Robinsons Land Corporation’s (RLC) commitment of providing quality service to its patrons continues with the opening of the new Pavia Terminal allowing a faster and more convenient transport to all commuters going to and from central towns of Iloilo.
Strategically located along Vice President Fernando Lopez Avenue, Barangay Ungka, the Pavia Terminal is the new station for several PUVs such as regular buses, mini buses, regular jeepneys, double tire jeepneys, L300 vans and taxis. It features high-standard facilities available to the public such as toilets for males, females and PWDs.
The terminal is open from 5:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. and covers the routes going to CPU, Diversion and out of town routes which include Maasin, Lambunao, Leon, and Calinog. Each route have their own loading areas for jeepneys making it easier for passengers to board the vehicle. It also has a taxi waiting area for passengers who wish to go to the airport or other neighboring municipalities. There are also food kiosks in the terminal which sells affordable yet delicious snacks for drivers who want to take a break or for commuters who wait for their ride.
Locals and more so shoppers can expect more excitement with the opening of Robinsons Place Pavia next year. Ilonggos are in for a new retail experience in the Robinsons Malls’ 3rd shopping mall in the province of Iloilo. The new Robinsons Place Pavia starts to delight its customers with a wide variety of stores and restaurants complimented with bright and refreshing attractions.
The Pavia Terminal is one of the newest offerings of RLC to make the public’s daily commute faster and more comfortable. In 2016, RLC launched the Point-to-Point Transport Service or P2P at Robinsons Galleria catering the Ortigas and Makati area and the Robinsons Novaliches to Makati route and last May, RLC collaborated with Grab to launch the #MoveWithGrab where commuters share a ride with other passengers as they comfortably head to their destinations at a fixed fare rate. All of these developments helped in easing traffic congestion in busy areas and allowed families, call center agents, professionals, students and other people who commute every day to have a more pleasant ride as they go to their workplaces.