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Most hotels have courtesy vehicles for airport transfers. Hotel hotline telephones are located at the airport outside the customs exit.
Major international and local car rental firms operate from counters at the airport, in hotel lobbies, and other locations around the island. Rates are comparable to the U.S., and most companies accept major credit cards. A valid U.S. or international driver's license is required.
Mass transit service is provided by the Guam Mass Transit Authority (GMTA). Buses operate on nine routes, connecting nearly all of the villages on Guam.
Taxis are readily available at all hotels and major shopping centers. All taxis have regulated meters. As of 2005, the standard flag rate is $2.40, $4.00 for the first mile, and $0.80 every ¼ mile thereafter.
In addition to Guam Mass Transit Authority, transportation is available to select areas by bus route. Transportation on the line includes most major shopping centers as well as the hotels in TUmon and Hagatna. To identify pick-up and drop-off points, look for the bus signs at designated points.
Trolleys are readily available at all hotels and major shopping centers and along Pale San Vitores Road. Look for the bus schedule signs. Fees are very reasonable and average around $3 per ride.