North Luzon Express Terminal Exchange (North ITX)
The North Luzon Express Terminal (abbreviated as NLET or North ITX) is a transport hub for passengers traveling to and from Northern Luzon. Provincial buses will terminate trips at integrated terminals such as the NLET where other transportation options are available to enter Metro Manila. It serves to connect NCR to Northern Luzon while easing traffic conditions in the country's capital city.
Constructed in late 2018, the North Integrated Transport Exchange is now operational. Some facilities are still under construction. But once the terminal is completed, it will be able to rival other integrated terminals like the PITX in terms of service, cleanliness, and convenience. With a space of 11.5 hectares, it's projected to cater to a maximum of 96,000 daily passengers.
How to get to NLET Bulacan
Address: North Luzon Express Terminal, Bocaue, Bulacan (inside Ciudad de Victoria complex)
Near the LRT Doroteo Jose Station, there is a bus terminal with buses that go to Bulacan. Get on a bus that displays a "Sta. Cruz - Bocaue" placard. Ask the driver to drop you off at Barangay Turo. From there, ride a tricycle to North Luzon Integrated Terminal Exchange.
Alternatively, you can board a bus from Balintawak that will take you to Bulacan. Alight at Patubig Road in Marilao, Bulacan. You can hire a tricycle to take you to the NLET.
Currently, the North ITX is already open to the general public. Basic facilities like the passenger waiting areas, bathrooms, parking spaces, and ticket booths are available. There aren't much stores and food establishments yet since the terminal is fairly new. In the original plans, the NLET is supposed to have solar panels for more sustainable power. Here are some of the other facilities and improvements to look forward to:
Intermodal connectivity to NLET
- Proposed Bulacan Airport
- Clark International Airport
- Shuttle Service to Ayala Cloverleaf/MRT3
- PNR & City Buses
- Road links to McArthur Highway/Manila-Clark Rail Line and MRT 7 Intermodal Station
- Possible link to Manila-Clark high speed rail using NLEX row
Centralized Ticketing System
- Stored Value Tap Cards
- QR Code Tickets for Single Journey
- QR Code Generated for Online Booking
Passenger Information System
- Terminal schedule displayed on LED TVs, information panels
- Updated schedule and online booking accessible via mobile
NLET Operating Hours & Contact Number
The bus terminal is always open. But for any important announcements or changes, please be sure to check out their official Facebook page. Get in touch with the NLET management through Facebook or e-mail them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the schedule of trips from NLET to Dau, Pampanga and Olongapo, Zambales, check here. Book your bus tickets online with PH Bus. Or feel free to use the search bar below to look for available bus tickets on your preferred travel dates.