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The Missoula public transportation system is just one of the many transportation options available to Missoulians. The Mountain Line Bus System runs from downtown throughout the city.

Mountain Line & Bus Services

Within the Missoula area, the city is well served by the Mountain Line public bus system. For travelers going east or west across the state, Greyhound Bus Lines and Rimrock Stages also serve the city.

In-City Service

Mountain Line
1221 Shakespeare
(406) 543-8386  Office phone
(406) 721-3333  Information line
(406) 721-2848  ADA Paratransit

Mountain Line is the Missoula-area bus transit system. Generally speaking, you can get anywhere around the urban area on Mountain Line with its Transfer Center located in the heart of Downtown Missoula at 200 W. Pine.

Fare typically costs 85 cents for adults, 25 cents for kids and 35 cents for seniors. Ride tickets and monthly passes are available for purchase at a variety of outlets, and many Missoula businesses offer bus passes as incentives for using public transportation.

The entire fleet of buses is accessible for mobility devices, and Mountain Line operates a comparable paratransit service for ADA eligible passengers. A full scope of information is available on the Mountain Line website including information about how to ride the bus and specifics about how to load your bike on the bus’ bike rack. You’ll also find route schedules, maps,  and trip planners.

The Mountain Line offers a significant number of RIDE FREE programs, including the Out to Lunch shuttle on Wednesdays, the Karl Tyler Fare Free Fridays, the Saturday Market Trolley, and a number of free summer ride programs for kids.

To and From Missoula Bus Service

The Missoula Bus Depot
1660 West Broadway

Getting in and out of Missoula via bus is available through Greyhound Bus Lines or Rimrock Stages , headquartered in Billings, Montana. Both bus lines arrive and depart from the Missoula Bus Depot on West Broadway.

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