GETTING AROUND GUAM - TAXI’s
Taxis in Guam are metered and widely available & STROLL is a ride-sharing App
GETTING AROUND GUAM – BUSES
There are no trains in Guam, so the next best option is taking the bus.
The Guam Mass Transit Authority is responsible for operating the public transportation, which runs nine routes that connect most of the island’s villages. Alternatively, there are tour buses and shopping buses that are privately owned and often more reliable. The double- or single-decker guhan trolleys are open-air and stop at major hotels and bus stops along designated routes. Gray Line Guam serves Fish Eye Marine Park, Chamorro Village and Hagatna Shopping Center. This company also offers four-hour island tours starting at Micronesia Mall, taking tourists to all the major attractions and landmarks on the island.
Mass transit service is provided by the Guam Mass Transit Authority (Guam Mass Transit Authority). The Guam Mass Transit Authority currently operates buses on nine routes, connecting nearly all of the villages of the island.
Service frequencies vary from 30 minutes to two hours. Service on all routes is provided six days per week, Monday through Saturday, and is available to peoples with disabilities.
No service is provided on Sundays or on holidays. Hours of service generally extend from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., although three of the routes begin service at 5:30 a.m.