Turbina Bus Terminal

Last Updated on September 13, 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 Turbina, then watch the video below.

Bus Companies

Philtranco

Jam 

Superlines

Jac Liner

The Waiting area and the Ticketing Office in the Philtranco Bus Terminal - one of the terminals in Turbina.

The Turbina Bus Terminal is actually a collective term coined for the number of terminals of different bus companies in Brgy. Turbina. Buses coming from Manila get to pick up more passengers here bound for Bicol and the Visayas.

Getting Here

  • By private vehicle: Google Maps
  • By public transport:
    • From South
      • Ride a bus going to Cubao or LRT Buendia. Get off at Turbina Bus Terminal.
    • From North
      • Ride a bus going to Sta Cruz, Laguna. Get off at Turbina Bus Terminal.

Operating Hours

  • 24/7
The Superlines bus terminal in Turbina.

Food

  • Jollibee 
  • Mcdonalds across the road
  • Mercury Drug for groceries and medicines
  • Mister Donut

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