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Web Maps

The pedestrian network maps help us visualize the condition and needs of our pedestrian environment. The data were collected by both volunteers and MPO staff and are a key component of the Pedestrian Facilities Master Plan. The maps include the following data:

  • The location and priority level of Missoula's missing sidewalks

  • The location and condition of Missoula's existing sidewalks

  • The presence of pedestrian ramp improvements at Missoula's intersections

  • The location of motor-vehicle crashes involving pedestrians

The bicycle network maps provide information on Missoula's existing bicycle environment including infrastructure, connectivity, comfort levels, and crash locations. Mapping this information helps us identify gaps in our active transportation system and can be used as a helpful route planning tool for individuals biking in Missoula. The maps include the following data:

  • The location of Missoula's bicycle facilities

  • The level of traffic stress expected for bicyclists along Missoula's roadways

  • The location of motor-vehicle crashes involving bicyclists

These crash data maps are a useful tool for identifying high crash streets and potentially dangerous intersections. The data displayed in these maps were an integral component of the Community Transportation Safety Plan.

  • Motor vehicle crashes

  • Non-motorized crashes

  • Pedestrian Crashes

  • Bicycle Crashes

Montana department of Transportation (MDT) provides annual average daily traffic (AADT) data for the state. When zoomed into the Missoula area the map shows AADT by road segment. Follow this link to explore additional interactive web maps provided by MDT.

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