Missoula has two extensive zero-fare bus systems, Mountain Line and the University of Montana UDASH, both with real time tracking so you won’t waste time wondering when and where to catch your ride.
Mountain Line is Missoula's municipal transit agency. Mountain Line operates 12 zero fare fixed bus routes in and around Missoula that are open to the public. Click above for more information, live bus tracker and rider alerts.
Biking and busing has never been easier in Missoula. Check out all the ways to seamlessly join these modes together, including quick mount bike racks on every bus in Missoula!
The University of Montana UDASH bus routes are zero-fare and open to the public. The four routes are the Red Line, Green Line, Purple Line, and the Late Night Downtown Gold Line. Keep in mind UDASH only runs when UM is in session.
Mountain Line operates ADA Comparable Paratransit service and Shuttle Van service for eligible passengers within a ¾ mile radius of existing fixed routes. Use of these services is dependent upon meeting eligibility requirements. Paratransit and Shuttle Van services must be scheduled in advance.
Download the Mountain Line Transit mobile app for real-time bus information including real-time location of the buses, route maps and schedules, bus location-based ETAs, arrival notifications and rider alerts.
Missoula In Motion will cover the cost of your ride home should you or a family member have an emergency. Feel okay about leaving your car at home with access to 12 Guaranteed Rides Home per year! Just log 1-2 trips consistently in Way to Go! Missoula to qualify.
All Mountain Line and UDASH buses have bike racks making it easy to put your bike on the bus! Find a step by step guide in the resources above.
WAY TO GO!
Way to Go! Missoula makes planning and logging sustainable trips simple, convenient and interactive. Track your stats, earn badges and log your trips. The more trips you log, the more points you'll earn to spend on rewards to local businesses!
“I’ve experienced more free time and it's good people watching. I recommend getting the app and getting a paper map just in case your phone is dead or the internet is down. I was nervous when I took the bus for the first time. I did it alone. I wanted to just get out of the house so I decided to take a bus downtown. I just walked around downtown by myself.
It was awesome!”
- Claire & Logan