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Complaints mount about new public bussing schedule

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 by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - Complaints are rolling into the Guam Regional Transit Authority about its new bussing schedule that's goes into effect tomorrow.

 The Guam Regional Transit Authority is set to begin a new bussing schedule on Wednesday, but complaints regarding the bus schedule are already being reported by transit riders. An anonymous source who rides the fixed route and transit told KUAM that the new schedule was supposed to begin since October 1st with daily operating hours 5:30 to 10:30 pm as well as adding three northern routes.  According to Senator Alene Yamashita a couple of weeks ago the transit authority was trying to energize the Dededo, Tumon Tamuning and Harmon lines to Mangilao but needed to find the funds to operate since then Yamashita says she has not been appraised of further information. Attempts for a comment from GRTA have been made but KUAM has not received a response.
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