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Vallacar Transit Incorporated
Ceres Liner No5446.jpg
A Yanson FB4J bus unit of Ceres Liner, with body number 5446.
Slogan"First In Service * Foremost In Fleet Maintenance"
ParentYanson Group of Bus Companies
Founded1968
HeadquartersBarangay Mansilingan, Bacolod City
Service areaVisayas, Zamboanga Peninsula Metro Manila
Service typeLand Transport
Fleet200+ Bus units (Hino Motors, Kinglong, Nissan Diesel, Yutong)
OperatorVallacar Transit Incorporated
Websitehttp://vallacartransit.net/

Vallacar Transit Incorporated (VTI) is under the giant umbrella of the Yanson Group of Bus Companies (YGBC). The bus company is a family-owned and managed business that has grown from a lone 14-seater jeepney plying a single route called Ceres Liner, to a conglomerate of transportation companies with a combined number of operating units of 838 transport vehicles as of January 2010, operating and serving in the Visayas, as well as the Zamboanga Peninsula in Mindanao. The company pioneered inter-modal services between Negros and Cebu.

History[edit | edit source]

The company was founded in 1968 by Ricardo B. Yanson (died October 25, 2015) and his wife, Olivia Villaflores Yanson, beginning with the purchase of one jeepney unit. This effort ultimately became a jeepney-assembly business. In the early 1970s, the market was flooded with Ford Fieras; the couple decided to diversify into a small bus line which plied the Bacolod City-Valladolid-La Carlota route (hence, ValLaCar) and christened it as the Ceres Liner.[1]

The Ceres Liner grew and expanded through the years. Their service had reached from Negros to the Visayan provinces of Iloilo, Capiz, Aklan, Cebu, Bohol, Leyte and Samar, as well as Zamboanga del Norte and Zamboanga City in Mindanao.

Brands[edit | edit source]

Ceres Liner was the first branding under Vallacar Transit Incorporated which was named after the youngest sister of the founder, Ricardo Yanson Sr. As their operations expanded, several brands are added with different functions and area of operations.

Brand Function / Description
Ceres Liner The bus brand for ordinary fare buses of Vallacar Transit Incorporated.
Ceres Tours The bus brand for air-conditioned buses of Vallacar Transit Incorporated.
Sugbo Transit A newly formed bus brand under Vallacar Transit Incorporated after the sellout of D'Rough Riders Express in Cebu City.
Vallacar Transit Incroporated - Transport Engineering and Bus Body Assembly Plant (VTI-TEBBAP) The coachbuilding division of Yanson Group of Bus Companies. Although the division serves for the whole YGBC Bus Companies, the management and supervision is under the name of Vallacar Transit Incorporated
Ceres Pasalubong A food stop for Vallacar Transit Incorporated and is found in all of their terminals. The management is under EY Group of Bus Companies, a sister company of Yanson Group.
Ceres–Negros A football team under Vallacar Transit Incorporated

Bases[edit | edit source]

A Ceres Tours while embarking passengers.

Their subsidiaries are sub-divided by bases. These are based on their area of their operation, and their base number shall be the prefix number for their bus fleets. Yanson Group started this practice in 2005 after they bought out Lilian Express Inc., and felt that re-organizing their company is needed.

There are four bases under Vallacar Transit Incorporated:

Prefix Base Address Subsidiary
5 Bacolod Masilingan, Bacolod City Ceres Liner
6 Iloilo Jaro, Iloilo City Ceres Liner
7 Dumaguete Calindagan, Dumaguete City Ceres Liner
8 Cebu Rizal Ave. Ext., Cebu City And Ouano Ave., Mandaue City Ceres Liner and Sugbo Transit

Destinations[edit | edit source]

Since the re-organization of Yanson Group of Bus Companies in 2005, Rural Transit of Mindanao is sub-divided into bases in which has different areas of service and destinations.

