The Department of Transportation has launched new routes for the Premium Point-to-Point (P2P) Bus Service: Clark – Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) and Clark – North EDSA, Quezon City.
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The new routes will be available starting today, September 15, Friday, and will cater to passengers coming from Clark International Airport going to NAIA-3 and vice versa. The Clark – NAIA route will have stop overs in Robinson’s Galleria and Resorts World Manila, where passengers may be dropped off or picked up. Another route, Clark – Trinoma in North EDSA and vice-versa, will also be available.
The first trip will be at 4 AM and the last trip will be at 9 PM for both routes. The fare is Php350 from Clark to NAIA and Resorts World, Php300 to Robinson’s Galleria, and Php250 to Trinoma.
The P2P buses will be operated by Genesis Transport Service that will roll out 48 brand-new units to serve the two routes. The buses are equipped with comfortable reclining seats, Wi-Fi, GPS, CCTV, and other safety features. These features are expected to make the long distance travel from Pampanga to Manila a lot safer and more comfortable.
The DOTr plans to launch six more routes this year: Clark to Lubao in Pampanga, Dagupan in Pangasinan, Subic in Zambales, Malolos in Bulacan, Tarlac, and San Jose in Nueva Ecija.