LTO Olongapo Office Location and Contact Information

The Land Transportation Office (LTO) in Olongapo City is made up of four (4) different LTO branches: the Olongapo District Office, SBMA Extension Office, SBMA-New Registration, and the Zambales Licensing Center. These offices are just like all the other LTO offices nationwide and are mandated by law to keep the roads safe. The agency is tasked with regulating the drivers and vehicles and making sure that only the worthy ones are allowed on the public roads. The regulation procedures are also made more stringent as the agency brings the LTO services closer to the people.

Olongapo City is a first-class, coastal, highly urbanized city in Central Luzon and a known home of four leading investment areas in Subic Bay Freeport Zone, which includes the Central Business District, Subic Gateway, Subic Bay Industrial Park, and Subic Techno Park. Considering the continuous development of these investment areas coupled with the completion of the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway, there is no doubt that Olongapo City will only continue to develop, both in terms of tourism and real estate.

That said, hotels, resorts, commercial and residential buildings would be in great demand and more tourists and businessmen will flock to the freeport, prompting the need fo government office branches, including that of the LTO. So, if you are a vehicle owner or a driver from Olongapo City or the surrounding areas, then you can visit either one of the LTO Olongapo Offices. You can also learn more about their office location, operating hours, service offerings, and complete contact information by reading this guide.

lto olongapo office location and contact number

What is LTO Olongapo? 

LTO Olongapo refers to any or all of the LTO offices in the City of Olongapo. These offices were intended to serve the public as the agency would via its headquarters. The branches are created with the intention to offer better and faster versions of the LTO services, in a bid to carry out their mandate as a government agency. Some of the LTO services include registration of motor vehicles (MV) and motorcycles (MC) to the issuance of license and permits, and the enforcement of land transportation rules and regulations, and collection of fines on behalf of the government.

Olongapo District Office

The LTO Olongapo District Office is the type of LTO office closest to a full service one. Also located along Gordon Ave., in PAG-ASA, the LTO Olongapo District Office (DO) is your best bet if the transaction you intend to do with LTO is related to more complex processes like motor vehicle (MV) registrations. Be ready to encounter longer queues here though, as this office offers more services than the others, which means there’s a bigger crowd at this branch than the others as more people visit for their LTO service needs. 

SBMA Extension Office

Much like any LTO Extension Office, the LTO SBMA Extension Office is a literal extension of the agency in the local area of the city of Subic Bay Metropolitan Area. Though it has limited LTO services, this extension office offers a more accessible and convenient version of the agency’s core services including securing and renewing licenses and permits as well as motor vehicles (MV) and motorcycle registrations and renewal with revision of records to the people of the city.

SBMA-New Registration

The New Registration Unit office in Olongapo is an important LTO office, dedicated to serve the new vehicle owners in the area. Like the SBMA Extension Office, it is also located at Unit 308 Canal Road in Subic Bay Freeport Zone (SBFPZ). The only difference is, and is exclusively designed to handle new vehicle registrations.

Zambales Licensing Center

With convenience and ease of transaction in mind, the agency has set up the Zambales Licensing Center, a one-stop off-site printing shop for LTO licensing needs. Located at Gordon Ave., Pagasa, the Zambales Licensing Center is located in close proximity to malls like SM City Olongapo Downtown and Harbor Point by Ayala Malls, other traffic-generating establishments like the Olongapo Public Market, and a few other attractions in one of the major thoroughfares of the city. This LTO office has good visibility, and along with faster and better license renewal services, it is a great way for LTO to reach the people they intend to cater to. 

Services Provided by LTO Olongapo Office 

Motorists who live nearby or those who come to visit the City of Olongapo and avail of the LTO services may simply visit any of the LTO Olongapo offices. Depending on the transaction that they have with LTO, they can reach out to the branch first or choose an LTO office directly. All LTO offices also implement strict sanitation and physical distancing policies, so safety is assured, especially while visiting the LTO office to adhere to the LTO policies. Plus, the offices are also placed at prime locations, which makes it visible and more convenient for those who wish to process their driver’s license renewal or student permit applications.

