Flagstaff’s Bus Service Secured A $5.5-Million Grant For Bike And Pedestrian Infrastructure

The Mountain Line is receiving a state grant for bike and pedestrian improvements. The Arizona Department of Transportation awarded the Flagstaff bus service, five-and-a-half million dollars for bike and pedestrian infrastructure in association with transit stops. The city partnered with Mountain Line on the grant and will add $1.4-million from already approved transportation tax funding […]

Mountain Express Service Between Arizona Snowbowl And Flagstaff Begins Saturday

Mountain Express service to Arizona Snowbowl will start Saturday. Mountain Express is a partnership between Arizona Snowbowl and Mountain Line, funded by Arizona Snowbowl and offered free of charge to all passengers. The bus to Snowbowl starts at the downtown connection center, with stops at Flagstaff High School, Pioneer Museum and Hart Prairie Lodge. The […]

Flagstaff’s “Stuff The Bus” Food Drive Going Virtual This Year

This year’s “Stuff The Bus” community food drive benefiting the Flagstaff Family Food Center will be held virtually through November 22nd. The City of Flagstaff, Coconino County and the Mountain Line are once again teaming up for the event. Due to COVID-19, the food bank is in greater need for donations than ever. The food […]

Flagstaff’s Bus Service To Be Free On Election Day

Flagstaff’s Mountain Line bus service will be free to riders on Election Day. Service will be free all day, and riders will not need to show proof of voting. All COVID-19 precautions remain in place, including a mask requirement and social distancing, and riders are asked to not use public transit if they aren’t feeling […]

Flagstaff’s Mountain Line To Resume Fee Collecting On Wednesday

The Mountain Line bus service in Flagstaff will be resuming fee collections on Wednesday. The bus service has been running fee free since cases of COVID-19 started to go up in Flagstaff, which was back in March. Riders of the Mountain Line and paratransit services are still required to wear a mask or face covering […]

Heather Dalmolin Named Permanent CEO/GM Of Flagstaff’s Mountain Line

Mountain Line interim CEO and General Manager Heather Dalmolin has been named the permanent CEO and GM of the Flagstaff bus service. Dalmolin has served as the interim since March and was previously Mountain Line’s Administrative Director, overseeing budget, finance, information technology, human resources and customer service. She has been with the agency for 18 […]

Mountain Line To Require Face Coverings On Buses Starting Sunday

Starting Sunday, if you ride the Mountain Line you will need to wear a face covering. The Northern Arizona Intergovenmental Public Transportation Authority Board of Directors voted Wednesday to require all bus and paratransit riders to wear a mask or face covering while on vehicles and at stops and connection centers. Riders must wear a […]

Flagstaff’s Mountain Line Partners With Flagstaff Family Food Center On Deliveries

Flagstaff’s Mountain Line bus service is partnering with the Flagstaff Family Food Center to deliver food to vulnerable and homebound residents. Mountain Line’s paratransit vans will be used in the deliveries. Center workers will deliver food Monday through Saturday and Mountain Line is helping with delivery efforts two-to-three times a week as needed. The van […]

Flagstaff’s Bus Service To Receive Over $7-Million In CARES Act Funding

The Northern Arizona Intergovernmental Public Transportation Authority, or NAIPTA, is receiving $7.2-million dollars in CARES Act funding to help sustain operating expenses for public transit in the Flagstaff area during the coronavirus pandemic. Senator Kyrsten Sinema made the announcement Friday saying: “Today’s funding supports public transit and economic development in the Flagstaff area, saving jobs […]

Mountain Line Employee Tests Positive For COVID-19

An employee of Flagstaff’s Mountain Line bus service has tested positive for COVID-19. NAIPTA officials found out Tuesday and say the employee last worked on Saturday. Health officials are asking those who rode the Mountain Line between April 1st and April 18th to watch for symptoms of the coronavirus for a two week period from […]