Good news for night owls and late-night workers in Bonifacio Global City (BGC)! 

Starting April 15, 2024, the BGC Night Buses are extending their operating hours, running until 5:00 AM to ensure commuters can get on, get home, and get going with ease, even in the wee hours of the morning.

The expansion of the BGC Night Bus service comes as a response to the growing demand for accessible and reliable transportation during late hours. Now, residents, employees, and visitors in BGC can enjoy the convenience of a safe and efficient mode of transportation throughout the night.

BGC Bus Night Route Schedule

The route covers key areas within BGC, ensuring accessibility to various establishments, residential areas, and transportation hubs.

The BGC Night Buses will operate from 12:00 midnight to 5:00 AM, providing extended service to cater to commuters during the late-night hours.

The stops include:

EDSA Ayala Terminal
  • McKinley Parkway
  • Finance Center
  • The Fort
  • Net One
  • Bonifacio Stopover
  • BGC Turf

  • Avida 34th
  • Uptown Parade
  • The Globe Tower
  • Fort Victoria
  • University Parkade

With this extended service, commuters can enjoy a hassle-free journey home after a late-night out, work shift, or event, without the worry of limited transportation options. Moreover, the initiative aligns with BGC's commitment to enhancing public transportation accessibility and promoting safety and convenience for all residents and visitors.

The extended BGC Night Bus service is set to make late-night travel more convenient and accessible for everyone, fostering a vibrant and dynamic city that never sleeps. So whether you're catching up with friends, burning the midnight oil at work, or simply enjoying the city's nightlife, rest assured that the BGC Night Buses have got your back, ensuring a smooth ride home whenever you need it.


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