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28 New P2P Bus Routes Added by LTFRB

The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has announced the opening of 28 new P2P bus routes. The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) recently started accepting applications from private companies to cover the said routes, which will now include Cebu, Aklan, and Iloilo.

Here are the new P2P routes:

P2P routes from P2P routes to One-way fare
Angat, Bulacan North EDSA, Quezon City P240
Angat, Bulacan Lawton P248
Balagtas, Bulacan North EDSA P120
Pandi, Bulacan North EDSA P175
Plaridel, Bulacan North EDSA P170
Calamba, Laguna Makati P220
Calamba, Laguna BGC/Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City P220
Calamba, Laguna Lawton P240
NAIA/PITX Baguio P1,080
Clark Baguio P700
Cebu City Lapu-Lapu City P80
Cebu City Danao City, Cebu P315
Cebu City Sibonga, Cebu P300
Iloilo City Iloilo International Airport P80
Iloilo City Caticlan P920
Iloilo City Kalibo Airport P720
Philippine Arena Clark P300
Philippine Arena Calumpit, Bulacan P110
Philippine Arena La Union P980
Philippine Arena Central in Quezon City P100
Batangas City Alabang P320
Batangas City Lawton P420
Batangas City Ortigas P410
Batangas City PITX P400
Lipa, Batangas Alabang P250
Lipa, Batangas Lawton P340
Lipa, Batangas Ortigas P340
Lipa, Batangas PITX P330

Point to Point Buses
Image Credit: @preciousgracetransport via Facebook

P2P buses have been a popular alternative for commuters and even private car owners due to their convenience and premium offerings.

Currently, these are the available P2P routes:

The buses feature cushioned recliners, free WiFi, and even entertainment pads on select vehicles.

Banner Image Credit: @metroflex_02 via flickr

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