Lucban Transportation

  • Tricycle in Lucban
    Tricycle in Lucban
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  • Jeep in Lucban
    Jeep in Lucban
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    Tricycle in Lucban

    by freddie18 Written Aug 18, 2007

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    Although I did not use public transport when I last visited Lucban, I can see a lot of tricyle plying the streets.

    I am giving you an idea of how a tricyle looks like in Lucban. This means of transport is very common anywhere in the Philippines servicing small streets in towns, cities, and provinces. If you are a tourist from other country, I recommend that you take a tricycle for short distance trip. It is a safe vehicle provided you are travelling in small streets within the community.

    Come along, let us take a tricyle and explore the beauty of this historical town.

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    Jeep in Lucban

    by freddie18 Written Aug 18, 2007

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    Another safe means of public transport in Lucban is their very own Jeep. You will only see and experience Jeep in the Philippines and its towns, cities, and provinces all over the country.

    If you are visiting Lucban, take a jeepney for long distances within the municipality and the neighboring towns. It is fast at times but safe considering the fact that I used its services half of my life.

    Take a look at the picture of my Jeep in Lucban. This is a bigger version. The normal size of this is a 15-seater including the driver. The jeep in the picture would accommodate at least a little more than twenty passengers.

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    JAC LIner Bus

    by kemisteryoso Written Sep 23, 2010

    You can take this Bus going to Lucena City at LRT Buendia corner Taft Avenue. It is more comfortable and the terminal organize.

    Then from Lucena Grand Central Terminal or SM City Lucena you can take a passenger jeep or Van to Lucban.

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    Leave Your Car; Ride The Tricycle

    by cyndymc Updated Jul 13, 2009

    From Laguna, we travelled by car. We knew that some roads are blocked during the Pahiyas. So, we just parked our car on the shoulder of the road near the gate of Southern Luzon Polytechnic University. From there, we hailed a tricycle to bring us to Plaza Rizal. I was surprised that we were charged only P7 per person. I thought the driver would take advantage of us tourists, and charge us a higher price. On our way back, we were charged the same price of P7 per person.

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    Private Vehicle

    by cyndymc Updated Aug 13, 2009

    We always go to Lucban by car; that way, we have more control of our time and route. The first time we went there, we went via Tiaong and Tayabas since we visited other places, but in our succeeding visits, we took the Pagsanjan-Majayjay route. This is a more scenic and less traffic option.

    We drove thru the SLEX, exited in Calamba, then headed to the direction of Los Banos, Sta. Cruz, then Pagsanjan and Majayjay until we reached Lucban.

    Alternatively, you can pass through the Pagsanjan-Luisiana route.

    Since Lucban is a small town, we usually leave our car at the parking area of the Church, then walk around. But when we went there on the eve of the Pahiyas, the roads around the church were blocked with "tiangges" so we had to leave our car at the shoulder of the national highway near the Southern Luzon Polytechnic University.

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    BLTB or Another Bus

    by cyndymc Updated Jul 13, 2009

    I personally haven't tried commuting to Lucban, but according to a former officemate, you can go there by bus from Pasay (BLTB) or Buendia (JAM/other buses). You can opt to take the bus to Sta. Cruz, Laguna and get off at Pagsawitan to get a jeepney (oddly big jeep) bound for Lucban, or take a bus to Lucena City and get a jeepney at the Grand Central Terminal bound for Lucena.

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    Long Jeepney

    by cyndymc Written Jul 13, 2009

    From Sta. Cruz (Pagsawitan Terminal) or Lucena (Grand Central Terminal), you have to take a jeepney bound for Lucban. From Sta. Cruz, travel time is 2-3 hours, and from Lucena, travel time is 3-4 hours, depending on the prevailing weather and road condition at the time of your travel.

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    Buses and Jeeps

    by sweet_sentiments Written Feb 12, 2004

    You'll need a bus from Manila to Sta. Cruz then a jeep from Sta. Cruz to Lucban, Quezon. Don't be surprised if you found people climbing the roof of jeepneys instead of getting inside.

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