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Alps The Bus
File:An Alps The Bus N 767.jpg
An Alps The Bus N 767.jpg
An Alps The Bus N 767 embarking passengers in Naga City, Camarines Sur
IndustryLand Transport
Founded 📆1991
Founder 👔Arcadio L. Perez
Headquarters 🏙️Diversion Road, Bolbok,
Batangas City
Area served 🗺️
Key people
Consolacion E. Perez
Number of employees
🌐 Websitealpsthebus.com/2015
📇 Address
📞 telephone

ALPS The Bus Inc. is a Philippine bus transport company based in Batangas City. with its credo, "Serbisyong Totoo. Tunay na Batangueño!"


The name "ALPS The Bus" is derived from the founder of the company, Mr. Arcadio L. Perez and his sons, thus A.L.Perez & Sons.


It started in 1991 as ALPS Express, a Single Proprietorship company by Arcadio L. Perez started with only one Japanese surplus bus unit, routing from Batangas to Manila and vice versa. From that, they expanded with additional 3 units in 1992, then another 4 units in 1994.

Apparently, the growth has been a tremendous outbreak for ALPS The Bus when they are capable of buying brand new units (mostly from Columbian Motors Corporation, a local manufacturer of buses in the Philippines). More buses have been acquired, increasing the number to 51 units. The company has since then increased its service as well as its routes servicing Batangas City - Alabang - Lawton - Cubao and vice versa.

Knowing the expansion, the company moved their location in a lot along Diversion Road, Bolbok, Batangas City. It has been leased for its official terminal.

In 2001, ALPS expanded their operations to Mindoro with the help of Super Cat Lines. ALPS also rented a terminal in Cubao, Araneta Center, as well as the terminal in another town, Lemery, Batangas.[1]

Today, their routes had reached from Manila, Batangas, Bicol Region and even to as far as Iloilo.[2][3]


This is their fleet as of 2016:

  • Santarosa Daewoo JetLiner BV115
  • Santarosa Daewoo Executive BH117H (available only for Bicol trips)[4]
  • Santarosa Nissan Diesel PKB Body (Paired with FE6D Front Engine and fitted to PKB212N Chassis)
  • Santarosa Nissan Diesel UD Exfoh Body (Paired with FE6C Front Engine and fitted to SP215NSB Chassis and Paired with PE6T Rear Engine and fitted to RB46S Chassis/Long Wheel Based Type)
  • Santarosa Nissan Diesel SR620 NV Series (Paired with FE6C Rear Engine and fitted to JP251PSN Chassis and also paired with PF6A Rear Engine fitted to JA430SSN Chassis) and they used this model to re-body some of their Nissan Diesel EXFOH Rear Mounted Engine Units.
  • Santarosa Nissan Diesel JA450SSN Chassis and PF6T Rear Type Engine (Eurobus Body)
  • Yutong ZK6107HA[5]
  • Yutong ZK6119H
  • Yutong ZK6122HD[6]


These are their routes as of 2015[3][7]

  • Taft - Batangas City Pier / San Juan, Batangas via EDSA, C-5 Road, Turbina
  • Alabang - Batangas City Pier via Turbina
  • Cubao - Batangas City Pier via EDSA, C-5 Road, Turbina
  • Cubao - San Juan, Batangas via C-5 Road or Turbina
  • Cubao - Naga / Legazpi / Tabaco / Sorsogon City / Gubat, Sorsogon
  • Alabang - Naga / Legazpi / Tabaco / Sorsogon City

Passenger Terminals[edit]

A Santarosa Jetliner BV 115, ALPS The Bus RJ Ross (R-727) heading to Batangas Pier

These are the terminals of their reach as of 2015[8]

Metro Manila[edit]

  • Starmall Alabang, Muntinlupa City
  • Cubao, Quezon City - EDSA and Araneta Center Bus Port
  • Taft Avenue, Pasay City (near LRT Gil Puyat Station)
A Santarosa Nissan Diesel Euro, ALPS The Bus Consolacion (707), embarking for passengers

Provincial Destinations[edit]

  • Turbina, Calamba, Laguna
  • Batangas City, Batangas
  • Lipa, Batangas
  • Malvar, Batangas
  • San Juan, Batangas
  • San Jose, Batangas
  • Tanauan, Batangas
  • Atimonan, Quezon
  • Calauag, Quezon
  • Candelaria, Quezon
  • Gumaca, Quezon
  • Lucena, Quezon
  • Pagbilao, Quezon
  • Plaridel, Quezon
  • Sariaya, Quezon
  • Tagkawayan, Quezon
  • Baao, Camarines Sur
  • Del Gallego, Camarines Sur
  • Iriga City, Camarines Sur
  • Libmanan, Camarines Sur
  • Milaor, Camarines Sur
  • Nabua, Camarines Sur
  • Naga City, Camarines Sur
  • Ragay, Camarines Sur
  • Sipocot, Camarines Sur
  • Pamplona, Camarines Sur
  • Pili, Camarines Sur
  • Camalig, Albay
  • Daraga, Albay
  • Guinobatan, Albay
  • Legazpi City, Albay
  • Ligao City, Albay
  • Oas, Albay
  • Polangui, Albay
  • Tabaco City, Albay
  • Castilla, Sorsogon
  • Sorsogon City, Sorsogon
  • Gubat, Sorsogon


ALPS The Bus is owned by the Perez Family in Dagatan, Taysan, Batangas and is led by the father himself, Arcadio L. Perez, from which the name ALPS was coined. He's the founding chairman and the former President and General Manager of the company, whose then succeeded by his wife, Consolacion E. Perez[9] following Arcadio's death. His children are also involved in the major operations of the company: Felix E. Perez is the Vice President for Operations and the Purchasing Manager. Lourdes Perez-Cleofe is the Corporate Secretary, who is also acting as SVP-Finance Executive.[10]

External links[edit]


  1. "About Us". ALPS The Bus, Inc. 2015-03-28. Retrieved 2016-11-08.
  2. "Bus Travel Philippines | Fare Calculator | Trip Calculator". Silent Gardens - Philippines Islands Vacation & Travel Advice. Retrieved 2016-11-08.
  3. 3.0 3.1 "Routes and Destinations". ALPS The Bus, Inc. 2015-04-04. Retrieved 2016-11-08.
  4. "ALPS The Bus Inc. - Photo of SR Daewoo BV117 unit of Alps The Bus". www.facebook.com. Retrieved 2016-11-11.
  5. "Pinoy Bus Fanatic - Photo of Yutong ZK6107HA of Alps The Bus Inc". www.facebook.com. Retrieved 2016-11-11.
  6. "Pinoy BUS Enthusiast - Photo of Yutong ZK6122HD of Alps The Bus Inc". www.facebook.com. Retrieved 2016-11-11.
  7. "ALPS BUS - PHBus Online Booking". www.phbus.com. Retrieved 2016-11-08.
  8. "Terminals". ALPS The Bus, Inc. 2015-04-04. Retrieved 2016-11-08.
  9. Burger, Yuri. "ALPS THE BUS - Key People". www.aihitdata.com. Retrieved 2016-11-08.
  10. "ALPS The Bus, Inc". www.alpsthebus.com. Retrieved 2016-11-08.

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