The CALAX Silang Aguinaldo Interchange opened on November 8 last year, and to date, it’s been free for motorists to use. Of course, and as expected, a toll collection is inevitable and will start this month. Tomorrow, February 10, 2024, to be exact. All good things do come to an end, but this shouldn’t come as a surprise. Here’s what you need to know.
CALAX Silang Aguinaldo Toll Fees and Fare Matrix
For those who find themselves frequenting the CALAX Silang Aguinaldo, they’ll now have to make sure that their RFID tags have sufficient load to be able to pass into and through the Interchange.
The fare matrix for entering via Greenfield, Laguna Technopark, and Laguna Boulevard can be found in the infographic above.
As for those who will be entering the CALAX Silang Aguinaldo Interchange via Santa-Rosa Tagaytay, Silang East, and Silang (Aguinaldo), the fare matrix is likewise indicated in the infographic directly above.
“The implementation of these toll rates aids in the continuous maintenance and enhancement of our toll road while ensuring efficient and safe travel for our users. The Silang (Aguinaldo) Interchange has become a vital part of our network, significantly enhancing the connectivity and economic landscape of the region,” said Mr. Raul L. Ignacio, President and General Manager of MPCALA Holdings Inc., the concessionaire of the Cavite-Laguna Expressway (CALAX).
The Silang Aguinaldo Interchange serves as a critical section of CALAX, connecting directly to Aguinaldo Highway and facilitating smoother and faster travel to key tourism destination areas in Cavite, including Tagaytay and Silang.
The rates found in the fare matrices above will be effective starting at 12:01 AM on February 10, 2024.
It was fun while it lasted, but they do need the money to keep the roads, facilities, and surroundings of the CALAX Silang Aguinaldo Interchange properly maintained, right?