Traffic > Transit

Victory Liner now serving P2P bus routes from Clark

Going to Subic and Dagupan (and back, of course)

This looks like a fleet of world-class buses. PHOTO FROM VICTORY LINER

In January, we told you about the planned additional P2P bus routes in Metro Manila and Luzon. Well, provincial bus operator Victory Liner will now serve two new point-to-point bus routes in Central Luzon—routes that were not included in the Department of Transportation’s earlier announcement.

The two new routes will start from Clark International Airport in Pampanga and will bring passengers to either Subic Bay in Zambales, or Dagupan in Pangasinan. In a statement, Victory Liner operations manager Ronald Sarmiento said that the new routes will mostly serve tourists who want to explore Northern and Central Luzon, and make life easier for homecoming overseas Filipino workers whose families are based in Zambales, Tarlac, Bataan and Pangasinan.

What a convenient service for those arriving at or departing from the Clark airport. PHOTOS FROM VICTORY LINER

For the Clark-Subic route, the bus will travel through the towns of San Fernando, Layac and Dinalupihan, and then take SCTEX in Palihan. Fares are pegged from P180 to P260. Pick-up and drop-off points are:

  • Clark International Airport;
  • SM City Clark;
  • Victory Liner San Fernando Terminal;
  • Victory Liner Dinalupihan Terminal; and
  • Victory Liner Harbor Point Terminal (Olongapo).

For the Clark-Dagupan route, the bus will traverse the Subic-Clark-Tarlac and Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union expressways, and pass through the towns of Carmen and Urdaneta. Fares are from P270 all the way to P405. Passengers will be picked up and dropped off at the following points:

  • Clark International Airport;
  • SM City Clark;
  • SM City Carmen; and
  • SM City Urdaneta Central.

Below is the complete schedule of trips:

Download and share this with your loved ones. IMAGE FROM VICTORY LINER

Victory Liner’s new P2P bus service started yesterday, March 12. Instead of traveling from Manila-based airports to Bataan, Pampanga, Pangasinan and Subic, tourists and OFWs now have the convenient option of taking flights that land at or take off from Clark International Airport. Tell your friends and relatives about it.

Red Santiago

A jack of all trades, Red is passionate about cars, motorcycles and audio. He sometimes drives for a ride-hailing app company—just because he really loves driving.