How to commute to Quezon City from Pasong Tamo Makati?

Last Updated on February 17, 2023

Get to Quezon City from Pasong Tamo Makati via JEEP and MRT-3

Public Transport Guide

  1. Walk

    Distance 288 m

    1. DEPART on to Chino Roces Avenue
    2. RIGHT on to path
    3. RIGHT on to Arnaiz Avenue
  2. JEEP

    Ride T337: Libertad, Pasay-Pasay Rd.

    From: A. Arnaiz Ave. / Pasay Road Intersection, Makati City

    To: South Dr / A. Arnaiz Ave. Intersection, Makati City

    Fare: ₱12

    Provider: LTFRB Service Contracting (PUJ)

  3. Walk

    Distance 307 m

    1. DEPART on to service road
    2. LEFT on to Parksquare Drive
    3. RIGHT on to Palm Drive
    4. LEFT on to Station Road
    5. RIGHT on to path
  4. RAIL - MRT3

    Ride MRT-3: Taft Ave - North Ave

    From: Ayala MRT

    To: Cubao MRT

    Fare: ₱20

    Provider: Manila Metro Rail Transit Corporation

  5. Walk

    Distance 305 m

    1. DEPART on to Farmers Footbridge
    2. LEFT on to steps
    3. RIGHT on to General Roxas Avenue
    4. CONTINUE on to General Roxas
    5. RIGHT on to General Araneta Avenue

Pasong Tamo Makati

About Pasong Tamo Makati

Chino Roces Avenue, formerly known as (and still commonly referred to as) Pasong Tamo, is a prominent north–south road in the cities of Makati and Taguig, Metro Manila, Philippines It runs for 5.80 kilometers (3.60 miles) from Olympia and Tejeros to Fort Bonifacio. The avenue is named after Joaquin "Chino" Roces, journalist, founder of The Manila Times and Associated Broadcasting Company (now TV5), and an opposition figure during the Marcos administration. The fact that the avenue is the...

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Quezon City

About Quezon City

Quezon City (UK: , US: ; Filipino: Lungsod Quezon [luŋˈsod ˈkɛson]), also known as the City of Quezon and Q.C. (read and pronounced in Filipino as Kyusi), is the most populous city in the Philippines. According to the 2020 census, it has a population of 2,960,048 people. It was founded on October 12, 1939, and was named after Manuel L. Quezon, the second president of the Philippines. The city was intended to be the national capital of the Philippines that would replace Manila, as the...

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