The Department of Transportation (DOTr) and Ayala Land opened a new bus terminal in Makati.

The One Ayala Bus Terminal is located at the corner of Ayala Avenue and EDSA, ready to serve commuters coming from the Makati Business District.

The transit-oriented development will serve as the Ayala stop of the EDSA Busway, a dedicated median lane for buses initiated by the DOTr and the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority.

“A large percentage of the daytime population of Makati are commuters, and this is why we give utmost importance to having well-designed public transportation facilities. Being an inclusive city, we would like to ensure that we provide the proper transport infrastructure to serve all members of our community,” said Bobby Dy, president and chief executive officer of ALI.

The bus stop has three terminals that serve southbound buses, PUVs, and modern jeepneys. It can accommodate over 300,000 passengers daily. Commuters can expect clean restrooms, food kiosks, and spacious queuing areas.

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Passengers headed northbound will have access to the station through the McKinley-Ayala Footbridge which is directly connected to the 2nd Floor of One Ayala Ave.

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