Taguig transport hub breaks ground
Construction of the Taguig Integrated Terminal Exchange is expected to start in the second half, the Department of Transportation said.
The project, a joint venture with property giant Ayala Land Inc., will be a six-storey building on a 5.57 hectare property inside the FTI compound. It is targeted to be operational by the first half of 2020.
It will house a passenger concourse, a centralized ticketing area, several business and retail establishments, and a bus bay which can accommodate 4,000 buses and 160,000 passengers daily.
It will also feature a pedestrian walkway connection to the PNR FTI station and the proposed subway system.
Taguig ITX will cater to all provincial buses plying the south of Luzon, Visayas and Mindandao destinations.