LTFRB launches Alabang-Makati P2P bus service

The Department of Transportation and Communications and the Land Transportation and Franchising Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has announced that they have launched a third point-to-point (P2P) route between Alabang and Makati.

rrcg transport • LTFRB launches Alabang-Makati P2P bus service

Photo from RRCG Transport Facebook page.

The new route, under the RRCG Transport, will have pick-up points at Alabang Town Center in Alabang and Greenbelt 1 in Makati.

“Residents from southern Metro Manila and parts of Cavite will now have a more convenient transportation option that will provide them significant travel time savings and enhanced passenger experience when traveling to the central business district,” said DOTC Secretary Jun Abaya.

Other operational routes are Trinoma-Makati (Froehlich Tours) and Ortigas-Makati (HM Transport). The LTFRB plans to add new routes including North EDSA-Ortigas, Alabang-Ortigas, and Fairview-Makati.

source: DOTC

Louie Diangson
  1. Can you consider sandigan makati & vice versa .

  2. M.A.N, Volvo and Mercedes-Benz buses. These are good choices when maintained properly. Other bus companies with dilapidated units shoud’nt be jealous.

  3. Hello. Just want to ask if Froehlich Tours will, in any way, be a part of the new alabang-makati p2p service? If not, I think the picture is a bit misleading. Thanks.

  4. “… including North EDSA-Ortigas, North EDSA-Ortigas, and Fairview-Makati.”

    Pardon me but I could not decipher the diferrence between North EDSA-Ortigas (first one) and North EDSA-Ortigas second one). Would you mind enlightening me? Tahnks.

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