A new breed of buses are being used by commuters in Central Business Districts (CBDs) and they’ve been enjoying it ever since. These Premium Point-to-Point buses made every commuter’s life easier and more comfortable since the day it was operational. Passengers loved the idea because there’s a fixed schedule, the bus was accompanied by hygienic seats, and the fact that it had single drop-off locations made it more interesting and better than the regular buses.

New Routes for P2P Buses in Luzon and some parts in Visayas
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Read: New P2P Bus Routes for Daily Commuters

Although the extra fare is quite higher than the usual, it’s nothing compared to the peace of mind it gives its passengers and the feeling of safety and comfortability.

A lot of news scattering around the idea of P2P buses have been circulating the Internet. New and better routes added, more buses added, it’s literally taking over the regular buses we have grown accustomed to.

The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) opened new twenty-eight (28) new routes which included some of the famous Luzon provinces like La Union and Baguio and Visayan cities like Iloilo and Cebu.

In addition to that, the LTFRB opened and awarded a total of sixteen (16) new franchise packages under their Memorandum Circular 2019-010.

The operators in these routes were not announced by the agency yet. However, expect to see these buses to be roaming on national roads and highways within the next few weeks.

We will be categorizing them per island so don’t be confused.

Luzon

  1. Angat, Bulacan – North EDSA, Quezon City
    How much is the one-way fare? P240
  2. Angat, Bulacan – Lawton (with special stopover at Tutuban)
    How much is the one-way fare? P248
  3. Balagtas, Bulacan – North EDSA
    How much is the one-way fare? P120
  4. Pandi, Bulacan – North EDSA
    How much is the one-way fare? P175
  5. Plaridel, Bulacan – North EDSA
    How much is the one-way fare? P170
  6. Calamba, Laguna – Makati (with Special Stops in Cabuyao, Laguna)
    How much is the one-way fare? P220
  7. Calamba, Laguna – BGC/Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City (with Special Stops in Cabuyao, Laguna)
    How much is the one-way fare? P220
  8. Calamba, Laguna – Lawton (with Special Stops in Cabuyao, Laguna)
    How much is the one-way fare? P240
  9. NAIA/PITX – Baguio
    How much is the one-way fare?: P1,080
  10. Clark – Baguio
    How much is the one-way fare? P700
  11. Philippine Arena – Clark
    How much is the one-way fare? P300
  12. Philippine Arena – Calumpit, Bulacan (with Special Stops in Bocaue)
    How much is the one-way fare? P110
  13. Philippine Arena – La Union
    How much is the one-way fare? P980
  14. Philippine Arena – Central in Quezon City
    How much is the one-way fare? P100
  15. Batangas City – Alabang
    How much is the one-way fare? P320
  16. Batangas City – Lawton
    How much is the one-way fare? P420
  17. Batangas City – Ortigas
    How much is the one-way fare? P410
  18. Batangas City – PITX (Quezon City)
    How much is the one-way fare? P400
  19. Lipa, Batangas – Alabang
    How much is the one-way fare? P250
  20. Lipa, Batangas – Lawton (With Special Stop at Buendia)
    How much is the one-way fare? P340
  21. Lipa, Batangas – Ortigas
    How much is the one-way fare? P340
  22. Lipa, Batangas – PITX
    How much is the one-way fare? P330

Read: New P2P Bus Routes in Taguig

Visayan region

  1. Cebu City – Lapu-Lapu City (with special stops in Mandaue City)
    How much is the one-way fare? P80
  2. Cebu City – Danao City, Cebu (with special stops in Mandaue City, Consolacion, Liloan, Compostela)
    How much is the one-way fare? P315
  3. Cebu City – Sibonga, Cebu (with special stops in Talisay, Minglanilla, Naga, San Fernando, Carcar City)
    How much is the one-way fare? P300
  4. Iloilo City – Iloilo International Airport
    How much is the one-way fare? P80
  5. Iloilo City – Caticlan
    How much is the one-way fare? P920
  6. Iloilo City – Kalibo Airport
    How much is the one-way fare? P720

NOTE: We didn’t list down the destinations from the cheapest to the highest. As you can see, it’s a mix up but we have listed them accordingly based on their region.

Read: 8 New Ro-Ro Routes to be Rolled Out

This is important and effective because if you happen to be a passenger or commuter who takes these routes, then you might want to have premium experience when commuting.

With the new routes for P2P buses, you can avoid the stressful and toxic Manila and Visayan traffic and rush hour instances, you just have to swallow the price but as long as it’s better and it’s more convenient, why not? Right?

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