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Makati City is approximately 30 minutes away from Metro Manila's two primary airports, the Ninoy Aquino International Airport and the Manila Domestic Airport. One can choose to take a taxicab or bus to either airport.
Metro Manila has several transit train lines, with at least two of them running through portions of Makati: the Light Rain Transit crosses Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue (popularly known as Buendia Avenue), and the Metro Rail Transit (MRT-3), four stations of which are located in Makati: Guadalupe, Buendia, Ayala, and Magallanes.
Buses ply the Epifanio De Los Santos Avenue (the capital's primary thoroughfare), which runs through Makati from Magallanes to Guadalupe.
The ubiquitous Philippine jeepneys, vehicles originally crafted from American jeeps left over from World War II, and since known for their flamboyant decoration and crowded seating, are a popular means of public transportation in Makati City, plying many routes from Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue to Ayala Avenue to Pasong Tamo.
Taxicabs can also take travelers to any destination in Makati City.