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Paul Hodgins, 25-year transit industry employee, brings vast knowledge and experience to leadership roleRead More
Serving as interim since February, Boards of Directors identify Smith as most qualifiedRead More
We have a unique opportunity to begin this work immediately by embracing innovative ideas and approaches to improving our infrastructure.Read More
Flagstaff voters have approved a continuation of the Mountain Line transit tax through 2030, with 71 percent of voters in support.Read More
Seventy-seven total transit measures appeared on ballots throughout 2016, the highest number on record.Read More
Support from private and public sector to help provide technology to benefit all travelersRead More
Wednesday, Oct. 26; 6 to 8 p.m. (presentation at 6:30 p.m.)Read More
A colorful balloon release kicked off the official start of construction on the Gilbert Road Extension today.Read More
U.S. Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx today announced in Pittsburg that the Regional Transportation Authority is among the recipients of a Federal Transit Administration Mobility on Demand Sandbox Program grant.Read More
Valley residents looking for either immediate or pre-scheduled transportation in a cab, a rideshare or a wheelchair-accessible vehicle can now do it all from a new mobile app.Read More
FLAGSTAFF, AZ (August 25, 2016) – The Northern Arizona Intergovernmental Public Transportation Authority (NAIPTA) and Coconino Community College (CCC) boards of directors have entered into a one-year agreement to provide Mountain Line transit passes to all CCC students and employees.
Artist and designer also on board to collaborate on new light rail stationRead More
We need a well-funded transportation system that includes public transportation.Read More
Statement on Dallas Shootings by APTA Chair Valarie J. McCall and APTA Acting President & CEO Richard A. WhiteRead More
On Thursday, July 7, 2016, DART police officer, Brent Thompson was shot and killed by snipers during a protest in downtown Dallas.Read More
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