DOTr to Open New P2P Bus Routes

Commuting daily is not a piece of cake, especially for those who have limited choices on how they could travel from one point to another. I should know, I travel for hours going to work and going home.

I have spent countless hours on the road, getting stuck in traffic and having to go through all the hassle. What choice do I have? There aren’t that many ways for me to choose from for my daily travel.

Now, if you are one just like me, here’s a good news for you!

Today, the Department of Transportations (DOTr) announced that they will open new routes for point-to-point (P2P) bus service in order to provide more efficient and comfortable modes of commuting.

The following are the new routes for P2p bus service coming soon this 2018:

  1. Pasig (City proper) – Ortigas
  2. Pasig (City Proper) – Makati
  3. Pasay – Makati
  4. Las Piñas – Makati
  5. Taguig (City proper) – Ortigas
  6. Taguig (City proper) – Makati
  7. Sucat – Lawton
  8. Alabang – Lawton
  9. Bacoor – Makati
  10. Imus – Makati
  11. Noveleta – Makati
  12. Dasmariñas – Makati (via Daanghari)
  13. Malolos – North EDSA
  14. Bocaue/Sta. Maria – North EDSA
  15. Malabon/Navotas – Pasay (via R10)
  16. NAIA – Alabang
  17. NAIA – Sta. Rosa, Laguna
  18. NAIA – Cubao
  19. NAIA – Ortigas
  20. Clark – Malolos, Bulacan
  21. Clark – Tarlac City, Tarlac
  22. Clark – San Jose, Nueve Ecija

With 22 new routes for a direct transport from point to point, it should help ease the burden of commuting for many of our working class.

Patrisse is a fresh graduate from De La Salle in Cavite. She likes cars, but enjoys commuting for hours. She says it keeps her grounded. She is the youngest member of the Autocar PH team.

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