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    AH Raymond Transportation Bus to Real, Infanta, Quezon from Cubao and Lucena

    While passing on Manila East Road in Rizal province en route to Paete, Laguna, Tutubi always notices two bus lines wiating for passengers to and from Infanta going to Lucena City or Legarda St in Manila near Nagtahan.

    Bus lines to Infanta, Quezon:

    AH Transportation
    Route: Lucena City to Infanta, Quezon
    Remarks: from Lucena, it passes Lucban, and Tayabas towns of Quezon, then the Laguna towns of Luisiana, Cavinti, turns right to Manila East Road in Pagsanjan, Lumban, Kalayaan, Paete, Pakil, Pangil, Siniloan then turns right to Famy to Quezon province town of Real and Infanta. (Tutubi regularly sees those buses passing by the highway of Paete (Manila East Road) that's why he's familiar with the bus route)
    Bus Fare: not yet available
    Telephone Number (Infanta bus terminal): Not yet available
    Telephone Number (Lucena bus station): Not yet available

    Raymond Transportation
    Bus Station: 246 Teresita St near Nagtahan in Sampaloc, Manila
    Cubao Bus Terminal: northbound EDSA, Cubao near Victory Liner and Superlines (but mostly Bicol-bound buses)
    Bus Route: Legarda, Manila to Infanta, Quezon via Rizal and Laguna Province.
    Remarks: From Legarda, it goes to Ortigas Avenue, in Pasig then Cainta via Manila East Road, to Taytay, Angono, Binangonan, Cardona, Morong, Baras, Tanay, Pililla, Laguna towns of Mabitac, Siniloan, Famy then turns left at the junction of Manila East Road and the Famy-Infanta Road that ends, where else, in Infanta town proper.
    Travel time: around 3 hours
    Bus Fare: not yet available
    Telephone Number (Cubao): +63.2.492.6994
    Tip: Raymond Bus Line also goes straight to Caramoan, Camarines Sur with daily trip schedules at 7pm (ordinary bus), 730pm (air-conditioned bus) from EDSA terminal at an ordinary daily bus trip at 8pm from Sampaloc terminal.

    Please call AH Transportation or Raymond Transportation contact number or visit their official website (once available) for the latest route information, trip schedules, chartered bus inquiries, Waybill/freight rates, and ticket reservations

    You may also be looking for:
    How to get to Infanta, Quezon, How to get to Lucena City from Rizal Province, Raymond Bus Lines Cubao, AH Bus Lines, How to commute to Infanta, Quezon province.

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    Cubao Bus Stations

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    posted by backpacking philippines @ 10:28 PM,

    5 Comments:

    At Nov 11, 2011, 2:58:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    The very first time I rode on one of these buses was when I was 16 and let me tell you, it was quite a trip... At first I noticed the buses condition, it was old and badly in need of maintenance and repair, I thought to myself "this was fine given the state of our country and everything" so I didn't think much of it... But unfortunately for me this was just the very beginning of my problems, as I got to my seat and sat down, I noticed that I had stepped on a dark-red sticky substance, It smelled a lot like blood... This kinda scared me... did someone just bleed here??... maybe it was blood, maybe it wasn't... anyway the bus started on it's way to Naga from Cubao everything was fine until we exited the expressway... Then, the driver started driving like meth crazed lunatic!! he drove at speeds in excess of 100kph weaving his way through traffic like a motorcycle... except this was no motorcycle, this was a 15 ton bus... and at those speeds, the smallest mistake would have ended up in a major highway accident... Probably fatal... I stayed awake the whole 7 hours it took to get to my destination... I kept thinking I didn't want to die in my sleep or wake up mangled from the bus crash... thankfully I made to my hometown safe... I was lucky... the next day, I saw a raymond bus had crashed it the news, 20 dead... 40 injured... "Holy crap... that could have been me..." I never wanted to ride on that horrible bus company again... ever... 6 years later.. I started taking care of a pet lizard, I needed crickets shipped from manila to naga to feed my lizard... I was looking for a good way to get my items shipped, by this time I had learned how to drive and whenever I drove on the highways, I always saw raymond buses still driving like meth crazed lunatics... I've seen offensive driving, hell, I even do it sometimes... but these guys, they take offensive driving to a whole new level... And then I got my idea, why not Raymond buses?? it only takes them 7 hours while other companies take 10... So I had my supplier send my crickets via Raymond bus and I would pick them up from the bus terminal, this worked out the first couple of shipments but then, I discovered that not only the drivers were reckless and irresponsible, but so were their shipping employees... Upon arrival at their office, I was greeted by a very surly cashier who spoke in an offensive manner inquiring the details about my package. After telling her, she told me that the bus my package was on left for a place called Tigaon(about a four hour drive) and they couldn't receive the package because the office was closed... They were shipping packages without a proper receiving office?! what IS wrong with these people?... I am really angry at this bus company... I really hope they burn in hell... Well I guess it's a four hour drive for me then huh? I wouldn't recommend this bus company to anyone... Unless I wanted them dead... these this would be a good way to commit the perfect murder... HAHAHA... zero out of five stars....

     
    At Mar 28, 2012, 1:53:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    YES YOU ARE CORRECT

     
    At Sep 16, 2012, 9:11:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    And bastos ang mga conductor and some employee...

     
    At Dec 26, 2012, 1:45:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Kaskasero ang mga driver. Akala mo kung sino. Mayayabang ang mga tauhan diyan mula sa dispatcher hanggang sa driver. Kaya ang ginagawa ko minsan na lang ako umuuwi. Yan lang kc ang bus na pumapasok sa amin. Yayabangan ka pa eh sila na nga ang binibigyan mo ng negosyo. Pweh.

     
    At Jan 11, 2013, 2:28:00 PM, Anonymous bus from lcct said...

    How is the bus? Luzurious? Affordable? Suspension wise? Etc..

     

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