Commute confidently, wherever you are.
Batteries might die, but print isn’t dead.
We've improved printing: larger maps, bigger text, and a cleaner layout! While in a route, just hit CTRL + P (or ⌘ + P ) or click the icon.
No data, no 3G, no problem. Soon.
We know texting is still the backbone of most mobile users’ lives, so we’re polishing our SMS service and will be releasing it soon. Stay tuned.
It’s one thing to be used, it’s another to be loved.
Don't take our word for it: our users love us. See what fans and press have to say.
Sobrang astig po ng @sakayph— kielian (@_srph) May 2, 2014
Really enjoyed using this sakay.ph app. 👍— Jera Gallero (@jeragallero) August 18, 2014
thank you sakay.ph for helping me not take a cab to spend more than i have to on commutes— Roy Steven Eriga (@roy_eriga) March 12, 2014
i feel so validated because the route i use is the same one http://t.co/owfllQ3X8q recommends hah— Sam (@TheHamSammich) October 8, 2013
Kudos to http://t.co/L3Ec7fSiQo for giving me a new route home to Cubao in a more affordable price compared to my usual route. CHECK IT OUT!— Gelo Gonzales (@GeloChoi08) February 25, 2014
Worked flawlessly. Super useful. Autofills locations, gives clear directions, multiple options, and how much each... http://t.co/lwOjpwjKc8— Reina Reyes (@reina_reyes) February 25, 2014
sakay.ph is godsend— O'Bannon (@trishaobannon) July 18, 2014
— Gian Rufin (@gianrufin) February 21, 2015
Type Chefs Garb and your point of origin to get your way to our store. Sakay na sa sakay.ph! http://t.co/qalqEticmd— chefsgarb (@chefsgarb) October 11, 2013
Kudos to the Sakay PH App developers. Ayos 'to. Di na talaga ako maliligaw. Hahaha. #Bandila— Klarens (@epiclence) February 25, 2014
— Migs Sagcal (@MigsSagcal) February 17, 2015
Sakay.ph is a lifesaver.— J. Bernárd San José (@nadzsanjose) February 2, 2015
— Whystopover (@dreidel18) October 4, 2013
VIDEO: Web app na Sakay.ph, makakatulong sa mga commuters http://t.co/eaRHY2pyMZ— GMA News Online (@GMANewsOnline) October 9, 2013
— Sakay.ph (@sakayph) September 10, 2014
— angelo arboleda (@ghelobytes) August 4, 2014
Installed the @sakayph app on my phone, & checking it out. Looks like a great app for Metro Manila commuters! Check it out on the app store.— Christa U. 黃綺思 (@xtauymatiao) February 21, 2015
Naaaliw ako sa sakay.ph marunong nako magcommute haha— mariell kua ✨ (@maryellowcab) May 12, 2014
Frequently Asked Questions
So, what’s all this, then?
Sakay.ph is a web service and app that helps people use jeepneys, buses, and trains in Metro Manila. It's like Google Maps or Waze, but for commuting!
Do you have an app?
You can also visit Sakay.ph on your smartphone or tablet's built-in browser! For real. Check it out.
Does this work everywhere?
We currently support the Metro Manila area, and are working to expand outwards. Stay tuned!
Wow. Is this free?
You bet. We expect to keep the service and app free for the foreseeable future.
We may add additional features down the line, but the current feature set — searching for routes online and in the app, sharing links, printing directions, and embedding widgets — should remain free.
I’m having trouble getting my ”Current Location”.
There are a few possible reasons:
- You didn’t allow us access to your location.
- Your browser or OS has location services disabled.
- Your PC or phone does not have GPS or Wi-Fi.
Your directions are wrong. What gives?
Sorry about that! The baseline data was graciously provided by the DOTC, LTFRB, MMDA, and other agencies. It’s choppy because volunteer students from UP actually rode around in jeepneys with smartphones tracing their path.
We’ve been working hard to improve this, however. We now include additional routes (such as the Fort buses, among others), and have been updating metadata such as fares when we can. If you want, feel free to contribute with a pull request!
You never reply to any of my texts </3
Turns out using a regular, normal phone for a gateway isn’t such a great idea. Nor is using a regular SIM card and unli-text. We’ve since taken it down.
I liked your old site design better.
Who built this thing, anyway?
I’d like to learn more about how you built this.
The current version is built on top of React. We’re also putting a new blog up soon, but some of us find writing articles harder than writing code.
This is cool. Can you build my website / app / game / house?
If you've got an application, site or game idea that you'd like to build with us, drop us a line atand we'll see what we can do. We’re often fully booked, but we'll do our absolute best to help you out!
Houses, though. Houses we can’t do very well. Yet.