PROGRAMS

There's something for everyone.

Missoula In Motion offers programs year round encouraging everyone to discover their transportation options. There is something for everyone. 

bicyclists in single fie crossing southbound on the Orange St. Bridge

WAY TO GO! MISSOULA

Way to Go! MIssoula provides free services to support anyone interested in sustainable commuting.

Sign up today and enjoy the many membership benefits including: trip planning assistance, car-share matching, vanpool, calorie counter and more. Oh -- and did we mention that you can earn REWARDS for your sustainable commuting habits?!

SIGN UP FOR WAY TO GO! MISSOULA

Homeword empoyees on stage at downtown tonight wearig agency T-shirts posing with colleague who was named Commuter of theYear

COMMUTER OF THE YEAR

Every year we recognize two Missoulians who have built sustainable transportation habits into their daily lives AND who helps promote sustainable transportation at their place of work or in the community. 2019 Commuter of the Year Award Recipients: 

  • John Giddens - MMW Architects

  • Julia Neaves - ATG/Cognizant

2 members of a winning commuter challenge team posing with crown and certificate

COMMUTER CHALLENGE

Every May, local businesses go head-to-head to see who can travel sustainaby the most over a 2 week period.  107 teams competed in the 2019 Challenge, which provides employees a fun way to discover ALL of their transportation options and to kick-start healthy commuting habits as they head into the warmer months. 

The University of Montana Campus Commuter Challenge occurs in February.

Bitterroot Flower shop's sign promoting Walk & Roll Missoula

WALK AND ROLL MISSOULA

Walk and Roll Missoula is a week long community-wide celebration, encouraging all Missoulians to travel by bicycle, bus, carpool, vanpool and on foot. Many thanks to the businesses and organizations providing walking tours and bike rides, coffee & treats, discounts & giveaways, raffles, and more!

Walk & Roll 2019: September 15 - 21

4 bicyclists colorfully dressed shown from the waist down standing with biks

BIKE MONTH

May is National Bike Month. Celebrate with group rides, commuter breakfasts, bike maintenance clinics and more!

Large group of cyclings bikng on street on sunny day

BIKE-A-PALOOZA

Missoula's largest group ride invites bicyclists of all ages and abilities to join in on the fun and explore our trail system. 

Bike-A-Palooza 2017: September 23

Large group of elementary school students standing in front of school with Mayor and volunteers behind

WALKING SCHOOL BUS

Missoula In Motion coordinated 22 Walking School Buses at 5 elementary schools on the 2017 One Less Car Day. The program was funded by a grant from America Walks.

Taxi on street outside of white house with yellow shudders

GUARANTEED RIDE HOME

Way to Go! Missoula members receive up to 4 free taxi or Uber rides per year to act as a safety net on those days when you commute sustainably and then an unexpected situation leaves you without a ride home. 

2 young girls playing in street blowing bubbles during Sunday Streets

SUNDAY STREETS MISSOULA

Sunday Streets Missoula (SSM) is an annual open streets initiative that connects neighborhoods and people across the region and celebrates Missoula as a bikeable, walkable, and liveable community.

 

By temporarily closing our streets to cars, we empower people of all ages, all abilities, and all backgrounds to explore transportation options, discover local businesses, and enjoy healthy activity.

parklet with turf, lawn furniture, flower posts set up in an on-street parking spot

PARKLETS

Also known as pop up parks, parklets convert on street parking spaces into temporary people places in support of a friendly environment for people biking and walking.  They create attractive public spaces for eating, reading, listening to piano music, or meeting a friend. Downtown Parklets occur every First Friday from June to September.
 

Mom with son and daughte on either side posing on street with "One Less Car" poster

ONE LESS CAR DAY

One Less Car Day challenges the community to get as many people as possible to commute sustainably on a single day. Be a part of the movement on Wednesday, September 18

red bike locked to bike rack with UM logo

UM COMMUTER CHALLENGE

In the University of Montana Campus Commuter Challenge campus departments go head-to-head to see who could commute sustainably the most.

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