DOTr, LTFRB to add 6 city bus routes this week

After the Department of Transportation (DOTr) and the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) announced the opening of 100 jeepney routes in Metro Manila after general quarantine (GCQ), they announced that they were adding the first six additional city bus routes A number of streamlined city bus routes serving the National Capital Region (NCR) are beginning to implement (GCQ).
Below you will find a list of the routes to be added as well as the corresponding tariff matrix for public supply buses (PUBs), which serve our commuters from now on.
June 16, 2020:
Route 14 (Ayala-Alabang)
Route 15 (Ayala-Biñan)
Route 27 (PITX-Trece Martires)
June 18, 2020:
Route 23 (PITX-Sucat)
Route 26 (PITX-Naic)
Route 30 (PITX-Cavite City)
In the meantime, here is the list of bus routes that have been in existence since the first week of June:
Part of route E (EDSA carousel)
* to expand MRT-3 / partial operation
Route 1 (Monumento to Balagtas)
Route 2 (Monumento to PITX)
Route 3 (Monumento to the Valenzuela Gateway Complex)
Route 4 (North EDSA to Fairview)
Route 5 (Quezon Avenue to Angat)
Route 6 (Quezon Ave. to EDSA Taft Ave.)
Route 7 (Quezon Avenue to Montalban)
Route 8 (Cubao to Montalban)
Route 9 (Cubao to Antipolo)
* to expand LRT-2
Route 11 (Gilmore to Taytay)
Route 13 (Buendia to BGC)
Route 16 (Ayala Ave. to FTI)
Route 17 (Monumento to EDSA Taft)
* to expand LRT line 1
Route 18 (PITX to NAIA Loop)
Route 21 (Monumento to San Jose del Monte)
Route 24 (PITX to Alabang)
Route 25 (BGC to Alabang)
Route 28 (PITX to Dasmariñas)
Route 29 (PITX to General Mariano Alvarez)
The gradual opening of bus routes is based on the government's gradual approach to public transport.
In accordance with the mandate of the Inter-Agency Task Force for Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) and DOTr, the operation of public transport is gradually being restored. With the start of the GCQ, point-to-point buses (P2P), taxis, TNVS (Transport Network Vehicle Services) and PUBs began operating on certain routes.
The LTFRB reminds operators and drivers of PUBs to follow governmental protocols to prevent the spread of COVID-19, e.g. For example, wearing a face mask and gloves, cleaning and disinfecting the individual unit before and after each flight, or blocking opaque and transparent materials every two hours, and maintaining passenger seating capacity in accordance with IATF-EID and DOTr guidelines.
Photos from the LTFRB Facebook page
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