CCLEX Readies Opening To Motorcycles Prepares Transition To Cashless

CCLEX Readies Opening To Motorcycles Prepares Transition To Cashless

Featuring engine displacement from 125cc to 399cc, CCLEC will begin the registration and installation of RFID stickers on motorcycles on July 1, 2022. These motorcycles can also pass Cebu-Cordova Link Expressway (CCLEX) starting on the said date.

CCLEX will switch to a cashless toll payment system next month with the launch of an RFID-loaded mobile app. With the transition, CCLEC is asking people to register their vehicles for RFID installation.

Registration for Class 1 to Class 3 vehicles is ongoing through the Online Registration and Appointment System (ORRAS) at Motorcyclists with displacements between 125cc and 399cc can sign up for their RFID now under Class 1M through ORRAS.

CCLEX RFID registration and installation for Class 1M effective July 1 will be for FREE. To register, please follow these four easy steps:

  1. Go to our website at and click on REGISTER.
  2. Pick a date and installation site.
  3. In choosing a vehicle class, select Class 1M.
  4. Show your QR code to our installers during your appointment together with your OR/CR.

The RFID sticker for motorcycles will be installed on the motorcycles’ plastic headlamp. If the headlamp is made of glass, the RFID sticker will be placed on the visor or mudguard.


CCLEC will gradually phase out cash transactions at its toll plaza before implementing a full electronic toll collection system (ETC). Starting July 1, some toll booths will have cash payment lanes while others will already be converted to RFID-enabled lanes.

The launching of the app for the CCLEX RFID load and reloading will be done prior to the toll lane conversions.

CCLEX is currently installing RFID stickers in class 1 to 3 vehicles for the electronic payment scheme to launch. As for bikers and pedestrians, they will be allowed to pass CCLEX starting next month through the dedicated sidewalk lane located on either side of the expressway for free. For more details, be updated by following CCLEX’s official Facebook page @CCLEXexpressway.


When using the expressway, CCLEC is reminding motorists to drive at a maximum speed of 60 kph. Despite being designed for a maximum speed of 80 kph, CCLEC is setting a speed limit of 60 kph during the initial operation of its system.

Motorists are also asked not to stop at any area in the entire stretch of the facility.

Those who are paying the toll in cash, they are advised to prepare the exact toll amount.

It will be recalled that no less than President Rodrigo Roa Duterte, joined by Metro Pacific Tollways Corporation Chairman Manuel V. Pangilinan, inaugurated the multi-billion-peso modern toll expressway that crosses the Mactan Channel, connecting Cebu City with the town of Cordova in Mactan Island, on April 27, 2022. CCLEX was then opened to the public on April 30, 2022, after four years of non-stop work.

CCLEX, an engineering feat and Cebu’s newest iconic landmark, is seen to not only ease traffic congestion in the metro but also spark socio-economic development in the province, according to a study by the University of San Carlos.

In addition, CCLEX, now considered the tallest and highest Bridgeway structure in the country, is a project of CCLEC, in partnership with the local government units of Cebu City and the Municipality of Cordova.

CCLEC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of MPTC, the toll road arm of Metro Pacific Investments Corporation (MPIC). MPTC is a publicly-listed infrastructure holding company and a member of the MVP Group of Companies.

CCLEX Readies Opening To Motorcycles Prepares Transition To Cashless


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