Heading to Circuit Makati? You Can Hop on an E-Jeep From One Ayala Starting May 24

It's now easier to get to the popular events place.

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PHOTO BY Facebook/Make It Makati

(SPOT.ph) One Ayala Terminal is the latest transport hub in Makati City. Two months after it officially opened comes the introduction of a new jeepney service that will link it to another hub: Circuit Makati.

Starting on May 24, e-jeepneys will be available at P2P Lane at One Ayala and Gallery Drive at Circuit Lane. Operations run from 6:00 a.m. to 10 p.m. on weekdays and 8:30 a.m. to 12 a.m. on weekends.

Located in the heart of Makati City, Circuit Makati has been making all the buzz thanks to the multiple events being held there. From art exhibitions to concerts to sports events every weekend, it's no wonder people near and far flock to this place.

If you're lucky, you might even catch a ride on the all-too-familiar light blue vehicle with hearts all over it. We're talking about Makati City's modern and eco-friendly version of the Love Bus from the '80s.

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Also read: Here Are the Routes at One Ayala’s New PUV Terminal

E-jeepney route to Circuit Makati

The journey from One Ayala to Circuit Makati spans some four kilometers, but this isn't a point-to-point service. You can get conveniently dropped off at various parts in the city since the e-jeepney will follow the Makati Loop route.

The route will be passing through the streets of Ayala Avenue, Makati Avenue, and Kalayaan Avenue.

  • One Ayala
  • Greenbelt 3
  • Saint Andrew the Apostle Parish Church
  • Ayala Triangle Gardens
  • Makati Medical Center
  • Century City Mall
  • Makati City Hall
  • Circuit Makati
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PHOTO BY Facebook/Circuit Makati
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You can also opt to ride a traditional jeepney near the area at Ayala Malls Circuit from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Here are the routes for that:

  • Mantrade/Kayamanan – PRC – Circuit
  • Pasay/Libertad – PRC – Circuit
  • Ayala - Zapote

Also read:  One Ayala’s P2P Buses Can Take You to NAIA, Katipunan, Nuvali, and More

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