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Bus Stations/Terminals in Pasay Taft Rotonda EDSA LRT/MRT
Public Transportation Bus Terminals in Pasay, Taft Avenue corner EDSA, popularly known as EDSA Rotonda (rotunda referring to the no loner extant roundabout), accessible via LRT EDSA Station, MRT Taft Avenue Station, buses on EDSA and jeepneys passing by Taft Avenue from Baclaran or Manila.
List of Provincial Bus Terminals in the area serving various destinations:
Bus to Cavite and Batangas
Location: EDSA north-bound
Coordinates: 14°32'14"N 120°59'53"E
BLTB (Batangas Laguna Tayabas Bus Company)
Remarks: closed. Just for history's sake. beside Victory Liner, EDSA south-bound
Coordinates: 14°32'19"N 121°0'27"E
Remarks: Daily trips to Olongapo, Baguio City, Tarlac, Cavite City, Mendez and Tagaytay City. Former Royal Eagle Terminal
Location: Taft Avenue northbound
Coordinates: 14°32'10"N 121°0'1"E
Remarks: at the old Inland Trailways Terminal
Coordinates: 14°32'14"N 121°0'22"E
Victory Liner Pasay Terminal (EDSA Malibay)
Daily trips to: Zambales (Olongapo, Iba, Sta. Cruz), Baguio City,
Tuguegarao City, Bulacan (Malolos, Calumpit), Pampanga (Apalit), Tarlac City, Pangasinan (Bolinao, Alaminos, Dagupan), Camiling (Tarlac)
Coordinates: 14°32'21"N 121°0'25"E
Please call the bus company's contact numbers or visit their official website, if any, for current fares, trip schedules, chartered bus rates, reservations, freight (waybill) and other inquiries. Most of these bus companies have special trips to handle peak periods during holidays and long weekends in Holy Week (Palm Sunday, Holy Wednesday, Hole Thursday, Good Friday, Black Saturday, and Easter Sunday), All Saints day, All Souls Day, Christmas Day, and New Years Day.
How to Get to Pasay Rotonda:
you can get there via MRT Taft Avenue Station or LRT EDSA Station. From Quezon City, Quaiapo or Sta. Cruz, you can take jeepneys with signboard Pasay/Taft/Rotonda
trivia: rotonda area in Pasay was used as location shoot for the motorcycle chase scene of the Hollywood movie Bourne Legacy
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