Last Updated on September 6, 2020 by admin
Provincial buses, sadly, are not yet back in operation just like what Spox Harry Roque said in this video. Although, this should be understandable as the movement of people from cities to the provinces and vice versa would significantly increase the cases in the countryside.
The fact that the provincial bus operations has not restarted yet still might confuse you so here’s a photo shared in Facebook that went viral to better understand the situation.
If you want to see for yourself the current situation in Avenida, then watch the video below. It also would not hurt if you subscribe and click the bell icon to get new video updates.
Please disregard the info below as it was posted before the pandemic. It is being used as a basis for comparison. Thank you!
Not all bus companies have a company website that is functional. Not even major bus companies apparently. So it was a breath of fresh air when I was able to get some information from the ES Transport’s website.
Not only that their website was functional, their mobile phone number, posted on their website too, will reply on your queries thus, I was able to add a bit more information. Kudos to you guys!
Provincial Bus Routes
via Bocaue Exit
via Malinta Exit
via Quirino Hwy
ES Transport Avenida Bus Terminal
- By private vehicle: Google Maps
- By public transport:
- From South
Ride a bus going to LRT Gil Puyat Station. Take the LRT and get to the LRT – Doroteo Jose Station. You will see the ES Transport terminal straight away while going down the stairs of the D. Jose Station.
- From North
Ride the LRT line 1 going to Doroteo Jose Station or take the LRT line 2 going to Recto Station. You will see the ES Transport terminal straight away while going down the stairs of the D. Jose Station.
- From South
The ES Transport bus company has a spacious terminal in Avenida. However, it is interesting to note there is not a single seat for passengers while waiting. Hopefully, I am mistaken. Security personnel are visible but this part of Manila is notorious for pick pockets, there are even signs along the road giving warning to the passengers. ATMs are also available at the LRT station or in 7-11.
There’s plenty of convenience stores to choose from along Doroteo Jose St. If you prefer other heavy meals, walk towards the LRT Station, you will see 7-11, Mang Inasal, Jollibee and others.
Along Rizal Avenue, there are several makeshift stores for souvenirs or go to the Ordeon Terminal Mall for more options.