From topgear.com.ph by Jason Tulio
Point-to-point (P2P) buses are fast becoming the preferred daily transport option for a lot of people. Sure, we love using and driving our cars, but with traffic getting increasingly worse, something has to give. We give all the credit in the world to those ladies and gents who have given up the comfort of their own ride and have instead opted for public transport.
For those who have to ferry between Makati and Las Piñas on a daily basis, we have some good news. Starting today, San Agustin Transport Service buses will run a P2P route from Pilar Station in Las Piñas City to Circuit Lane in Makati City, and vice versa. The first trip started today at 5:30am, and costs P100 a ride.
The service runs until 7pm from Las Piñas and up to 9pm from Makati. The bus has a few pick-up and drop-off points in Makati, before heading to the Skyway directly towards the Las Piñas stop. You can check out the Department of Transportation’s (DOTr) post below for a visual explanation of the route.
(Editor’s Note: According to the Department of Transportation Philippines Facebook Page, the bus leaves every 15 minutes). You may direct your other questions to them as they reply diligently on Facebook.