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GRTA discusses 5-year transit plan

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The Guam Regional Transit Authority discussed its five-year Transit Business Plan to enhance the agency's operations during today's board meeting. GRTA Acting Director Felix Dungca says this plan will assess the existing bus routes and identify what areas they either need to expand or cut back on among many other issues

"It has certain milestones as we grow this agency and move it forward. So that's its better prepared to apply for additional federal funds. To increase revenues. There's a section there on marketing, about adjusting our rates, other sources of additional revenue, it's a very good plan," he said.

The board is also working to finalize a figure for its Fiscal Year 2012 budget. The budget for the current fiscal year is pegged at $4 million.

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