MIM helps local businesses, institutions and individuals reduce traffic and improve air quality in the Missoula area through education and encouragement of transportation choices, which include walking, biking, car/vanpooling, telecommuting and riding the bus.
MIM encourages the many sustainable transportation choices offered to the Missoula community in an effort to reduce congestion, pollution and stress, while promoting both individual and community health.
MIM is funded primarily through Federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program funds. These funds are allocated to MIM by the Montana Department of Transportation who receives them from the federal government. The funds are designated for programs and activities that will help communities attain the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) set forth in 1990.
MIM undergoes periodic review to ensure programs and services are not only meeting the needs of Missoulians, but are deploying Transportation Demand Management services effectively. Our most recent review was completed by UrbanTrans in April 2012. View a copy of the report .
435 Ryman St., Missoula, MT 59802