ES Transport Avenida Terminal

At long last, the LTFRB, after several meetings with stakeholders (e.g. bus companies, LGUs), has allowed several provincial buses going to and from Metro Manila to operate beginning September 30.

LTFRB said the modified provincial routes to be opened are for provincial buses from Regions 3 and 4A as the economy gradually reopens. (mb)

Please be aware though that the pick-up and drop-off terminals would be at Paranaque Integrated Terminal Exchange (PITX) and Araneta Center Bus Terminal ONLY at this point. Therefore, the previously busy bus terminals in Alabang, LRT Buendia, Avenida, Monumento and Cubao are still not in operation yet.

For complete details about PROVINCIAL BUS ROUTES that are back in operation beginning October, click HERE!

Getting Here

  • 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.

Shopping

Along Rizal Avenue, there are several makeshift stores for souvenirs or go to the Ordeon Terminal Mall for more options.

Contact Details

Source

ES Transport Website – www.estransport.ph

ES Transport Facebook page: facebook.com/ESTransportationGroup

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