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