BGC Bus: EDSA-Ayala Bus Terminal

The EDSA-Ayala Terminal is the main stopover of the BGC buses with different routes to different parts of Bonifacio Global City. You can reach this terminal by boarding Bus B or C along EDSA (or any bus that will pass through EDSA) and then alight at Ayala Bus Stop B. You can also reach it through MRT and then disembark at MRT Ayala Station.

The terminal is situated on the ground floor of the McKinley Exchange Corporate Center at the corner of EDSA and McKinley Road on the side of Forbes Park and near MRT Ayala Station. It should probably be called EDSA-McKinley Terminal, but the official BGC website refers to it as EDSA-Ayala so we’ll go with that.

EDSA-Ayala bus terminal locationAll bus routes below are available on weekdays from 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM.

North Express Route

  • EDSA-Ayala Terminal: main terminal.
  • Arya Residences: along McKinley Drive near Arya Residences Tower 2.
  • Nutri Asia: 30th St. cor 9th Ave. in front of JY Campos Centre.
  • HSBC: along 5th Ave. between 32nd St. and 30th St. in front of W Fifth Avenue building and across HSBC Centre.
  • BGC Turf: the actual bus stop is along Justicia Drive in front of MC Home Depot, 72 meters from BGC Turf.
  • Globe Tower: 7th Ave. corner Lane Q across Globe Tower.
  • BGC Arts Center: along 7th Ave. between 26th St. and Federacion Drive.
  • EDSA-Ayala Terminal: main terminal.

Upper West Route

  • EDSA-Ayala Terminal: main terminal.
  • Bonifacio Stopover: 31st St. corner Rizal Drive
  • Crescent Park West: 1st Ave. corner 31st Ave. and across Bonifacio Technology Center.
  • EDSA-Ayala Terminal: main terminal.

Lower West Route

  • EDSA-Ayala Terminal: main terminal.
  • McKinley Parkway: along 5th Ave. near the intersection with McKinkey Road and besides Singapore Embassy.
  • RCBC: 26th St. corner 5th Ave. across RCBC Savings Bank Corporate Center.
  • Net One: along 3rd Ave. between 26th and 27th St., but closer to the latter.
  • Fort Victoria: Rizal Drive corner 5th Ave.
  • EDSA-Ayala Terminal: main terminal.

East Express Route

The East Express Route merely connects the two main bus terminals, the EDSA-Ayala Terminal and the Market! Market! Terminal. Hence, this route travels from EDSA-Ayala Terminal to Market! Market! and vice-versa.

Posted on February 15, 2017. Last updated on 02 Jul 2019.
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