Most LTO branches are expected to offer all of their services to the public, but some LTO offices, like some of the offices in Olongapo City, may have limited capabilities so the services they offer may not be as complete as other bigger, better-equipped offices.

Some of the services offered at the LTO Olongapo branches are as follows:

Olongapo District Office

  • Driver’s license applications
    • Student Permit Applications
    • Non-Professional driver’s license (NPDL) applications 
    • Professional driver’s license (PDL) applications
  • Driver’s License Renewals
    • Student Permit renewals
    • Non-Professional driver’s license (NPDL) renewals 
    • Professional driver’s license (PDL) renewals
  • Conductor’s License Applications and Renewals
  • Issuance of Student Permit
  • Vehicle registration and miscellaneous transactions
    • Motor vehicle (MV) registration 
    • Motorcycle (MC) registration
  • Vehicle registration renewal and miscellaneous transactions
    • Motor vehicle (MV) registration renewal
    • Motorcycle (MC) registration renewal
  • Miscellaneous Transactions
    • Duplicate OR/CR
    • Duplicate Plate
    • Transfer of Ownership
    • Annotation & Cancellation of Mortgage
    • Revision of Records
    • Duplicate License (for Lost Licenses)

SBMA Extension Office

For the SBMA Extension Office, drivers and car owners may conduct their licensing transactions, including new driver’s license application and renewal, issuance of student permits, and other miscellaneous licensing transactions.

There are also other services offered, like vehicle registration, vehicle registration renewal, and other miscellaneous transactions including duplicate OR/CR, duplicate plate, transfer of ownership, revision of records, and duplicate license (for lost licenses).

SBMA-New Registration

This LTO office is dedicated to new motor vehicle registrations and related transactions. The only LTO services offered by this office include new Motor vehicle (MV) and Motorcycle (MC) registration and other miscellaneous transactions like duplicate OR/CR, duplicate plate, transfer of ownership, and annotation & cancellation of the mortgage. 

Zambales Licensing Center

The LTO Olongapo Offices also include a Licensing Center within the set of offices it opened in the city. This particular office is an off-site one-stop shop offering all types of LTO licensing services to all.

Some of the LTO services that may or may not be offered in any LTO Olongapo City offices include:

  • Proper Driver Education
  • Enforcement of land transportation laws, rules and regulations
  • Inventory of Plates
  • Issuance of Vanity License Plates
  • Issuance of Special Plates
  • The use of self-service kiosks 
  • Process Application for New Driver’s License (DL) via the Automated Driver’s License Examination System (ADLES) Facility 

How to Contact LTO Olongapo

Reaching out to the LTO Olongapo Extension Office is a simple matter of going directly through either the specific LTO branch or via the LTO headquarters or regional offices with jurisdiction in the area. It can either be via the phone, by sending an email to their designated email addresses, or by sending a message to their social media accounts. But, since they are all under the jurisdiction of the newly delineated LTO NCR West, it is also okay to reach out to the LTO NCR – West office via the following contact information:

LTO Region 3 (Central Luzon) – Office of the Regional Director

Agency Code: 0300
Office Address: Gov’t Center, Brgy. Maimpis, City of San Fernando, Pampanga
Telephone Number: (045) 455 1764
Head of Agency: Eduardo C. De Guzman, Director II
Email Address:
Operating Hours: 8AM – 5PM (Mondays-Fridays)

Contact Information

For the specific contact information of the specific LTO Olongapo Office, please see this list of LTO Olongapo offices below:

Olongapo District Office

Agency Code: 0364
Office Address: Gordon Ave. Pagasa, Olongapo City
Head of Agency: Renato D. Torres, Supervising TRO
Email Address:
Official Facebook Page:
Operating Hours: 8AM – 5PM (Mondays-Fridays)

