The iconic trolleys plying Tumon, which ceased operations during the height of the tourist shutdown, will be resuming operations again.
Guam Visitors Bureau president Carl Gutierrez said two trolleys will restart operations tomorrow, Friday, July 30.
“They’re not just for our tourists but also for our students and our local people who want to go on staycations,” Gutierrez said in an interview with NewsTalk K57’s Pauly Suba.
He added that the contract for the trolleys will run for one month “and then we’ll see how it goes from there.”
GVB head of research Nico Fujikawa said the trolley going southbound starts at 9:30 am while the northbound one starts at 10:30 am.
The stops include all the major destinations around the Tumon, Kmart, Micronesia Mall loop, including the Micronesia Mall, Guam Premier Outlets, and all the hotels and retail outlets along the way.