LIST: Available routes at Paranaque Integrated Terminal Exchange

Aika Rey
Here are the available routes as of November 12

TERMINAL. The mega-terminal in Paranaque opens November 10, 2018. Photo from DOTr

MANILA, Philippines – The Philippines’ first integrated terminal is now open to service routes between Metro Manila and nearby provinces.

Inaugurated by President Rodrigo Duterte on November 5, the Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange (PITX) finally opened shop on November 10. (LOOK: The Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange)

The modern terminal will house transportation bays for buses, jeepneys, and UV Express shuttles, as well as commercial spaces and office buildings. (READ: Here’s your Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange guide)

TERMINAL. This image shows how to go to PITX. Photo from PITX

Here are the available routes as of November 12:

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UBE Express (Every 1 hour and 30 minutes starting 6 am to 9 pm)

  • NAIA Terminals 1, 2, 3, 4
  • Ortigas/Robinson’s Galleria

DNS Transport (Every 30 minutes from 5:30 am to 4:30 pm)

  • Makati City
    • First stop: Landmark
    • Second stop: Circuit

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BAYS. Premium point-to-point, provincial, and city buses' loading bays are located at the first floor of PITX. Photo by Ben Nabong/Rappler

Provincial

  • Cavite
    • Alfonso
    • Amadeo
    • GMA
    • Indang
    • Magallanes
    • Maragondon
    • Mendez
    • Naic
    • Tagaytay
    • Tanza
    • Trece Martires
  • Batangas
    • Balayan
    • Calatagan
    • Nasugbu

City

  • SM Fairview
    • via Gil Puyat-Ayala Avenue
    • via Pasay-Rotonda-EDSA
  • Novaliches
  • Monumento
  • Sapang Palay
  • Navotas Terminal
  • Malanday

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JEEPNEY. Loading and unloading bay for jeepneys are also located at the first floor of PITX. Photo by Adrian Portugal

Provincial

  • Cavite
    • Paliparan via Molino
    • Dasmariñas and DBB-C/DBB-1 via Aguinaldo Highway
    • Imus via Aguinaldo Highway
    • Bacoor via Aguinaldo Highway

City

  • Modern air-conditioned jeepneys
    • SETSCO
      • Pasay/Taft Avenue-Buendia via Okada-MOA-Senate-World Trade Center
      • Manila/Taft Avenue-Vito Cruz via MOA-Senate-CCP
    • DyipKo
      • Lawton via Roxas Boulevard-Luneta-Intramuros
  • Traditional Jeepneys
    • All routes pass either Taft Avenue-Pasay Rotonda or FB Harrison-Mabini Street
      • Quiapo
      • Blumentritt
      • Divisoria
      • Escolta
      • Dapitan

– Rappler.com

Aika Rey

Aika Rey is a business reporter for Rappler. She covered the Senate of the Philippines before fully diving into numbers and companies. Got tips? Find her on Twitter at @reyaika or shoot her an email at aika.rey@rappler.com.