Reports & Plans
Flagstaff Metropolitan Planning Organization & NAIPTA Coordinated Public Transit – Human Services Transportation Plan
The Flagstaff Metropolitan Planning Organization and NAIPTA Coordinated Public Transit – Human Services Transportation Plan serves as a framework to improve coordination among transportation services and identifies transportation gaps and strategies to better serve senior and people with disabilities.
Five-Year Transit Plans
NAIPTA conducted an extensive public planning process in 2013 to develop a Five-Year and Long-Range Transit Plan. As of February 2017, a new plan is under development, and links to the documents used in the planning process are below.
US 180 Implementation Plan
NAIPTA’s US 180 Implementation Plan is a partnership between NAIPTA, Coconino County, City of Flagstaff, US Forest Service, Flagstaff Convention and Visitors Bureau, Arizona Snowbowl and the Arizona Department of Transportation to address winter recreation congestion.
The US 180 Implementation Plan identifies the cost and impact of Transportation Demand Management (TDM) measures that can be implemented to reduce winter congestion along U.S. 180.
Tracking monthly ridership trends across all NAIPTA services allows the organization to set benchmarks and compare ridership over time to look for trends and opportunities for growth.
Strategic Work Plan
In conjunction with the Board of Directors and the Transit Advisory Committee, the NAIPTA CEO & General Manager establishes an annual Strategic Work Plan to guide the agency’s activities, budget and programs.
As required by the Federal Transit Administration, NAIPTA produces an Annual Report each fiscal year to outline accomplishments, achievements and highlights from the year. In addition, NAIPTA also produces a snapshot each year, offering a one-page look at the agency’s performance.