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Old public bus schedule goes into effect December 1

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 by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - While transit riders liked the addition of routes and extension of service hours in the Mass Transit Pilot Program, the Guam Regional Transit Authority's board has made the decision to end the pilot program as scheduled on November 30.

GRTA executive manager Rick Agustin told KUAM News, "We are grossly underfunded and we have garnered some lessons learned from the pilot program and we are going to include that in our multi-step bid because currently we only getting our service on a month-to-month contract."

He says the multi-step bid will be turned in to GSA tomorrow. He adds that the bid benefits GRTA by allowing them to negotiate the price and service schedule. Transit riders need to be aware that effective December 1 GRTA will return to the old bussing schedule which operates fifteen hours a day with no service on weekends and holidays.
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