In case you missed it, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) recently gave the go signal for modern jeepneys to resume operations in the city under general community quarantine.
The routes, however, only cover Metro Manila for the most part, so only a few trips reach the areas right outside the capital. The same can be said about the public utility buses that the Department of Transportation allowed to resume operations at the start of June. Fortunately for residents of these areas, there are still other options to consider.
Those coming in from Cavite to Metro Manila, for example, can make use of MetroExpress’ P2P shuttle services. The company has reopened routes that begin in the cities of Bacoor and Dasmariñas and stretch out to Makati and Alabang. There are also trips coming from Taguig to Makati or Ortigas. Look:
Now, for the full schedule for each route, you can refer to the other Facebook post below. The information includes the updated trips traveling on weekdays, weekends, and holidays. Check it out:
The company is also reminding its passengers that physical-distancing measures and other safety protocols must be followed while commuting. It’s also worth noting that under GCQ, buses are allowed to operate only at limited capacities.