ⓘ Mountain Line (Arizona)

                                     

ⓘ Mountain Line (Arizona)

This article is about the bus system in Flagstaff, Arizona. For the bus system in Missoula, Montana, see Missoula Urban Transportation District. For the bus system in Morgantown, West Virginia, see Mountain Line Transit Authority.

Mountain line provides public transportation bus in Flagstaff Coconino County, Arizona. It started in 2001, replacing the County-run pine transit.

                                     
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