The only known landmarks of Flagstaff are the Elden Mountain, the Flagstaff Station and the Museum Club.
A lot of companies have depots in the Flagstaff city centre: There are a Bitumen depot, an Eddy's supermarket, a Plaster & Sons construction area, a Sell Goods depot, a Voltison Motors dealer and a Wallbert depot. Truckers also can find there a Gallon Oil gas station, an International truck dealer, a garage, a motel, another service shop and another gas station.
In addition, there is a HMS Machinery depot to the west of the city.
Flagstaff is connected to other cities by four roads:
- The runs from US 180 on the west side of Flagstaff and past I-40 to Camp Verde and Phoenix to the south.
- The runs to Kingman and Los Angeles, California to the west and Holbrook and Albuquerque, New Mexico to the east.
- The runs from US 180 on the east side of Flagstaff towards Page and Kayenta (the latter city via the ).
- The runs to Grand Canyon Village to the northwest and Holbrook to the east, concurrent with I-40.
In update 1.36, the street between Route 66 and Aspen Street, in front of Flagstaff Station, was added. The Peterbilt truck dealer was replaced with an International truck dealer, and minor improvements were made throughout the city.
See Also Edit
|Cities||Camp Verde - Clifton - Ehrenberg - Flagstaff - Grand Canyon Village - Holbrook - Kayenta - Kingman - Nogales - Page - Phoenix - San Simon - Show Low - Sierra Vista - Tucson - Yuma|
|Highways|| Interstate 8 - Interstate 10 - Interstate 15 - Interstate 17 - Interstate 19 - Interstate 40|
US 60 - US 64 - US 70 - US 89 - US 89A - US 93 - US 95 - US 160 - US 163 - US 180 - US 191
AZ 51 - AZ 61 - AZ 64 - AZ 66 - AZ 77 - AZ 85 - AZ 89 - AZ 90 - AZ 92 - AZ 98 - AZ 260 - AZ 303 - AZ 389