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Transportation Routes

The Navajo Nation is within a 500-mile radius of major west coast, southwestern, and international markets. Interstate 40 follows along the reservation’s southern border providing convenient access to the reservation. An extensive roadway network, commuter and charter air services, Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad line, and more than a dozen freight and transport services are located in nearby border towns.

Highways
Seventeen highways traverse the Navajo Nation including:

East/West Highways
North/South Highways
Interstate 40
US Highway 66/160
US Highway 64
US Highway 163
State Highway 264
State Highway 98
State Highway 64
State Highway 44
US Highway 666
US Highway 89
US Highway 191
State Highway 509
State Highway 87
State Highway 262
State Highway 566
State Highway 371

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Public Transportation
The Navajo Nation Transit System (NTS) is the sole public transportation system on the Navajo Nation. It offers 23 buses and 3 vans with a total seating capacity of 847 passengers. It has seven fixed-route services as well as a charter and special operations service. For more information contact:

Navajo Transit System
PO Box 1330
Window Rock, AZ 86515
(928) 729-4002

Railway
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company

Air
Commercial air service is available in the nearby, off-reservation cities of Farmington and Gallup, New Mexico, as well as Flagstaff, Arizona by Mesa Air and America West Airlines. Window Rock Airport services private planes.

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