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diary Cebu Jeepney Number Codes and Routes

pepsncoks Jeepney Number Codes Cebu

If it is your first time in Cebu City, you might wonder what are those numbers are for on top front and side of the jeepney.. that’s for jeepney routes actually. It is easy for someone to get lost if missed to ride a correct route. Even Cebuanos from remote towns who seldom visits the city can be lost, how much more for people not living in Cebu or just visiting Cebu from other countries?


This portion of the blog will give an idea what this codes means and their corresponding routes.

The jeepney code here is 12L and can be found visibly in front-top and both sides-left and right.


In addition to this indicator, there is a big mark indicating the route point names like Labangon-Ayala. Aside from it, in front of the driver, their is a small board flip each time where the jeepney headed into like Labangon-Ayala if it is going to Ayala and flip Ayala-Labangon when it’s headed back to Labangon.

The generic rule

There are two generic rules for the routes in Cebu. First, are those routes where it goes very same way to and from and the second one is those having two point, it passes through A when it is headed to its destination and passes through B when going back.

NUMBER     ROUTE                           NUMBER CODES
01                   Urgello                              01A, 01B, 01C,01K
02                   Pier 1, 2, 3                        02A, 02B
03                   Mabolo                             03A, 03B, 03G, 03L, 03Q
04                   Lahug                               04B, 04C, 04D, 04H, 04L
06                   Guadalupe                       06A, 06B, 06C, 06G, 06H
07                   Banawa                            07B, 07D
08                   Alumnos                          08F, 08G
09                   Basak                               09C, 09G,
10                  Pardo                                10C, 10G, 10K
11                   Inayawan                         11A, 11D
12                  Labangon                          12A, 12B, 12C, 12D, 12F, 12G, 12I, 12J, 12L
13                  Talamban                          13B, 13C
14                 Ayala, Escario, Capitol     14B, 14D
15                 Oppra                                 15A
17                 Apas Lahug                        17B, 17C
62                 Pit-os                                  62B, 62C
20, 21, 22    Mandaue                            20A, 20B, 21A, 21B, 21D, 22A, 22B, 22D

Also, here’s more comprehensive routes guides.

We’ll in Cebu.. you can always ask the driver (and jeepney conductor if there is, mostly are) for your exact destination. They can help if they’re familiar with the place and suggest a different code number if it’s not in their route.

Again be wary, have idea atleast of the place (and nearby place, landmark) where are you going.


About Peps

Ag Molde aka Peps like anyone other ordinary being, loves to travel to unwind and refresh oneself from daily routine. While exploring beloved Cebu, he have decided to blog adventures, escapades and thrills for the other's to discover and add to their bucket list. He also help other aspiring bloggers setup their own - dubbed as Technopreneur at Visit my site if you need one.


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