THE PEA Tollway Corporation is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Philippine Reclamation Authority. SInce 1998, it operates the then 7-kilometer Manila-Cavite Toll Expressway until today that it has extended to a 14-kilometer toll road along the coast of Manila Bay that is now known as CAVITEX.

The CAVITEX utilizes the country's first prepaid card toll-payment scheme or e-Tap card and recently pioneering the first Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology in the country. RFID is a paper-thin battery-less sticker that can save more travel time for motorists by having only to slow down, not make a full stop, to pay their tolls.

Aside from toll collection, PEATC also implements programs on traffic control and emergency operations including assistance to disabled vehicles. To maximize the provision of services to the public, it also provided other support mechanisms such as the establishment of information services and administration of ancillary facilities.


Bay Dredging Inc. (BDI) is a joint venture between the R-1 Consortium and the Philippine Reclamation Authority (PRA), with PRA owning 40% and R-1 Consortium owning 60% thereof. Its primary purpose is to enter into contracts to reclaim, to participate in dredging contracts in the Philippines and to supply dredgefill materials to all reclamation projects. On January 28, 1998, BDI was incorporated and registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
In 2008, BDI supplied sand for the reclamation component of the Cavite Expressway.