAX has nine interchanges in Kawit, Governor’s Drive, Aguinaldo Highway, Silang, Santa Rosa-Tagaytay, Laguna Boulevard, Laguna Technopark, and a Toll Barrier before SLEX.

The CALAX is 45-kilometer, 4-lane expressway that will soon connect the Manila-Cavite Expressway (CAVITEX) in Kawit City, Cavite to the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) at Mamplasan Interchange in Biñan. 

Rates are based on the per kilometer rate approved by the TRB in February, 2020.

MPCALA Holdings, Inc. is a subsidiary of Metro Pacific Tollways Corporation, which also holds the concession rights for the CAVITEX, Cavitex C5 Link, the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX), the NLEX Connector Road, the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX) and the Cebu-Cordova Link Expressway (CCLEX) in Cebu. 

 
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