Sedona Transit News

August 4, 2022
Sedona Transit Advisory Committee Update

August 4, 2022: The Sedona Transit Advisory Committee (STAC) is now active! The first meeting occurred on July 20, 2022, in where the STAC elected its Chair and Vice Chair, and provided recommendations on the fare policy for the upcoming MicroTransit service (Late 2022 - Early 2023). The second meeting of the STAC will occur…

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June 28, 2022
Line 11 now providing service to Mescal trailhead day use area.

The line 11 is now providing shuttle service from the Posse Gourds Park & Ride to the Mescal Trailhead day use area. From the Mescal trail, hikers can access the Chuckwagon Trail, Devil’s Bridge (best / shortest access), Long Canyon Trail, and Deadman’s Pass. If you don't want to share your hike to Devil's Bridge…

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June 1, 2022
City accepting applications for the Sedona Transit Advisory Committee

The city of Sedona is accepting applications from individuals from key sectors within the community, (e.g., disabled, elderly, social service, Veterans, education, healthcare, youth, business, and regular citizens of the community) to serve on the newly formed Transit Advisory Committee (TAC). The TAC shall serve in an advisory capacity to the CITY Manager or his…

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June 1, 2022
Summer Service Change Coming Thur, June 9

On June 9, 2022, the Sedona Shuttle will make a number of service changes to enhance trail access. Hours of service will shift one hour earlier to reflect the longer summer days. Shuttles will operate from 7 AM to 5:30 PM, Thursday through Sunday. Route 11 will be expanded to serve Mescal Trailhead. This will…

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March 30, 2022
Easy Access to Devil’s Bridge

One of the most common questions you hear in Sedona is “How do I get to Devil’s Bridge?” The answer used to involve having a four-wheel drive vehicle or parking in areas that were illegal and unsafe. But now the answer is the Sedona Shuttle. Sedona Shuttle is by far the easiest way to access…

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March 29, 2022
Public Transit Has Arrived!

On March 24th, the City of Sedona launched the first phase of its Transit Implementation Plan. The new transit system, the Sedona Shuttle, began operation with routes to four of the area’s most popular trailheads, Cathedral Rock, Soldier Pass, Dry Creek, and Little Horse.Beginning service in the midst to the busy spring break season, ridership…

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March 28, 2022
Sedona Shuttle to Run Every Day from March 31 to April 17

To accommodate the large number of visitors in Sedona for spring break, the Sedona Shuttle Trailhead routes will run every day from Thursday, March 31 through Sunday April 17.  Bus will operate daily from 8 AM to 6:30 PM.  Complete schedule information is available on this website.  However, heavy traffic may lead to schedule variances,…

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March 15, 2022
Mask Required on Public Transportation through April 18

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has extended the security directive requiring masks on public transportation conveyances and in public transportation hubs through April 18, 2022. During this time, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will work with the U.S. Department of Transportation regarding when and under what circumstances masks should be required for public…

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March 2, 2022
Public Transit is Coming to Sedona!

On March 24th, the city of Sedona will launch the first phase of its transit implementation plan. The new transit system, the Sedona Shuttle, will begin with service to several of the area’s most popular trailheads, including  Cathedral Rock, Soldier Pass, Dry Creek, and Little Horse. Everything you need to know about the service can…

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