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We Are Guahan publishes latest Grey Paper

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by Lannie Walker

Guam - Public Works and traffic were the focus of the latest Grey Paper released by the We Are Guahan organization. The group has been releasing information on the buildup based on their reviews of the Environmental Impact Statement.

According to the latest paper, "DPW On Traffic", even key points were highlighted including:

  • The construction of new military facilities will greatly increase the number of heavy construction related trucks on the road
  • DPW'S 2030 Guam Transportation Plan estimates that there will be a 50% increase in the number of cars on main roads during the buildup
  • The plan also notes that the increase in the number of cars and trucks will make traffic delays more than four times longer than they would be without the buildup

 

Review "DPW on Traffic"

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