The Northern Arizona Intergovernmental Public Transportation Authority (NAIPTA) is adding weekend service on Routes 14 and 10a, as well as making slight schedule changes on Routes 7 and 14 in order to better meet customer demand and keep reliable, on-time performance.
Due to the popularity of the service, Route 14 will begin operating seven days a week on Sunday, January 11. In addition, a slight schedule change will be implemented to make the route more efficient. Route 10a, which is an offshoot of Route 10/Mountain Link serving the Sawmill area in addition to the NAU Campus and Woodlands Village, will also add weekend service when NAU is in session. This enhanced schedule means that between Routes 10 and 10a, there will be 15-minute weekend service on the NAU Campus and in Woodlands Village during the school year.
Lastly, the schedule for Route 7 was overhauled to better reflect the timing needed to make this cross-town route operate in a timely manner. Most timing points along the route were slightly adjusted, so riders are advised to check the schedule to see how it impacts their commute.
“We appreciate the comments we receive from our customers, and we are pleased to have the type of transit system that can respond to feedback and make changes to better serve our riders,” said NAIPTA Interim General Manager Erika Mazza.
For a full schedule, please visit www.mountainline.az.gov or pick up a new brochure onboard any vehicle. Revised schedules for Routes 7 and 14 are below. Real time arrival information is also available via the free TransLoc app or at mountainline.transloc.com.
NAIPTA is the transit agency in northern Arizona operating the Mountain Line, Mountain Lift and Mountain Link systems in Flagstaff. NAIPTA also coordinates services with Campus Shuttle Service at Northern Arizona University. Visit www.naipta.az.gov for more information.