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Here Are All The Available Routes Via The Newly Opened PITX

Let's hope more are added soon
by Drei Laurel for | Nov 13, 2018
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In case you missed it, the Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange (PITX)—a modernized transportation hub located down south—is now open to serve the public.

The PITX aims to link numerous routes and modes of transportation, in an effort to make life easier for the commuting public. As such, you may find it a little overwhelming being presented with so many options all of a sudden.

Thankfully, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) has released a full list of routes available via the PITX. Here they are below:

P2P bus routes

  1. NAIA Terminals 1, 2, 3 and 4
  2. Ortigas/Robinsons Galleria (available via Ube Express every 1.5 hours from 6am to 9pm)
  3. Makati City: first stop, Landmark; second stop, Circuit (via DNS Transport: 5:30am to 9:30am [every 30 minutes]; 9:30am to 4:30pm [every hour]; 4:30pm to 9:00pm (every 30 minutes])

Modern jeepney routes

  1. Pasay/Taft Avenue–Buendia (via SETSCO, Okada–MOA–Senate–World Trade Center)
  2. Manila/Taft Avenue–Vito Cruz (via SETSCO, MOA–Senate–CCP)
  3. Lawton (via Dyip Ko, Roxas Boulevard–Luneta–Intramuros)

Traditional jeepney routes

  1. Quiapo
  2. Blumentritt
  3. Divisoria
  4. Escolta
  5. Dapitan (route 1: Taft Avenue–Pasay Rotonda; route 2: F.B. Harrison–Mabini Street)

Provincial jeepney routes

  1. Paliparan (via Molino)
  2. Dasmarinas and DBB-C/DBB-1 (via Aguinaldo Highway)
  3. Imus (via Aguinaldo Highway)
  4. Bacoor (via Aguinaldo Highway)

City bus routes

  1. SM Fairview (via Gil Puyat Avenue–Ayala Avenue or Pasay Rotonda–EDSA)
  2. Novaliches
  3. Monumento
  4. Sapang Palay
  5. Grotto
  6. Navotas Terminal
  7. Malanday (Valenzuela)

Provincial bus routes

  1. Alfonso
  2. Amadeo
  3. GMA
  4. Indang
  5. Magallanes
  6. Maragondon
  7. Mendez
  8. Naic
  9. Tagaytay
  10. Tanza
  11. Ternate
  12. Trece Martires
  13. Balayan
  14. Calatagan
  15. Nasugbu

These routes and transportation schedules are as of November 12, 2018. Hopefully, more become available as PITX operations continue.


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