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:
- Pasig (City proper) – Ortigas
- Pasig (City Proper) – Makati
- Pasay – Makati
- Las Piñas – Makati
- Taguig (City proper) – Ortigas
- Taguig (City proper) – Makati
- Sucat – Lawton
- Alabang – Lawton
- Bacoor – Makati
- Imus – Makati
- Noveleta – Makati
- Dasmariñas – Makati (via Daanghari)
- Malolos – North EDSA
- Bocaue/Sta. Maria – North EDSA
- Malabon/Navotas – Pasay (via R10)
- NAIA – Alabang
- NAIA – Sta. Rosa, Laguna
- NAIA – Cubao
- NAIA – Ortigas
- Clark – Malolos, Bulacan
- Clark – Tarlac City, Tarlac
- 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.