• A free resource dedicated to the Premium Point to Point Bus service of Metro Manila.
  • Built and maintained by teko.ph team who commute daily by P2P bus.
  • Spend less time at the bus station inhaling pollution and collecting dust.
  • Give your loved ones peace of mind and let them see you on your way.
  • Help reduce passenger congestion at P2P bus stations, specially during peak hours.
  • Stay informed, follow the latest updates, and plan your time and day accordingly.
  • For a free resource, Web App is more economical with the latest web technologies.
  • No downloads from App stores and no annoying updates, ever.
  • Web App is easier to develop and maintain.
  • Go to p2pbus.ph homepage on your mobile device Chrome or Safari browser.
  • Click on the top right menu of your browser and select Add to Home Screen to bookmark it.
  • Look for the P2P icon, like a normal App icon, on your home screen, that’s it!
  • To enjoy the features, sign-up, login and enable your GPS.
  • You don’t have to sign up to use this site, you can freely browse other resources.
  • You must sign up to use the crowdsourced feature as it only works if P2P bus riders contribute their GPS locations.
  • Members help you with their GPS location therefore help them with yours too. You will be completely anonymous to other users.
    It likely went to your spam box, check there.
    It likely went to her/his spam box, ask her/him to check there.
  • Via crowdsourcing, all logged-in users share their GPS location with the rest.
  • Data is processed to determine an estimated count of passengers at a P2P bus station.
    • Green icon: Lookin’ good, 1-30 passengers waiting at the station.
    • Yellow icon: Keep an eye on me, 30-60 passengers waiting at the station.
    • Red icon: Don’t waste your time there, 60+ passengers stuck at the station.
  • The more P2P bus commuters joining this feature, the more accurate it will be. So please help spread the word!
  • Login then go to Settings:
    • Set a new Nickname (replace the default one)
    • Set your “Location sharing” to ON
    • Set your “Location sharing period” (default is 1 hour after enabling Location sharing)
    • Send an invitation via “Share your location” to anyone you want to share your location with (up to 3 people). Your partner(s) must have an account to accept your invitations, invite her/him to join P2P bus community!
  • Once your partner accepts your invitation, your Nickname will appear on your partner’s Track map. Your partner’s Nickname will also automatically appear on your Track map.
  • Only you and your paired partner(s) can track each other.
    Your partner logged out but she/he is still sharing her/his location with you.
  • No because your device goes into power saving mode and your GPS location cannot be read.
  • If you login and keep your screen open then your partner(s) can watch you moving.
    The practice of tapping into the collective resources of humans and things, mainly via the internet, and building something useful out of it.
  • We initially built it to solve our own pain as we use P2P bus service every day.
  • We were tired of often wasting our time at the station, standing in line inhaling pollution and day dreaming of a tool that could help us eradicate our inefficiencies.
  • We get asked by our loved ones: How far are you? What is your ETA? So we decided to give them peace of mind too and let them track us.
  • There is no central source of P2P bus info. Now there is!
    We are teko.ph team working on a larger crowdsourced platform that helps you easily connect with professional and background-checked technicians for on-site services.
    Nope, not even with the NBI or the CIA. What happens on P2P Bus Service Planner, stays on P2P Bus Service Planner!
    Nope. It’s a free resource to help you plan, we do not offer 100% accuracy but we do our best since we use it too. The community-based and crowdsourced feature can only get better if more P2P bus commuters join. So please do your part and help spread the word.
    Absolutely! For any additions or corrections, message us on Facebook or email us at hello@p2pbus.ph. We built it on our free time, so please be patient until we get back to you and resolve raised issues.
    Just help us spread the word. The more P2P bus commuters using this free resource, the more accurate it will be, guaranteed! If you enjoy our free Web App, give us at least a thumbs up on Facebook.