We take the health and safety of our team, riders and this community seriously. Please find information below about Mountain Line’s operations during COVID-19.
Service on Routes 1, 2, 8 & 12 is adjusted through September 4 due to a staffing shortage. Normal service will resume September 7. Schedules here.
We are proud to be a participating agency in the nationwide Health & Safety Commitments Program through the American Public Transportation Association. Mountain Line has joined public transit agencies across the country in committing to making every ride safer — we’re doing our part and thank you for doing yours.
We ask all riders to please adhere to the following:
We are taking all precautions to ensure our bus operators, riders and the community are safe.
We thoroughly clean and disinfect our buses and the Downtown Transfer Center lobby multiple times daily, paying particular attention to high-touch areas, such as handholds and railings. We also provide our operators with personal protective equipment.
Cancer Treatment Transportation
In partnership with the American Cancer Society, Providence Health & Services and Community Medical Center, Mountain Line is also stepping up to provide safe, reliable transportation to patients receiving cancer treatment in Missoula. This special service allows American Cancer Society volunteers the opportunity to stay safely at home and help slow the spread of COVID-19. We’re grateful to be part of our community’s collaborative response to help flatten the curve.
Community Wi-Fi Hotspots
During the height of stay at home orders, Mountain Line partnered with local faith organizations and the Homelessness Task Force to station wi-fi-equipped electric buses in the community to serve as free wi-fi hotspots. Due to a decrease in demand, these hotspot site have been suspended.
Mountain Line will do all it can to support this community. We have removed an accessible van from normal service and made it available to emergency service for the transport of those experiencing homelessness in our community to access medical services related to COVID-19.
Conditions during the pandemic are constantly changing and we continue to work closely with the city, county and emergency services on a coordinated response to the COVID-19 outbreak, including collaboration to provide safe, reliable transit service to those in need.
For updates about public meetings during COVID-19, please click here.
Please continue to check this page on our website and follow our social media channels for the latest updates.
As always, please reach out anytime with questions or concerns at 406-721-3333. We are grateful for your continued support of Mountain Line, our community public transit system that benefits us all.