Starting Monday, July 26, Mountain Line will be adjusting frequency on Routes 1 and 2 from 15-minutes to 20-minutes. This adjusted schedule is in effect July 26 through September 4, 2021. Normal service is expected to resume Monday, September 6.
Like many agencies across Missoula and the nation, Mountain Line is experiencing a staffing shortage. The agency has a full bus operator training class in progress, with additional classes slated to start in August and September.
“In order to allow our new trainees time to complete their training, and to protect existing employees from burnout, we have decided to temporarily adjust frequency along some routes,” said CEO and General Manager Corey Aldridge.
Mountain Line is actively recruiting customer-service and safety-oriented individuals. The agency offers competitive pay, paid training to earn your CDL, full benefits and a retirement plan.
Apply at mountainline.com/careers.