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Mountain Line Operator Wins Competition

Veteran Mountain Lift operator Bernice Tullie took home the top prize at the recent Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) Rural and Tribal Transportation Roadeo. Tullie’s victory marks NAIPTA’s first-ever win at the Transportation Roadeo, which gives bus operators from systems across the state the opportunity to demonstrate their skills and knowledge at an elevated level. […]

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Flagstaff Transportation Summit Approaching

Business, economic development and transportation leaders are collaborating on April 20 for the first-ever Greater Flagstaff Transportation Summit, with the ultimate goal of creating a unified vision for this community’s transportation future. The Flagstaff Metropolitan Planning Organization (FMPO), Northern Arizona Intergovernmental Transportation Authority (NAIPTA), Economic Collaborative of Northern Arizona (ECoNA) and the Flagstaff Chamber of […]

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ADOT Preparing for Winter Roads

Arizona has already received its first taste of winter weather this November—an early start to the snow season. But the Arizona Department of Transportation has been preparing for its winter operations all year long, and now is the time when preparedness translates into action. Weather conditions in Arizona can find you driving in sunny, moderate […]

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Traffic Signal Construction to Begin at Cheshire

The Arizona Department of Transportation will install a new traffic signal at the intersection of US 180 and Fremont Boulevard in Flagstaff later this month. A recent study conducted by ADOT concluded that a traffic signal at the intersection is warranted.   Construction of the signal will begin this month and lane closures will be […]

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Metropolitan Planning Org Conducting Trip Survey

On behalf of the City of Flagstaff and Coconino County, the Flagstaff Metropolitan Planning Organization (FMPO) will conduct a Trip Diary Survey with Flagstaff area households the week of October 10, 2011.  Residences that receive a Trip Diary Survey in the mail are encouraged to respond.   Survey results will be used to assess existing travel patterns […]

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ADOT Recognized for Long Range Planning

It began with the catch phrase “What Moves You Arizona,” and launched into a multimedia campaign to encourage statewide public participation in the state’s Long Range Transportation Plan.   After more than two years of work to promote the plan to media, stakeholders and communities around our state, “What Moves You Arizona” and the Arizona […]

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Motorists Urged to Prevent Wildfires

As the Wallow Fire continues to burn out of control, already consuming 389,000 acres, state authorities are urging people to use extra caution.  With humidity levels in the single digits, many areas of the state face extreme fire danger. In addition to the Wallow Fire, and Flagstaff’s Hill Fire which is contained, the Horseshow Two […]

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AZ Receives $29.2 Million in Federal Emergency Relief

Ravaged by one of the worst winter storms in state history and the Schultz Fire that claimed 15,000 acres in 2010, Northern Arizona will receive the majority of the $29.2 million Federal Highway Administration Emergency Relief funds that were recently awarded to the state. According to the Arizona Department of Transportation, the Federal Highway Administration […]

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