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2020 • 12 • 7

With travel restrictions being eased and destinations reopening up to tourists and returning residents alike, more people are considering traveling again. However, things are very different now. There are more protocols and travel requirements to ensure health and safety, and regulations are still in place for accommodations, establishments, and transportation.

The holidays are just around the corner and many are looking forward to going back to their provinces to spend time with their families. Some provincial bus companies have resumed operations albeit under strict restrictions and with very limited routes. Among them is JAM Liner, a popular choice for those coming from and going to the CALABARZON region.

What terminal does JAM LINER BUS use?

JAM Liner currently has only 3 routes and they’re all to and from various spots in Batangas. All these work on a point-to-point basis.

In Metro Manila, JAM Liner uses the Paranaque Integrated Terminal Exchange (PITX), which is not the main hub for buses to and from the Southern Tagalog Region.

In Batangas, JAM uses the following terminals:

  • Batangas Grand Terminal
  • JAM Lemery Terminal
  • SM Lipa Bus Terminal

JAM Bus Schedule & Fare

Manila to Batangas

  • PITX to Batangas Grand Terminal
    7:30 am – 5:00 pm
    Fare: Php 200
    Discounted fare: Php 160
  • PITX to JAM Lemery Terminal
    6:15 am – 5:00 pm
    Fare: Php 220
    Discounted fare: Php 176
  • PITX to SM Lipa Bus Terminal
    6:40 am – 5:00 pm
    Fare: Php 156
    Discounted fare: Php 125

Batangas to Manila

  • Batangas Grand Terminal to PITX
    5:30 am – 4:00 pm
    Fare: Php 200
    Discounted fare: Php 160
  • JAM Lemery Terminal to PITX
    5:30 am – 4:00 pm
    Fare: Php 220
    Discounted fare: Php 176
  • SM Lipa Bus Terminal to PITX
    5:30 am – 4:00 pm
    Fare: Php 156
    Discounted fare: Php 125

JAM Liner Passenger Travel Requirements

  1. PNP issued Travel Authority/Pass at the point of origin issued within 48 hours prior to departure.
  2. Valid ID as proof of the following:
    – Residence or Place of Origin
    – Age
    – Place of employment or school
  3. Written consent to undergo COVID-19 testing and/or quarantine as may be required by the LGU either at the point of origin or destination. Written consent ONLY! Not the actual test!
  4. Other documents as may be required by the current IATF and LGU guidelines.

Rules to Follow when Taking the Bus

The LTFRB also has some reminders for the passengers. These “7 Commandments” are implemented in all public transportation modes including buses:

  • Always wear a mask and a face shield.
  • Talking and speaking on the phone is not allowed.
  • Eating is prohibited.
  • Proper ventilation in PUVs must be maintained.
  • Disinfection should be done regularly.
  • Passengers with symptoms of COVID-19 are not allowed to ride public transportation.
  • Proper physical distancing or the “one-seat apart” rule must always be observed.

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What time Bus leaves lemery to alabang for today travel