BGC Bus Routes and Bus Route Maps for 2018 | Coins.ph

A BGC Bus Route Guide for Rush Hour, Nights, and Regular Days

With Taguig being a premier hotspot for work and play, Bonifacio Global City has definitely upped their public transport game. The BGC/Fort Buses are comfortable and reliable, but figuring out the BGC bus routes for 2018 can be confusing for first-timers.

The first thing you should know is that most routes are open as early as 6AM and are typically accessible until 10PM. For more details, here are a few routes you should know.

Regular BGC Bus Routes

Central Route

When: Monday to Sunday (6AM to 10PM)

This route has 9 stopovers starting from Market! Market! From there it will take you through One Parkade, RCBC, Net One, Bonifacio Stopover, Crescent Park West, HSBC, The Globe Tower, Nutriasia, and the University Parkway. As the name suggests, this route will take you from the starting point around the general BGC area.

East Route

When: Monday to Sunday (6AM to 10PM)

If you’re coming from EDSA or the Ayala station, be sure to get off via the East exit. Once out, towards the right should be a pedestrian lane right across Shell Station. From here, you can stopover anywhere around HSBC, The Globe Tower, Nutriasia, university parkway, and Market! Market!

Lower West Route

When: Monday to Friday (6AM to 10PM)

If you’re headed the other direction, coming from the Ayala station, you can also take the lower west route passing through McKinley Rd. It has three stopovers starting from the same EDSA Ayala starting point as the East Route, with stops in RCBC, Net One, an Fort Victoria.

North Route

When: Monday to Friday (6AM to 10PM)

This is the longest route for regular days and hours. It has 1 stopover, with the North Station as its starting point. From there, you get to go anywhere around the Uptown Park Suites, Park Triangle, BGC Turf, The Globe Tower, RCBC, Net One, Bonifacio Stopover, Crescent Park West, Nutriasia, Uptown Mall, and Uptown Parade.

BGC Bus Routes During Rush Hour

Lower West Route

When: Monday to Friday (6AM to 10AM) and (5PM to 10PM)

This route takes you through McKinley Parkway and the lower west side of The Fort starting from the Ayala Station. From there, your three stopovers are RCBC, Net One, and Fort Victoria

Upper West Route

Monday to Friday (6AM to 10AM) and (5PM to 10PM)

As the name suggests, this route takes you to the upper west side through Buendia Avenue to and Kalayaan Flyover. Starting from EDSA Ayala, your stops include the Bonifacio Stopover and the Crescent Park West.

Tip: For a faster commute, use your beep™ card to tap in and out of the bus. You can buy beep™ load on the go with the Coins.ph Android app!

Evening BGC Bus Routes

Monday to Friday (10PM to 6AM)

Whether you just got off a long mid shift or just got out of a long night of partying, BGC still provides a ride home up to the wee hours. As this is the only route available during the ungodly hours, this is the longest BGC bus route with 15 stopovers.

Like the previous routes, the starting point is EDSA Ayala with stops in McKinley Parkway, RCBC, Net One, Bonifacio Stopover, Crescent Park West, HSBC, The Globe Tower, Nutriasia, University Parkway, Market! Market!, One Parkade, RCBC, Net One, Bonifacio Stopover, and Fort Victoria.

Don’t Forget Your  Beep™ card

Besides offering reliable public transport to everyone, BGC buses also let you use your Beep™ card for all your trips.

Just like with the MRT, all it takes is a tap of your card at the bus station and you’ve paid for your bus fare. Just be sure to load up your card before going to avoid any hassles.

If you’re caught in a pinch, you can always load up your beep™ card through your Coins.ph wallet. Easy peasy!

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