Missoula Development Services-Transportation Division serves as staff to the Missoula Metropolitan Planning Organization and participates in and coordinates the transportation planning program for the Missoula urban area. This program is a collaborative effort and conducted in cooperation with the City and County of Missoula, Missoula Urban Transportation District (Mountain Line), Montana Department of Transportation (MDT), Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), Federal Transit Administration (FTA), and other local, State, and Federal agencies.
Missoula In Motion
Missoula In Motion (MIM) strives to educate Missoulians on their transportation options for both school and work commutes. Through various outreach projects and events, including the Way to Go! Club, MIM promotes the many sustainable transportation options offered in the Missoula community in an effort to reduce congestion, pollution and stress, while promoting both individual and community health.
Bicycle and Pedestrian Program
The Bicycle/Pedestrian Office enhances active transportation options. Programs include Bike Racks for Businesses, Safe Routes to School, National Bike Month, Bike Walk Bus Week, Bicycle Ambassadors, and other safety and education campaigns. In coordination with other local and regional government agencies, businesses, and organizations, the Bicycle/Pedestrian Office helps keep Missoula walkable and bike-able.