Over a hundred buses ply the streets of Metro Cebu to serve as official transport for the thousands of delegates here for the International Eucharistic Congress (IEC) 2016 that will run up to January 31.

The buses can also accommodate those who wish to join the IEC 2016 events that are open to the public, such as the opening mass held last Sunday and the parish encounters happening within the week.

They carry the IEC logo in a visible poster and the color for their particular route. There are five designated routes that are assigned the following colors: red, green, yellow, blue, and purple.

Here is the map provided by organizers. Tap on it to view a larger version.

IEC 2016 bus routes.
IEC 2016 bus routes.


Here are the bus pickup and drop-off points according to color:


  • Marco Polo Plaza Cebu
  • Bethany Retreat House
  • Church of the Latter Day Saints
  • Ching Palace
  • Cebu Northwinds Hotel
  • Chika-an Restaurant
  • La Guardia
  • Honda Motors
  • Hino
  • Mabolo Church along Tres Borces St.
  • Kaffe Alde
  • Radisson Blu Hotel
  • Between SM City and Radisson Blu



  • J-Centre Mall
  • The Orchard Hotel
  • Allure Hotel
  • Oftana Suites
  • Gaisano Country Mall
  • Landbank
  • Hino
  • Kaffe Alde
  • Mabolo along Tres Borces St.



  • Radisson Blu
  • Mabolo Church along Tres Borces St.
  • Kaffe Alde
  • Hino



  • Avon
  • Suarez Bros.
  • Public Library
  • BDO Fuente
  • PNB
  • Cebu Doctors’ Hospital
  • BPI Escario
  • Bantay Radio
  • Jollibee Escario
  • Gasoline Station (Escario)
  • Capitol Parish
  • Cebu Grand Hotel
  • Morales St., Escario
  • Golden Peak Hotel
  • Molave St., Escario



  • Robinson’s Fuente
  • Mango Square
  • Fooda Supermarket
  • Mango Park Hotel
  • JCA Pizza
  • Cebu Holdings
  • Gasa sa Gugma
  • Castle Peak Hotel
  • Sarrosa Hotel
  • CitiPark Hotel
  • Rainforest Park
  • across Jetti Gasoline Station
  • Jo’s Chicken Inato (H Cortes)
  • before Alpha City Suites

Marlen is the editor of MyCebu.ph and co-founder of Cebu-based journalism startup InnoPub Media.

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