SBMA Extension Office

Agency Code: 0386
Office Address: 308 Canal Road, SBFPZ, Olongapo City
Telephone Number: (047) 252-3728
Head of Agency: Sylvanna D. Fulache, Supervising TRO
Email Address:
Official Facebook Page:
Operating Hours: 8AM – 5PM (Mondays-Fridays)

SBMA-New Registration

Agency Code: 0389
Office Address: Unit 308 Canal Road, SBFPZ, Olongapo City
Head of Agency: Carlito D. Calingo, Chief TRO
Email Address:
Official Facebook page:
Operating Hours: 8AM – 5PM (Mondays-Fridays)

Zambales Licensing Center

Agency Code: 0399
Office Address: Gordon Ave. Pagasa, Olongapo City
Head of Agency: Norieta G. Paz, Supervising TRO
Email Address:
Official Facebook Page:
Operating Hours: 8AM – 5PM (Mondays-Fridays)

Video: New Requirements for Securing Student Permit at LTO Olongapo Licensing Center

Just like how it is in other LTO offices, the LTO Olongapo Office is meant to bring the LTO services closer, more accessible, faster, and more convenient for the people in the area. This is especially helpful for the people when they need to comply with the LTO rules and regulatory policies, like when they need to secure or renew their driver’s license or weudent permit.

Learn more about the new and updated LTO policies and requirements for securing a student permit at LTO Olongapo Licensing Center by watching this video posted by 93.5 Brigada News FM Olongapo.

Where is Olongapo City

Olongapo, officially known as the City of Olongapo, is a first class, highly urbanized coastal city in the Central Luzon Region. Located in the province of Zambales but governed independently from the province, it forms part of Metro Olongapo, one of the twelve metropolitan areas in the Philippines. It houses a population of over 260,000 people, along with four (4) investment areas in Subic Bay Freeport Zone, numerous manufacturing, electronic communications technology businesses, and warehousing, trans-shipment, banking firms, and education facilities.

Though the city of Olongapo doesn’t have an airport, it is in close proximity to Subic Bay International Airport in the adjacent town of Morong, Bataan. It is also served by the Port of Subic Bay, with some parts operated and managed by the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority within the territory of Olongapo City. The city also houses an organized road network, featuring a series of rectangular street grids with the primary road connecting Olongapo to the rest of the others.

Geographically, Olongapo lies in a mountainous area. It has a total land area of 185 square kilometers, with the city proper located on 6.48 square kilometers (2.50 sq mi) of tidal flatland. It is bounded by the rugged Zambales Mountains on its three sides, and Bataan and Subic Bay at its base. It is bounded on the north by the town of Subic, Zambales, on the east by Bataan province, and on the south by the Subic Bay Freeport Zone, and on the west by Subic Bay..

Google Map Location

Olongapo is accessible through the National Highway (via Zigzag Road) from Hermosa and Dinalupihan, Bataan, with the National Highway cutting through the city center going north up to Barangay Barreto and then on to the neighboring town of Subic, and the rest of the towns in Zambales up to Pangasinan province. Another access to the city is via SCTEX and Subic Freeport Expressway exiting to the gates of Subic Bay Freeport Zone and also, from the south, Morong, Bataan (via Balanga, Bataan) through the Morong gate of Subic Bay Freeport Zone. 

The city has an organized road network and a highly organized transport sector. Just like the streets, the public transport system is also color-coded, and public jeepneys, tricycles, and taxi services are operated in the city. All transport routes and vehicles, whether private or public, go right through the entire city of Olongapo conveniently. 

For complete driving directions or specific information on the driving directions or travel routes to Olongapo and the various LTO Olongapo offices, then you may refer to the maps below:

Olongapo District Office

SBMA Extension Office

SBMA-New Registration

Zambales Licensing Center

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