MPTS Hub Now on Google Maps and Street View

by Mhanny S. Agusto, JULY 2021

Does your food delivery or courier service frequently gets lost while finding his or her way to the hub? Have you ever experienced being confused with the directions being fed to you by your Google-powered navigational apps while you are on your way to the office? Well, worry no more because we’ve got this concern covered. Just recently, MPTS tapped a Google Trusted Pro to map out the new direction leading to the hub and upload it in Google Maps and Street View. This project will also cover all apps which use Google as its main navigational tool.

Being situated in a once-isolated location, previous map readings only show a vast rice field within the vicinity of Alapan II-B, Imus, Cavite. Even the road leading to the location of MPTS Hub is not reflected in Google Maps or even street view. Only the drop pin which shows the site location of the then-to-be-constructed Hub was reflected, and Google will direct you to other local roads just to get to this location.

Now, with the help of Google Trusted Pro, this image has been updated and recognized by Google as of July 5, 2021. The updated images show the 500-meter road leading to the office, plus the paths leading to the Parking Spaces.

As you look closely, the shape of the roads inside MPTS Hub resembles a heart shape. Probably because this office will become the heart of the MPTS Road Networks, from CAVITEX C5 LINK, CAVITEX and CALAX (and soon, CTBEX!).

Now, there is no reason for anyone to get lost while finding his or her way to the hub. From the directional signages on site, to Waze Map, and now, via Google Maps, you will surely find your way to the newest home of MPT South Team.

You can navigate via Google street view here:,120.9115213,3a,75y,160.05h,87.28t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sAF1QipNP8dat6WZunnT4ecfo5YenmkT8G4YzmgwYYXcs!2e10!3e11!7i5760!8i2880

You can also check out this link to see how we mapped out the area using the Google-powered technology:




About the writer:

Mhanny S. Agusto. Day dreaming, drawing and writing are few of the things I do to escape reality and keep my sanity. Yep, that’s me. 

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