BY WAYNE CHARGUALAF
The heads of the public transit agencies for Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands have a number of programs slated to improve public transportation and better the quality of life in their respective jurisdictions.
GRTA aims to make Guam’s public transit more efficient and more capable of meeting the public’s needs by rolling out a mobile app-reliant “hybrid system” that uses buses and vans sometime next year.
This “hybrid system” would use buses to transport workers along regular, long-distance, high-volume routes. The vans would be summoned by the . . .