Genesis Transport

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Genesis Transport Service, Inc.
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Founded1991
Headquarters704 EDSA Corner New York St., Cubao, Quezon City, Philippines
Service areaLuzon
Service typeProvincial Operation & Tourist
Alliance
DestinationsMetro Manila, Central Luzon & Northern Luzon
Fleet300+
OperatorGenesis Transport Service, Inc.
WebsiteGenesis Transport

Genesis Transport Service, Inc., also known as Genesis Transport or simply Genesis, is a provincial bus company in the Philippines, operating routes connecting Metro Manila to Central Luzon and Northern Luzon.

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The name of the bus company Genesis is a biblical word meaning "the beginning".

Half of the letter "G" in its logo shows the Philippine map, representing the center of the company's operations.

History[edit]

Genesis started its operations in 1991, with a shuttle bus between Paskuhan village and the malls in Metro Manila.[1] From there, it grew to owning three buses, which it operated with a crew of six people, and two partners. In 2007, Genesis Transport had a total of 300 buses, servicing routes to key destinations in Central Luzon; including Tarlac, Bataan, Cabanatuan City, Aurora, Baguio City.

In 2009, the company was one of the sponsors of the 5th Philippine Bird Festival in Bataan.[2]

Subsidiaries[edit]

Manila Genesis Charters & Tours, Inc.[edit]

Genesis Transport has opened a new subsidiary, known as Manila Genesis Charters & Tours, Inc., in 2006 as a Philippine corporation and is duly registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission. This company is offering chartered tourist service and shuttle service in Clark Special Economic Zone in Pampanga.

Joybus[edit]

In August 2010, Genesis Transport started a new service called Joy Bus - a wifi-equipped, 28-seater executive coach with comfort room initially catering non-stop transport to Baler, Aurora. In April 2012, Joy bus extended its service from Cubao - Baguio, Avenida - Baguio, NAIA - Baguio, Pasay - Baguio and Balanga - Baguio.

North Genesis[edit]

In 2010, Genesis Transport Service, Inc. announced its partnership between Dagupan Bus Co., Inc. and Saulog Transit Inc., but in early 2015, the Baguio - Cubao route was acquired by Genesis Transport and rebranded into North Genesis.

Fleet[edit]

Genesis Transport utilizes and maintains the following:

  • Daewoo BV115 (2012-present)
  • Daewoo BH117H (2018-present)
  • Golden Dragon XML6103 (2011-present)
  • Golden Dragon XML6122 (2017-present)
  • Golden Dragon XML6127 (2014-present)
  • Guilin Daewoo GDW6121 (2014-present)
  • Hino Grandecho (2015-present)
  • Yutong ZK6119H92 (2015-present)
  • Yutong ZK6122HD9 (2014-present)
  • Yutong ZK6107HA (2012-present)
  • Yutong ZK6119HA (2010-present)
  • DMMC DM12 (2016-present)
  • Santarosa Nissan Diesel JA450SSN (2006-present)
  • Santarosa SR NV620 (2008-present)
  • Volvo B7R Autodelta (2017-Present)
  • Zhongtong Magnate (2017-Present)

Fare Classes[edit]

  • Ordinary Fare (61 or 66 seater)
  • Regular Air Conditioned (41, 45, 49 or 53 seater)
  • Deluxe (45 seater; 2 x 2 seating for Baler and Baguio trips only as of today)
  • First Class (28 seater; 2 x 1 seating for Baler and Baguio trips only as of today)

Destinations[edit]

Metro Manila[edit]

Provincial Destinations (from Metro Manila)[edit]

Inter-Provincial Destinations[edit]

  • San Fernando City, Pampanga - Cabanatuan City/San Jose City via Arayat, Cabiao and Gapan City.
  • Baguio City - Mariveles via Dau and San Fernando City, Pampanga.

Images[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bus firm serves Clark airport". Philippines Daily Inquirer. 30 March 2007. Retrieved 10 June 2014.
  2. ^ "5th Philippine Bird Festival". Mybataan.com. September 21, 2009. http://www.mybataan.com/content/view/451/96/. Retrieved July 10, 2010.
  3. ^ "Bus firm serves Clark airport". Philippine Daily Inquirer. March 30, 2007. Retrieved July 10, 2010.
  4. ^ Rowthorn, Chris (2003). Philippines. Lonely Planet. p. 152. ISBN 978-1-74059-210-9.
  5. ^ "Walking down history lane". Manila Bulletin. July 16, 2008. Archived from the original on June 7, 2011. Retrieved July 10, 2010.

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