All 31 city bus routes in Metro Manila now open — LTFRB
MANILA, Philippines — The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has opened all 31 city bus routes in Metro Manila to increase public transportation modes during the quarantine period.
In a statement on Wednesday, LTFRB rolled out Route 10 which is from Cubao, Quezon City to Doroteo Jose in Manila to complete all 31 rationalized city bus routes in the National Capital Region.
UPDATE: Route 10 (Cubao – Doroteo Jose) bukas na upang kumpletuhin ang 31 rationalized city bus routes sa Metro Manila…FEATURED STORIES
Here are 30 other bus routes that opened beginning June this year:
Portion of Route E (EDSA Carousel) to augment Metro Rail Transit-3/partial operational
Route 1 (Monumento-Balagtas, Bulacan)
Route 2 (Monumento – Paranaque Integrated Terminal Exchange)
Route 3 (Monumento-Valenzuela Gateway Complex)
Route 4 (North Edsa, Quezon City-Fairview, Quezon City)
Route 5 (Quezon Avenue-Angat, Bulacan)
Route 6 (Quezon Avenue – Edsa Taft Avenue)
Route 7 (Quezon Avenue – Montalban, Rizal)
Route 8 (Cubao-Montalban, Rizal)
Route 9 (Cubao-Antipolo, Rizal)
Route 11 (Gilmore-Taytay, Rizal)
Route 12 (Kalentong-Pasig)
Route 13 (Buendia-Bonifacio Global City)
Route 14 (Ayala-Alabang, Muntinlupa)
Route 15 (Ayala-Biñan, Laguna)
Route 16 (Ayala Ave.-Food Terminal Inc. in Taguig)
Route 17 (Monumento-Edsa Taft)
Route 18 (PITX-Ninoy Aquino International Airport Loop)
Route 19 (North Edsa-BGC)
Route 20 (Monumento-Meycauayan, Bulacan)
Route 21 (Monumento-San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan)
Route 22 (Monumento-Angat, Bulacan)
Route 23 (PITX-Sucat, Parañaque)
Route 24 (PITX-Alabang, Muntinlupa)
Route 25 (BGC-Alabang, Muntinlupa)
Route 26 (PITX-Naic, Cavite)
Route 27 (PITX-Trece Martires, Cavite)
Route 28 (PITX-Dasmariñas, Cavite)
Route 29 (PITX – General Mariano Alvarez, Cavite)
Route 30 (PITX-Cavite City)
The LTFRB said it implemented the gradual opening of public transportation to ensure that health requirements will be enforced as the threat of coronavirus pandemic continues.
The agency, likewise, reminded operators and drivers of public utility buses to follow strict health protocols to suppress community transmission of the coronavirus disease.
This includes wearing face masks, using gloves, regular disinfection of vehicles per trip, placing transparent materials for shields inside the bus unit and minimum passenger seating capacity.
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