Santa Rosa Laguna Integrated Bus Terminal

Santa Rosa Laguna’s Integrated Terminal (SRIT) was born out of the goal to decongest EDSA by relocating bus terminals outside of Metro Manila. Although the provincial bus ban along EDSA is no longer in effect, this transport terminal in Laguna still operates to provide commuters with routes to different cities and provinces. 


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Keep reading below to check the available bus routes, operators, and destinations at Santa Rosa Laguna’s Integrated Terminal. Information is also available regarding the SRIT’s location, facilities, operating hours, and contact number.

How to get to Santa Rosa, Laguna Integrated Terminal

Address: SM City Santa Rosa, National Highway, Tagapo, Santa Rosa, Laguna

The designated area for the SRIT used to be a parking lot of SM City Sta. Rosa. Being in close proximity to such a prominent landmark is especially helpful for commuters in locating the terminal. There are several ways on how to get to the Santa Rosa Integrated Terminal via public transport. 

From Laguna 

Coming from Laguna’s Technopark in Biñan, ride a jeep to Baligbago. Or you may take a jeep to Calamba from the Pacita Complex in San Pedro. Taking either route, you should end up at SM Sta. Rosa.

From Tagaytay & Tanauan City, Batangas 

Ride a jeep to Balibago, ask to be dropped off at SM Sta. Rosa. 

From Cavite

At Carmona, ride a jeep to Biñan and then another one to Santa Rosa.

From Alabang 

Head to Metropolis Mall Alabang or Alabang South Station. There are jeeps and buses that ply through Sta. Rosa. Remember to always confirm with the driver before getting on. 

Santa Rosa Integrated Terminal Facilities


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Passengers will find it convenient that the Santa Rosa Integrated Terminal is just within reach of SM Sta. Rosa and Robinsons Sta. Rosa. A wide array of restaurants and stores are nearby should you need them. 

At the terminal itself, there are departure and arrival bays for the buses, jeeps, and UV express units. There are many ticketing counters which reduce the queuing time for buying tickets. But if you want to skip lining up all together, consider booking your tickets online. Waiting areas are equipped with chairs and public information systems. Baggage counters and restrooms are available for the passenger’s comfort. A park and ride facility is also in the original plans for the SRIT. 

SRIT Operating Hours & Contact Number

Santa Rosa Integrated Terminal is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Of course, the malls surrounding the SRIT do not follow this schedule. Connections to the terminal from the shopping centers are accessible only during mall hours.

Laguna’s bus terminal is managed by STSI Supermalls Transport Services. For questions and concerns, passengers may contact 09178533717 or 09613661835. You may also send a message to the bus terminal’s management via their Facebook page. To get a hold of the SRIT’s terminal manager directly, contact 09178575082. 

Santa Rosa Integrated Terminal Operators and Routes


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Buses, jeepneys, and UV Express vehicles are available to the riding public at Santa Rosa Integrated Terminal. There are daily trips to the following destinations:

Metro Manila, Quezon Province, Batangas, Laguna, Rizal, Oriental Mindoro Oriental, Occidental Mindoro, Bicol, Iriga, Bulan, Pilar, Paracale, Tabaco, Daet, Iloilo, Matnog, Magdalena, Naga, Legazpi, Aklan, Samar Leyte, Gubat Sorsogon, Caticlan, Goa Partido

Jeepney Routes Available at SRIT

Bus Routes Available at SRIT

UV Express Routes Available at SRIT


Page Updated: October 23, 2021