Ditch the Car!
First-year students, especially those living on campus are strongly encouraged not to bring a car to campus. Why you ask?
- Students rarely use their cars as everyone on campus walks, bikes, or takes the shuttle to get around campus.
- More than 65% of students never bring a car to campus and travel easily without a car.
- Students cannot park outside of their permit zone during the day (so no driving to class).
- There are many transit options to get off campus, out of Flagstaff, and out of state.
- We get snow and digging out your car is no fun.
- A parking permit and gas are costly!
- Northern Arizona University ranked GOLD from the League of American Bicyclists and is recognized as a Bike Friendly University. Learn more here.
- Ditch the car and parking fees and use a bike instead. Biking on campus is convenient and easy. Bike racks are located close to most buildings and there are designated lanes just for bike users.
Ride Mountain Line and save wear-and-tear on your vehicle, reduce emissions, and cut your gas expenses. All Northern Arizona University employees receive a free eco PASS to help reduce campus traffic congestion, lessen the impact on employee parking, reduce air pollution, and expand the range of cyclists and walkers.
- Mountain Link
- Mountain Link offers direct, high-frequency transit service between Woodlands Village, campus, and downtown Flagstaff. Service is free for students, faculty, and staff with a university ID.
- Take Mountain Line with you on the go and have the power of real time arrival technology. The free FLGRide mobile app lets you select your stop and see when the next bus will be there. Simply open FLGRide, select the Route number and then select your bus stop.
- Louie Line and Jacks Line
- The university provides campus shuttle services.
- Real-time bus GPS location monitoring lets you know exactly when the campus shuttle bus is coming.
vRide-Employee Van Pool Program sponsored by NAIPTA
A new Coconino County commuter van pool program for a group of five to twelve people.