We used to have route via SMS available, but it went down a lot. Plus we weren't too happy with it, so until further notice, it is discontinued.
COMING SOON — Commonly searched routes, time-of-day graphs, and route visualizations.
We’re still collecting data. Why don‘t you try using the service? ;)
Sakay.ph is a webapp that aims to help people use jeepneys, buses, and trains in Metro Manila. It's like Google Maps, but for commuting!
We're providing this service freely for the foreseeable future. We built it partly for the challenge, but mostly because it's something we'd personally love to have.
That said, if you'd like to help out, you're free to donate! We'd appreciate it. (Links coming soon)
Sorry about that — the data is graciously provided by the DOTC, ASTI, etc., and is out of our control. You're welcome to help out, though. Why not check out their forum, or hit us up on Twitter?
Sakay.ph was built by Thomas Dy, and designed by Philip Cheang. We do awesome stuff at By Implication, which you should totes check out. (some of our projects include storylark.ph and sari.ph, among others.)
We use OpenTripPlanner and OpenStreetMap for routing, and Google Places API for geocoding. The front-end is built with Compass, Ractive, and Leaflet.
Yup, you sure can. Just hit the PRINT button in the directions panel.
We took out some features that we no longer provide. Rest assured; you're not missing out on anything. If you're curious how it looked like before, you're free to check out the source.