There are numerous ways to commute in and out of Metro Manila. This page highlights some of the modes of transportation within Metro Manila.
The Ayala Fort Bus serves as a link between the Makati Central Business District and Fort Bonifacio Global City. It mainly passes by McKinley Road, McKinley Parkway, 5th Avenue, 26th Street, Rizal Drive, and 32nd Street.
Electric Jeeps (E-Jeep)
One of the routes in the Makati CBD. This route mainly passes by Dela Rosa, Salcedo, Legaspi, and Benevidez in Legaspi Village.
One of the routes in the Makati CBD. This route mainly passes by H.V. Dela Costa, Valero, Sedeno, and Makati Avenue in Legaspi Village.
The LRT otherwise known as the "Yellow Line" or "Line 1" is composed of 18 stations which are stretched across Taft Avenue and Rizal Avenue (C3)
The LRT-2 otherwise known as the "Purple Line" or "Line 2" is composed of 11 stations which are stretched across Aurora Boulevard.
The MRT otherwise known as the "Blue Line" or "Line 3" is composed of 13 stations which are stretched across EDSA. Its operating hours are from 5:00 AM - 1:00 AM during weekdays, and 5:30 AM - 10:30 PM during weekends.
The PNR Southrail otherwise known as the "Orange Line" is a train route passing by Metro Manila and some provinces down south such as: Laguna, Caivite, Quezon, Camarines Sur, and Albay.