White Mountain Connection
Bus Route, Stops, & Schedule
BUS FARE and BUS PASS
Regular $1.00 per trip
.50 per trip
$ .50 per trip
Monthly - unlimited
Senior - 20
Disabled - 20
rides $ 7.50
Within the same
town $1.00 per trip
To the next
pass $ 8.00
Monthly pass, in
Senior - 20
Disabled - 20
passes can be purchased at Show Low City Hall
miss the bus! Advertise on our Roaming Billboards.
Our buses travel 275,00 miles
annually throughout our communities,
with 804 stops daily Monday-Saturday.
Maximize your advertising dollars!
Karyna today at 928-637-4388 to grab your spot!
Your advertising dollars help offset our
local cost for operating our public bus service.
Thank you Four Seasons Connection &
White Mountain Connection advertisers:
Know? Transit advertising is recognized as one of the most
effective forms of outdoor advertising. The larger than-than-life impact
builds exceptional recall when people are seeking your product or
service. Bus advertising also compliments and reinforces your overall
advertising program. Our transit system routes are planned so that our
buses travel within
heavily populated commercial and residential areas, exposing your
message to every demographic group.
About Us: Show Low’s 5311 Rural Transportation Program has been
effectively serving the region’s public transportation needs since 1996.
The City operates two public transit lines with broad service areas that
include partnerships with the City of Show Low, Town of Pinetop-Lakeside,
Town of Taylor, Town of Snowflake, Northland Pioneer College, Hon-Dah Resort
and Conference Center, and the Navajo County government complex in Holbrook. All
partners contribute to provide the matching funds required by the 5311
The Four Seasons Connection (FSC)
is the original transit route that began operation in 1996. The FSC
operates two routes (51 stops) that service the communities of Show Low and
Pinetop-Lakeside, Monday through Saturday, 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
As of 2011, FSC annual ridership totaled
164,055 and is expected to top 200,000 in 2012.
Mountain Connection (WMC) is a regional commuter service that began
operation in 2009. The WMC connects the communities of Show Low,
Pinetop-Lakeside, Taylor, Snowflake,
and the Navajo County
government complex in Holbrook,
Monday through Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.,
with three rounds trips each day.
Annual ridership in 2011 totaled 20,225 and is
expected to top 24,000 in 2012.
Northland Pioneer College:
Bus service is provided Monday -
Saturday to the Show Low campus, and Monday - Friday to the Silver Creek
campus in Snowflake, and the Painted Desert campus in Holbrook.
Discounted student semester passes are available for purchase.