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Motorists who use the North Luzon Expressway will start paying higher toll on May 18 after the Toll Regulatory Board approved a “nominal” two to three percent increase in toll. | @CeBacligINQ 

Motorists traversing the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) will have to pay more starting Tuesday, as approved by the Toll Regulatory Board (TRB).

NLEX Corporation says the 2% to 3% toll increase authorized by the Toll Regulatory Board is "part of the approved periodic adjustments due in 2012 and 2014."

New Toll Regulatory Board Executive DirectorAlvin Carullo enters the agency as it implements the transition to cashless payments in tollways.

JUST IN: The Toll Regulatory Board has approved the provisional toll rates for Skyway Stage 3. | via @Ted_Cordero 

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The Toll Regulatory Board (TRB) on Friday announced it has approved the provisional toll rates for the Skyway Stage 3.

FLASH REPORT: Provisional toll rate para sa Skyway Stage-3, inaprubahan na ng Toll Regulatory Board o TRB. | via @luisitosantos03 

A row erupted between San Miguel Corp. (SMC) and the Toll Regulatory Board over the regulator’s “inaction” on the SMC petition to collect any toll and a disagreement on completion milestones of the massive Skyway Stage 2. | @miguelrcamusINQ 

Confusion stems from conflicting statements issued by Skyway O&M Corporation and the Toll Regulatory Board.

On the supposed closure of Skyway 3, San Miguel Corporation blames the Toll Regulatory Board's "inaction" on issuing a toll operation permit. SMC says Skyway 3 to remain open. | via @reyaika 

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UPDATE: According to the DOTr FB page, the Toll Regulatory Board did not issue a decision or directive ordering the indefinite closure of the Skyway Stage 3.

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The Skyway Stage 3 will be closed to motorists starting 5 p.m. on Tuesday, March 16, in accordance with a directive from the Toll Regulatory Board.

While cruising through the 18-kilometer elevated expressway is free at the moment, San Miguel Corporation will start charging fees after February 1. A document published by the Toll Regulatory Board shows the proposed prices for Skyway Stage 3 toll.

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The Toll Regulatory Board says there will still be cash lanes and motorists without RFID stickers will not be apprehended.

The number of accidents in expressways has been increasing over the past three years, statistics from the Toll Regulatory Board have indicated.

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