Guam - The Guam Mass Transit Authority is threatened to shut down for business as soon as next month. The Transition Report states that the Transit Authority provides minimal and poorly managed services, adding that the current system is dysfunctional. The report draws attention to the need for a new executive manager to be appointed by the governor as well as funds to be identified to continue operations.
It also calls for an increase in wages for bus drivers, a need for a permanent home, and the appointment of a board of directors. The document states that there is million in federal funding that the transit authority needs to pursue immediately.