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Philippines : P2P buses in Balagtas, Pandi and Plaridel are already on the road.

Premium Point-to-Point or P2P Bus ride started from Balagtas, Pandi and Plaridel towns to EDSA-North Avenue in Quezon City.

According to Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) spokesperson Mikael Andre Degilla, at HM Transport Inc. it is granted its concessionaire to travel.

All three routes are on an hourly drive to EDSA-North Avenue from 4:30 am to 7:30 pm.

On the other hand, the P2P Bus ride home from Balagtas, Pandi and Plaridel is from 6 am to 9:30 pm.

The P2P Bus terminal is located at EDSA-North Avenue in Trinoma Mall.

Jojo Fernandez, HM Transport Inc.'s master station, explained that the route from Balagtas to EDSA-North Avenue was temporarily leaving the Tabang Exit of the North Luzon Expressway or NLEX.

It is undergoing rehabilitation the Balagtas-Pandi Provincial Road which runs off Plaridel Bypass Road which is also on the NLEX Balagtas Exit.

Its temporary terminal is opposite the Ultra Mega-Balagtas adjacent to the terminal of other buses traveling to the town. The permanent P2P Bus terminal is currently operating near the municipal office.

For Pandi-EDSA North Avenue, its terminal is located at the Shell gas station in Barangay Mapulang Lupa. The P2P Bus route from Pandi runs the Plaridel Bypass show on NLEX via Balagtas Exit.

In Plaridel, the P2P terminal is located within the Primark Mall, just beside its boundary or boundary in Pulilan. It also appears in Plaridel Bypass so it is now at the Balagtas Exit of NLEX and without the usual route to Sta. Rita Exit.

In connection with this, Fernandez said that HM Transport Inc. is temporarily used their new buses from China awaiting the company's lowered-type buses.

P2P is a Department of Transportation project initiated in 2016, further expanded by the Duterte administration to further provide a convenient, fast and secure terrestrial transportation system.

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