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San Juan, Batangas Transportation

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The San Juan, Batangas is easily accessible by any means of transportation. It is strategically located at the center of major citoes and business districts of Batangas City, Lipa City, Tanauan City, San Pablo City in Laguna and Lucana City, the capital of Quezon.
The Manila Travel Time is approx. 2 hours and 30 minutes via South Luzon Expressway and STAR Tollway.

TRANSPORTATION
BUSES (ALPS)
Time of Trip: From 4 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Routes:
– San Juan to Manila
– Alabang
– Taft / Buendia / Cubao
– Kamias

BUSES (Supreme Transit and Barney Transportation)
Route: Lucena City to San Juan, Batangas

AUV’s TO LIPA – Located at Chavez Plaza, Poblacion, San Juan, Batangas

ROAD NETWORK
The Road Network os San Juan, Batangas is composed of National, Provincial Municipal and Barangay roads with a total length of 323.855 kilometers. The national road is composed of the San Juan – Rosario road (Muzon – Tipas Section) measuring 10 kilometers and the San Juan – Laiya – Hugom – Malabrigo, Lobo Road measuring 27 kilometers for a total of 37 kilometers. The provincial road is composed of Sico – Janao Janao Road (4 kilometers), Tipas – Poctol – Pinagbayanan road, Buhaynasapa – Samprio – Sampangan Road (4.5 kilometers) and Putingbuhangin – Quipot Road (3.7 kilometers)

LOCATION OF TERMINALS / TOURIST INFORMATION CENTERS
Poblacion, San Juan
– Van Terminals
– Jeepney Terminals
– Bus Terminals
– Tricycle Terminals

Talahiban 2.0
– Tourist Information Center

Subukin
– San Juan Port – Marinduque, Masbate, Romblon, and Mindoro

Bataan
– Jeepney Terminal

Laiya Ibabao
– Tricycle Terminal

Laiya Aplaya
– Jeepney Terminal

Hugom
– Jeepney Terminal

Last Updated: November 12, 2013

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  1. Marygrace santos

    Hi how to commute from san pablo city to laiya?

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