Bacolod Base[edit | edit source]

A fleet of Vallacar Transit Incorporated at Bacolod City, Negros Occidental
Ceres Tours 5046 heading to La Carlota, Negros Occidental

The Bacolod Base is located at Masilingan, Bacolod City with its terminal hub at Ceres Bus Liner North Terminal, Mandalagan, Bacolod City and at Bacolod City South Terminal, Luzuriaga St, Bacolod City. It is also the main base for Vallacar Transit Incorporated. The base is assigned as Base 5 of Yanson Group of Bus Companies. Their routes are from Bacolod City to the rest of the Negros Island Region, Cebu and Zamboanga City.

Iloilo Base[edit | edit source]

Iloilo Base is located at Jaro, Iloilo City with two terminal hubs at the new Ceres Terminal, Brgy. Balantang, Jaro, Iloilo City and Iloilo City - Antique Bus Terminal at San Pedro St, Molo, Iloilo City. The base is assigned as Base 6 of Yanson Group of Bus Companies. Their routes are from the cities of Iloilo and Roxas to the rest of Western Visayas.

NORTHERN LINES: From Ceres Terminal, Jaro, Iloilo City

CENTRAL LINES: via Passi City (From Ceres Terminal, Jaro, Iloilo City)

  • Iloilo City - Passi City & V.V.
  • Iloilo City - Calinog via Passi City & V.V.
  • Iloilo City - Roxas City via Passi City & V.V.
  • Iloilo City - Kalibo via Passi City & V.V.
  • Iloilo City - Caticlan via Kalibo & V.V.
  • Iloilo City - Buruanga via Kalibo & V.V.

CENTRAL LINES: From Ungka Terminal, Pavia, Iloilo

  • Iloilo City - Roxas City via Calinog, Tapaz, Dumalag & V.V.
  • Iloilo City - Kalibo via Calinog, Tapaz, Jamindan & V.V.
  • Iloilo City - Jamindan via Calinog, Tapaz & V.V.
  • Iloilo City - Tapaz via Calinog & V.V.

ANTIQUE LINES: From San Pedro, Molo Terminal, Iloilo City

  • Iloilo City - Caticlan via San Jose De Buenavista & V.V.
  • Iloilo City - Kalibo via San Jose, Culasi, Pandan, Libertad & V.V.
  • Iloilo City - Culasi
  • Iloilo City - Pandan
  • Iloilo City - Libertad
  • Iloilo City - Bugasong
  • Iloilo City - San Jose via Tobias Fornier/Anini-y/Casay
  • Iloilo City - Dao via Anini-y

LOOP SERVICE: Plying Roxas City-Estancia & V.V.

  • Roxas City - Estancia & V.V.
  • Roxas City - Balasan via President Roxas, Pilar & V.V.

Dumaguete Base[edit | edit source]

Dumaguete Base is located at Calindagan Road, Dumaguete City with its own terminal hub at the same location. The base is assigned as Base 7 of Yanson Group of Bus Companies. Their routes are from Dumaguete City to the rest of the Negros Island Region, Cebu and Zamboanga City.

Cebu Base[edit | edit source]

Cebu Base is located at Rizal Ave. Ext., Cebu City and Ouano Ave., Mandaue City with two terminal hubs at Cebu North Bus Terminal at Subangdaku, Mandaue City and at Cebu South Bus Terminal at N. Bacalso Avenue of Cebu City. The base is assigned as Base 8 of Yanson Group of Bus Companies. Their routes are from Cebu City to the rest of Central Visayas, Eastern Visayas, Zamboanga del Norte and Zamboanga City.


Fleet[edit | edit source]

Vallacar Transit Incorporated has several units from Chinese brand buses. Some of their fleets are also provided by their parent company's coach building division, Vallacar Transit Incorporated - Transport Engineering and Bus Body Assembly Plant (VTI-TEBBAP).

Airconditioned Units[edit | edit source]

  • Yanson ViKing
  • Yanson Legacy
  • Yutong ZK6858H
  • Yutong ZK6127HA
  • King Long XMQ6129Y5A
  • King Long XMQ6871CY
  • King Long XMQ6125AY

Ordinary Fare Units[edit | edit source]

  • Yanson Crius RK
  • Yanson Crius FF1J
  • Yanson FB4J
  • Yutong ZK6858H9
  • King Long XMQ6859Y
  • King Long XMQ6107Y

See also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

External links[edit | edit source]


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