SMART Transit routes take you to popular destinations throughout the City of Moscow. Buses stop at medical offices, shopping areas, schools (including the University of Idaho campus) and high-density housing developments.
Everyone rides free!
There are two fixed routes. Both routes connect at Moscow’s Intermodal Transit Center at 1006 Railroad Street.
West side loop
Covers the west side of Moscow and the University of Idaho campus. Stops include:
- Student Union Building (ISUB) and residence halls along Sixth Street
- Moscow Family Medicine QuickCARE
- Palouse Mall
- A Street
- Downtown Moscow
- Gritman Medical Center
East side loop
Covers the east side of Moscow from the UI campus. Stops include
- Downtown Moscow
- Moscow High School
- East City Park
- Aquatic Center
- Moscow Junior High School
- Skateboard Park
- Latah County Fairgrounds
- Eastside Marketplace
- Styner Avenue
Buses depart the Intermodal Transit Center at 10 minutes and 40 minutes after the hour.
Most stops are served every half hour.
Need curb-to-curb service?
If you need a more personalized transit option than fixed-route buses, consider using Dial-A-Ride. It offers curb-to-curb service with pickups at prescheduled times.
SMART Transit is a ticket agent for Northwestern Trailways intercity bus tickets. Intercity bus services operate 7 days a week, including holidays. When you ride Northwestern Trailways, you can connect with Greyhound and other providers to reach destinations nationwide.
Only cash or credit/debit cards are accepted for Northwestern Trailways and Greyhound ticket purchases. Sorry, no checks.
When you buy your ticket from SMART Transit, you are supporting public transportation in Moscow. SMART Transit receives a commission for every ticket sold on site.
Ticket sales window hours
Buy tickets in person at the Moscow Intermodal Transit Center
Monday through Friday: 6:30 a.m. to 6:15 p.m.
Saturday: 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Online ticket sales
You may also purchase tickets directly from the intercity carriers:
- Northwestern Trailways (800-366-3830)
Contact the carriers or visit their websites for information about routes, schedules, baggage, and more.
When you buy tickets online, most exchanges, refunds, and customer service inquiries must also be made online. If you prefer local customer service, buy your ticket from SMART Transit.
Trip planning tools
Google Maps and Bing Maps
Both tools provide directions for your entire trip, including the walk to the bus stop.
Visit the Idaho Transportation Department online for road reports, maps, and more.