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Updated CAVITEX Toll Fees 2022 (Manila-Cavite Expressway)

CAVITEX Toll Fees Road Trip near Metro Manila

Going on a road trip to Cavite? Be sure to know the updated CAVITEX toll fees before you travel!


As someone who lives in Cavite, I always use CAVITEX whenever I go to Metro Manila and back home to Cavite. CAVITEX (or Coastal Road Expressway as we used to call it) is a 14 kilometer expressway linking Metro Manila to the southern province of Cavite in the Philippines. Coming from Metro Manila, it starts from the City of Parañaque, and passes by the Cities of Las Piñas and Bacoor, and ends at the intersection of Tirona Highway and Antero Soriano Highway in the municipality of Kawit, near Aguinaldo Shrine and Museum. Managed and operated by Metro Pacific Tollways Corporation (MPTC), it uses Easytrip RFID.

If you're planning a trip to Cavite, check out the top things to do in Cavite, tourist spots and attractions, as well as the updated toll fees on Manila-Cavite Expressway or CAVITEX.



UPDATED CAVITEX TOLL FEES 2021



But first, you need to know your vehicle's classification to know the correct toll fee to be collected when you pass through the toll booths.


Toll Gate Vehicle Classifications 1, 2 and 3


  • Class 1 Vehicles are those having 2 axles and an overall height of up to 7.5 feet. This includes cars, jeepneys, van, pick-up, and motorcycles (400cc and above).
  • Class 2 Vehicles are those having 2 axles and an overall height of more than 7.5 feet. This includes buses and trucks.
  • Class 3 Vehicles are trucks with 3 or more axles and an overall height of more than to 7.5 feet. This includes large trucks and large trucks with trailer.



CAVITEX Segments

  • R-1 Expressway - is the segment that is used to be called "Coastal Road". It starts in Parañaque City and ends in Bacoor, Cavite.
  • Kabihasnan - this part is the exit from the city proper of Parañaque to R-1 Expressway segment of CAVITex going to Metro Manila.
  • R-1 Expressway Extension - this part starts from Bacoor City to Kawit Toll Plaza exit.
  • C5 South link (Seg. 3A-1) - this is a new segment which connects C-5 Road from Taguig to CAVITEx.



CAVITEX Toll Fees


SEGMENTS CLASS 1 CLASS 2 CLASS 3
R-1 Expressway PHP 25 PHP 50 PHP 75
Kabihasnan PHP 8
R-1 Expressway Extension PHP 64 PHP 129 PHP 194
C5 South link (Seg. 3A-1) PHP 22 PHP 33 PHP 66


Metro Manila (Parañaque) to Cavite (Kawit) Toll Fees


Coming from Metro Manila, you will be taking the R-1 Expressway and R-1 Expressway Extension segments of CAVITEX and exit to Kawit Toll Plaza in Cavite. Here are the computation of toll fees.

Class 1 - PHP 25 + PHP 64 = PHP 89.00
Class 2 - PHP 50 + PHP 129 = PHP 179.00
Class 3 - PHP 75 + PHP 194 = PHP 269.00

Metro Manila (Parañaque) to Cavite (Bacoor) Toll Fees


Coming from Metro Manila, you will only be taking R-1 Expressway segment of CAVITEX and exit at flyover to Bacoor, Cavite.

Class 1 - PHP 25.00
Class 2 - PHP 50.00
Class 3 - PHP 75.00

What RFID to use in CAVITEX?


CAVITEX uses Easytrip RFID. Be sure to check your Easytrip RFID's load balance and have your RFID loaded if there's not enough load before traveling to Cavite using the CAVITEX.

Are Cash Lanes and Loading Stations available in CAVITEX?


If you don't have a load, there are cash lanes in Cavitex that can be found at the leftmost lane of the toll plazas. Also, loading stations are also available along Cavitex.

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