BGC Bus: Market Market Bus Terminal

There are jeepneys and FX taxis that travel within the Bonifacio Global City, but they only travel towards Market Market. There are several of them coming from different places from as close as Pateros up to as far as Marikina. I am not familiar with the details on where to wait to board any of these vehicles except for the two enumerated in bullets below:

  1. One route starts at Guadalupe Nuevo, Makati area near EDSA. Along P. Burgos St. and other streets at the back of Hotel Sogo – Guadalupe branch, there are several jeepneys here en route to different destinations so be sure that you board the one with signage “Market! Market!”.
  2. There are also jeepneys with “Market! Market!” signage that traverse the East Service Road in Taguig City passing by Sto. Niño area, TUP Taguig, Nichols, Libingan ng mga Bayani, and TESDA. If you are near any of these areas or landmarks, board one of those jeepneys bearing the “Market! Market!” signage and you will be at Market Market in around thirty minutes.

Central Route

The Central Route buses never leave the boundaries of Bonifacio Global City. Market! Market! serves as its main terminal because several public utility vehicles (PUVs) from outside Bonifacio Global City converge here. It stops at different bus stops in the following order.

  • Market! Market! Terminal
  • One Parkade – facing 28th St. and near its corner with 7th Ave.
  • 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.
  • Bonifacio Stopover – 31st St. corner Rizal Drive
  • Crescent Park West – 1st Ave. corner 31st Ave. and across Bonifacio Technology Center.
  • HSBC – along 5th Ave. between 32nd St. and 30th St. in front of W Fifth Avenue building and across HSBC Centre.
  • Globe Tower – 7th Ave. corner Lane Q across Globe Tower.
  • Nutri Asia – 30th St. cor 9th Ave. in front of JY Campos Centre.
  • University Parkway – near the north entrance of Market Market facing 32nd St.
  • Market! Market! 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 Market! Market! to EDSA-Ayala Terminal and vice-versa.

Posted on February 15, 2017. Last updated on 28 Apr 2018.
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