The Flagstaff Urban Trail System and NAIPTA buses are integral parts of our transportation system. They benefit their users and car drivers (less congestion).
We also need realistic funding for road projects. The state legislature has only recently returned some of the withheld Highway User Fund revenue to the city. Our state gasoline tax has not changed in 26 years (a 45% loss to inflation).
Intersection improvements are cost effective because intersections are the bottlenecks. Projects like turn lanes on Humphreys Street, and improved signal light timing projects, could help. Alternate routes, like the Lone Tree corridor, could relieve congestion.