Free and inexpensive local transit options
If we aren’t going to walk or ride our bike, local transit in Moscow, Idaho is inexpensive and sometimes free!
SMART Transit’s Moscow Fixed Route service consists of two loops, one on the east side and the other on the west side of town. The routes cover diverse locations including high density living, medical, educational and shopping areas.
The fixed routes are FARE FREE!
The West Route covers the west side of Moscow and U of I campus including the Bruce M. Pitman Center and dorms along Sixth Street, Walmart, Moscow Family Medicine Quickcare, Winco, Palouse Mall, A Street, Rosauers, downtown and Gritman Medical Center.
The East Route covers the east side of Moscow from U of I campus including the Bruce M. Pitman Center, downtown, Rosauers, Moscow High School, East City Park, Aquatic Center, Moscow Junior High School, Skateboard Park, Latah County Fairgrounds, Eastside Marketplace and Styner Avenue.
Both routes leave the Moscow Intermodal Transit Center at 10 and 40 minutes after each hour from 6:40 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 8:10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays.
Vandal Access: on-campus ADA mobility assistance
Parking and Transportation Services’ Vandal Access service provides University of Idaho students and employees with mobility-limiting disabilities or conditions equal access to facilities, programs and services on campus, as well as the Student Health Clinic downtown.
The free ADA accessible Vandal Access service operates during fall and spring academic sessions only, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
If you’re used to big city taxi fares, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the affordable taxi services here in Moscow. Whether you’re getting home after a celebration or need to get to the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport, taxis are a good option that won’t break your bank account.