How do I contact NLEX?

How do I contact NLEX?

From 580-8900, the new company number will be 8-580-8900. Callers from the provinces will do the usual procedure of dialing the area code (02) followed by the new 8-digit landline number. NLEX explained that those who will still dial the old numbers will hear a reminder and an instruction to contact the new numbers.

Who is the owner of NLEX?

Metro Pacific Investments
Metro Pacific Tollways Development Corporation
NLEX Corporation/Parent organizations

How many cars pass NLEX daily?

It is the builder-concessionaire and operator of two major expressways that link Metro Manila to North and Central Luzon: NLEX and SCTEX. Stretching over 190 kilometers, the NLEX-SCTEX facilities operate 24/7 accommodating more than 200,000 motorists per day.

Who owns NLEX and SLEX?

Metro Pacific Investments Corporation
It holds the concession rights to construct, operate and maintain the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) and Subic–Clark–Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX). The company was acquired by the Metro Pacific group from the Lopez Group of Companies in 2008….NLEX Corporation.

Type Subsidiary
Parent Metro Pacific Investments Corporation

How do I contact Easytrip hotline?

Feel free to reach us on this email: [email protected], on our 24/7 hotline: 1-35000 or reach us through our Live Chat Feature.

Can I still pay cash in nlex?

Yes, these expressways still honor cash transactions, but the plan is to go cashless eventually. Applying ASAP should help you avoid inconveniences in case they completely renounce cash-based payments.

Is Luzon an island?

Luzon is located in the western Pacific Ocean. It is the largest island in the Philippines and lies at the northern end of the island group.

Is nlex owned by Manny Pangilinan?

In 1987, Pangilinan established Metro Pacific as First Pacific’s investment arm in the Philippines. Pangilinan is also a major patron of Philippine sports. He owns three PBA teams – TNT KaTropa, the Meralco Bolts and the NLEX Road Warriors.

Who owns expressways in the Philippines?

Philippine expressway network
Maintained by private companies under concession from the Department of Public Works and Highways
Length 626 km (389 mi)
Formed 2014
Highway names

Who owns Autosweep?

San Miguel Corporation
Everything You Need to Know About Autosweep and Easytrip RFID. NLEX and SLEX are operated by the Metro Pacific Tollways Corporation (MPTC) and The San Miguel Corporation (SMC), respectively. To let you travel quickly and safely, they offer RFIDs that can be installed on your vehicle.

What is the longest expressway in the Philippines?

Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway
Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX) SCTEX is the Philippines’ longest highway, at nearly 100 km.

What is Easytrip account number?

Your Easytrip (RFID) account number is a 12-digit number printed at the front of your Easytrip card. Always keep and secure your Easytrip card whenever you travel to ensure successful entrance and exit whenever tollgate sensors are acting up.

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