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    How to Get to Taguig City Hall: Map, Commute, Directions

    Tutubi recently looked for information on how to get to Taguig City Hall but surprisingly found none. He got there using Open Street Map and shuttle service rides from Market! Market! in Bonifacion Global City.

    Here's the information he's imparting to you if you're looking to apply for business permits in Taguig City Hall, marriage licenses, birth certificates, NBI/police clearance, or claim drivers licenses due to traffic violation tickets.

    How to Get to Taguig City Hall:

    Map of Taguig City Hall here via OpenStreetMap.

    How to Commute to Taguig City Hall

    From Pateros: ride a jeepney with signboard with Bicutan or B. Bayan

    From MRT Ayala Avenue Station (Makati): take a The Fort Bus to Market! Market! then take the FX/GTExpress going to Taguig City Hall via Signal Village

    From MRT Guadalupe Station (Makati): ride a jeepney to Market! Market near Jollibee and McDonalds (minimum fare currently P8) then ride the shuttle service to Taguig City Hall

    From Pasig City, either jeepneys from Pasig- Palengke or Pasig Simbahan going to Taguig via Pateros pass by Taguig City Hall

    Driving Directions to Taguig City Hall:

    The best route to Taguig City Hall is via C5 where you take C5-Palar Service road (ilalim) on Carlos P. Garcia Avenue (G-5) then take Levi B. Mariano Avenue
    then right to Gen Luna until you see Taguig City Hall to your right after passing by Puregold Taguig. If you're from SLEX, you can get to C5-Palar Service road when
    you see the Petron Diego Silang gas station then right to Levi B. Mariano Avenue; if you're from the north (e.g. Quezon City), you take the service road after passing by the overpass of McKinley Hill.

    Some time ago, when you you pay Taguig traffic violation ticket (at The Fort Bonifacio Global City, for example) or get your confiscated drivers license, you proceed to Tauig Hall of Justice in Upper Bicutan near PUP Taguig campus and and in front of Camp Bagong Diwa.

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    posted by GingGoy @ 8:43 PM,


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