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Here are the PITX routes commuters need to know

Where are the jeepneys and the buses passing and going?

Will this help remove provincial vehicles from inner-city traffic? PHOTO FROM DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

As you know, the Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange transport hub is now open to the commuting public. It’s a great way to travel to and from Metro Manila if you live in nearby provinces like Cavite, Laguna and Batangas. And we’re sure many such travelers are now seriously considering completely giving up car use during the week and just utilizing the transport system made possible by the PITX.

Just one question: What routes exactly are being served by the hub right now?

The Department of Transportation has answered this question by issuing a list of serviced routes at the moment. Keep this list if you intend to ride any of the jeepneys or buses that make stops at the PITX.


Modern jeepneys:

  • Pasay/Taft Avenue – Buendia (via Okada-MOA-Senate-World Trade Center)
  • Manila/Taft Avenue – Vito Cruz (via MOA-Senate-CCP)
  • Lawton (via Roxas Boulevard-Luneta-Intramuros)

Traditional jeepneys:

  • Quiapo
  • Blumentritt
  • Divisoria
  • Escolta
  • Dapitan

(Route 1 via Taft Avenue-Pasay Rotonda; Route 2 via F.B. Harrison-Mabini)


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


  • SM Fairview
  • Novaliches
  • Monumento
  • Sapang Palay
  • Grotto
  • Navotas Terminal
  • Malanday

(Route 1 via Gil Puyat Avenue-Ayala Avenue; Route 2 via Pasay Rotonda-EDSA)


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


  • NAIA Terminals 1, 2, 3 and 4
  • Ortigas/Robinsons Galleria
  • Makati City (1st stop at Landmark; 2nd stop at Circuit)

The DOTr adds that NAIA Terminals and Ortigas/Robinsons Galleria routes are via UBE Express, which operates every 1.5 hours from 6am to 9pm.

Also, the PITX-Makati-PITX route is via DNS Transport, which has the following schedules:

  • 5:30am to 9:30am (every 30 minutes);
  • 9:30am to 4:30pm (every hour); and
  • 4:30pm to 9pm (every 30 minutes).

It’s that simple and easy (we think). We’ll give some of the routes a try one of these days. We hope you’ll do, too.

Vernon B. Sarne

Vernon is the founder and editor-in-chief of VISOR. He has been an automotive journalist since July 1995. He became one by serendipity, walking into the office of a small publishing company and applying for a position he had no idea was for a local car magazine. God has watched over him throughout his humble journey. He writes the ‘Spoiler’ column.