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The first 10-kilometer segment of the Cavite-Laguna Expressway (CALAEx) will be fully operational on Monday, December 23, in time for the Christmas break, Public Works Secretary Mark Villar said Saturday.

“Starting next week, fully operational na siya... by Monday. Pipilitin natin na fully operational na before Christmas,” Villar told reporters during the final inspection of the 10-kilometer section of CALAEx.

The Cavite–Laguna Expressway is an under-construction expressway, whose alignment is situated in the provinces of Cavite and Laguna in the Philippines.

The portion from the Mamplasan Toll Barrier to the Santa Rosa-Tagaytay Interchange was partially opened for motorists late October, with access schedule of Sunday to Thursday 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. and an extended time on weekends— Friday to Saturday—6 a.m. to 10 p.m.

The 10-kilometer Mamplasan Toll Barrier to the Santa Rosa-Tagaytay Interchange section represents a fourth of the 45-kilometer CALAEx.

The travel time from Mamplasan to the Sta. Rosa-Tagaytay Road will be shortened to 10, from 45 minutes and is seen to benefit 10,000 motorists daily.

Villar said the 10-kilometer section of the toll road will be passable to motorists for free until February 2020.

Once the relevant certifications and permits have been released by the DPWH and the Toll Regulatory Board, the expressway will be fully opened for commercial operations.

The 45-kilometer CALAEx is a four-lane, expressway that will connect Cavitex in Kawit to the South Luzon Expressway at the Mamplasan Interchange in Biñan, Laguna.

The DPWH targets to complete the 45-kilometer expressway in 2021.

CALAEx is now 24/7 open!

The first 10-kilometer segment of the Cavite-Laguna Expressway (CALAEx) will be fully operational on Monday, December 23, in time for the Christmas break, Public Works Secretary Mark Villar said Saturday.

“Starting next week, fully operational na siya... by Monday. Pipilitin natin na fully operational na before Christmas,” Villar told reporters during the final inspection of the 10-kilometer section of CALAEx.

The Cavite–Laguna Expressway is an under-construction expressway, whose alignment is situated in the provinces of Cavite and Laguna in the Philippines.

The portion from the Mamplasan Toll Barrier to the Santa Rosa-Tagaytay Interchange was partially opened for motorists late October, with access schedule of Sunday to Thursday 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. and an extended time on weekends— Friday to Saturday—6 a.m. to 10 p.m.

The 10-kilometer Mamplasan Toll Barrier to the Santa Rosa-Tagaytay Interchange section represents a fourth of the 45-kilometer CALAEx.

The travel time from Mamplasan to the Sta. Rosa-Tagaytay Road will be shortened to 10, from 45 minutes and is seen to benefit 10,000 motorists daily.

Villar said the 10-kilometer section of the toll road will be passable to motorists for free until February 2020.

Once the relevant certifications and permits have been released by the DPWH and the Toll Regulatory Board, the expressway will be fully opened for commercial operations.

The 45-kilometer CALAEx is a four-lane, expressway that will connect Cavitex in Kawit to the South Luzon Expressway at the Mamplasan Interchange in Biñan, Laguna.

The DPWH targets to complete the 45-kilometer expressway in 2021.

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