Point-to-Point (P2P) bus service is an express bus service in the Philippines that allows passengers to travel faster to their desired destination. It is administered by the Department of Transportation and operated by private bus companies in partnership with the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB). It is available in Metro Manila and other parts of the Philippines.

P2P buses only have one pick-up point and one drop-off point making it more convenient to travel from point A to point B. The travel time is less compared to regular buses that have multiple stops. Their departure time is also strictly followed so you will leave on time as scheduled.

During phase one of the General Community Quarantine (GCQ) in Metro Manila from June 1-21, 2020, only P2P buses are allowed. To help you plan your travel, we have listed the LTFRB-approved P2P bus companies that are allowed to operate under the GCQ. It includes their routes and schedule of trips.

P2P Bus Service in the Philippines

There are now multiple companies that offer P2P bus service in Metro Manila and other major cities in the Philippines. In Metro Manila the P2P buses are operated by Delta Neosolutions, HM Transport, MetroExpress, Precious Grace Transport, RRCG, Siant Rose Transit, Saulog Transit, San Agustin Transport, Tas Transport, and Ube Express.

You can check the route and schedule of P2P buses below.

Delta Neosolutions Inc.

HM Transport


Precious Grace Transport


Saint Rose Transit Inc.

San Agustin Transport Service Corp.

Saulog Transit Corp.

Tas Transport

UBE Express

Disclaimer: We are not affiliated with the bus companies listed on this website. If you have complaints about their services, please contact them directly.

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