Tag: Mountain line

Well Women, Well Communities 2020 Initiative in Coconino County

| September 24, 2019
Well Women, Well Communities 2020 Initiative in Coconino County

The Well Women, Well Communities 2020 project is a collaborative interagency initiative ‘to increase the local health department’s capacity to identify and address system’s level barriers and gaps in services that affect a woman’s ability to be well and seek well-woman care at a community level.

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Mountain Line seeking feedback on second Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) route with Open House on Aug. 6, community survey

| July 29, 2019
Mountain Line seeking feedback on second Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) route with Open House on Aug. 6, community survey

Mountain Line is in the planning stages of our second Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) route connecting Woodlands Village to the Flagstaff Medical Center. BRT is a package of transit enhancements, applied where appropriate, that adds up to a faster trip and an improved experience. … We need your feedback to guide the development of the second BRT in Flagstaff! Please join Mountain Line at the BRT Open House on Tuesday, August 6 at the Murdoch Community Center. Stop by anytime between 4:00-7:00 PM to learn more about the project and provide feedback. A flyer is attached; feel free to hang at your organization or forward to your friends.

You can also take a survey to share your opinion and visit the BRT webpage for complete details.

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NAIPTA Survey

| March 31, 2017
NAIPTA Survey

NAIPTA is developing a plan for Mountain Line transit services in Flagstaff over the next five years, with the help of a transit planning firm Jarrett Walker & Associates. This transit planning project is expected to raise some difficult and interesting choices about what kind of services Mountain Line provides, and in what areas.

A key choice that will be explored is: Should Mountain Line focus its service in high-ridership areas, so that it can offer high frequency there? Or should Mountain Line spread out service so that most of Flagstaff has access to a little bit of transit?

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Vote “yes” on Prop 411

| October 24, 2016
Vote “yes” on Prop 411

CCC&Y supports Prop 411 to continue the sales tax on the Mountain Line with no increase…

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