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Cavitex C5 Link Flyover Extension Opens August 14

The Toll Regulatory Board (TRB), the licensor of the Manila-Cavite Tollway Project (MCTEP), jointly announces with Cavitex Infrastructure Corporation (CIC) and its joint venture partner Philippine Reclamation Authority (PRA) the CAVITEX C5 Link Extension Flyover (segment 3A2: Merville to E. Rodriguez) will be open to the motoring public at 6 a.m. on August 14, 2022.

This new 1.6 kilometer segment of CAVITEX C5 Link connects to the 2.2 km operational flyover which provides convenient access and improved travel time for motorists traveling to the C5 road in Taguig from Merville, Paranaque and vice versa. poured. This is an important step towards the completion of the highly anticipated CAVITEX C5 Link.

CAVITEX C5 Link is a 7.7 km segment of CAVITEX that will connect to the CAVITEX R1 Paranaque toll station, which will help reduce CAVITEX’s travel time in Makati, Taguig and Pasay from thirty to forty-five minutes, while helping to decongest the EDSA, MIA route. , Roxas Boulevard and other major thoroughfares. More than 50,000 motorists would benefit from this project upon its completion in 2023.

The opening ceremony held on August 13 was honored by the chairman of Metro Pacific Investments Corp. Manny V. Pangilinan, Department of Transportation Sec. Jaime Bautista, with MPTC executives, MPTC President and CEO, Rodrigo Franco, and MPT South President and CEO, Mr. Raul Ignacio, and Metro Pacific Investments Corporation, Head of Government Relations and Business public affairs and head of the MVP group’s media office, Atty . Mike Toledo. Also present at the event are Senator Mark Villar, Congressman Edwin Olivarez and Mayor Eric Olivarez of the City of Paranaque, Mayor Imelda Calixto-Rubiano of the City of Pasay, other government partners and various community stakeholders .

With the opening of the CAVITEX C5 Link Flyover extension, a new traffic pattern will be put in place for motorists entering the expressway at Merville. Paranaque vehicles bound for Taguig must now pass through the new C5 Link Flyover Merville entrance located opposite Shell C5 Southlink, Brgy. Moonwalk, Paranaque.

“More than 15,000 motorists traveling to Taguig from Paranaque and vice versa should benefit from this new segment of CAVITEX C5 Link. We urge everyone to use Easytrip RFID to avoid long checkout lines and maximize the benefits of faster travel time,” said CIC President and CEO Raul L. Ignacio.

CIC offers motorists free Easytrip RFID installation and control at CAVITEX C5 Link Customer Service Center. Motorists will only pay Php 200 for the initial loading of the new Easytrip account.

TRB has approved the provisional toll, for the now extended CAVITEX C5 link: 37.00 Php for class 1 vehicles; Php 74.00 for class 2; and Php 112.00 for Class 3, but implementation will be postponed until September due to the company’s goodwill towards motorists.

“We encourage motorists to use the CAVITEX C5 Link Hover Extender as long as it still has no additional charge, so they can enjoy the added benefit.” added Raul L. Ignacio.

As for its other segments, the construction of CAVITEX C5 Link Segment 2 – which will connect other segments to the CAVITEX R-1 highway in Paranaque, has now reached 30% completion according to the latest project update. Once connected, this segment will help motorists to shorten travel time from Cavite to Sucat and decongest local roads such as Sucat Road and Quirino Avenue.

The road networks of MPT South, CALAX, CAVITEX and CAVITEX C5 Link are strategically designed to be interconnected to help reduce congestion on the main arteries of the NCR and Cavite. It will also help boost economic growth as it provides a convenient gateway for investment, tourism and other socio-economic activities in the region.

The Toll Regulatory Board (TRB), the licensor of the Manila-Cavite Tollway Project (MCTEP), jointly announces with Cavitex Infrastructure Corporation (CIC) and its joint venture partner Philippine Reclamation Authority (PRA) the CAVITEX C5 Link Extension Flyover (segment 3A2: Merville to E. Rodriguez) will be open to the motoring public at 6 a.m. on August 14, 2022.

This new 1.6 kilometer segment of CAVITEX C5 Link connects to the 2.2 km operational flyover which provides convenient access and improved travel time for motorists traveling to the C5 road in Taguig from Merville, Paranaque and vice versa. poured. This is an important step towards the completion of the highly anticipated CAVITEX C5 Link.

CAVITEX C5 Link is a 7.7 km segment of CAVITEX that will connect to the CAVITEX R1 Paranaque toll station, which will help reduce CAVITEX’s travel time in Makati, Taguig and Pasay from thirty to forty-five minutes, while helping to decongest the EDSA, MIA route. , Roxas Boulevard and other major thoroughfares. More than 50,000 motorists would benefit from this project upon its completion in 2023.

The opening ceremony held on August 13 was honored by the chairman of Metro Pacific Investments Corp. Manny V. Pangilinan, Department of Transportation Sec. Jaime Bautista, with MPTC executives, MPTC President and CEO, Rodrigo Franco, and MPT South President and CEO, Mr. Raul Ignacio, and Metro Pacific Investments Corporation, Head of Government Relations and Business public affairs and head of the MVP group’s media office, Atty . Mike Toledo. Also present at the event are Senator Mark Villar, Congressman Edwin Olivarez and Mayor Eric Olivarez of the City of Paranaque, Mayor Imelda Calixto-Rubiano of the City of Pasay, other government partners and various community stakeholders .

With the opening of the CAVITEX C5 Link Flyover extension, a new traffic pattern will be put in place for motorists entering the expressway at Merville. Paranaque vehicles bound for Taguig must now pass through the new C5 Link Flyover Merville entrance located opposite Shell C5 Southlink, Brgy. Moonwalk, Paranaque.

“More than 15,000 motorists traveling to Taguig from Paranaque and vice versa should benefit from this new segment of CAVITEX C5 Link. We urge everyone to use Easytrip RFID to avoid long checkout lines and maximize the benefits of faster travel time,” said CIC President and CEO Raul L. Ignacio.

CIC offers motorists free Easytrip RFID installation and control at CAVITEX C5 Link Customer Service Center. Motorists will only pay Php 200 for the initial loading of the new Easytrip account.

TRB has approved the provisional toll, for the now extended CAVITEX C5 link: 37.00 Php for class 1 vehicles; Php 74.00 for class 2; and Php 112.00 for Class 3, but implementation will be postponed until September due to the company’s goodwill towards motorists.

“We encourage motorists to use the CAVITEX C5 Link Hover Extender as long as it still has no additional charge, so they can enjoy the added benefit.” added Raul L. Ignacio.

As for its other segments, the construction of CAVITEX C5 Link Segment 2 – which will connect other segments to the CAVITEX R-1 highway in Paranaque, has now reached 30% completion according to the latest project update. Once connected, this segment will help motorists to shorten travel time from Cavite to Sucat and decongest local roads such as Sucat Road and Quirino Avenue.

The road networks of MPT South, CALAX, CAVITEX and CAVITEX C5 Link are strategically designed to be interconnected to help reduce congestion on the main arteries of the NCR and Cavite. It will also help boost economic growth as it provides a convenient gateway for investment, tourism and other socio-economic activities in the region.