Ride with MITS

Getting around Muncie, Indiana could not be easier when you ride with MITS (Muncie Indiana Transit System).  With 14 routes covering the city, our buses can connect you to Ball State University, the Muncie Mall, Ball Memorial Hospital, Ivy Tech Community College, Minnetrista Cultural Center, Walmart, Downtown Muncie, and many places in between.  Our MITSPlus service provides door-to-door service for people with disabilities.

Use our Plan Your Trip guide to find routes and bus schedules, or call (765) 289-MITS (6487) to speak with our operator.  If you are looking for advertising options, then please check out our Transit Advertising opportunities. Don’t forget to check our Leadership page for information on the next public board meeting. MITS is currently hiring drivers and mechanics, if you are interested in either job then please find more information and apply on our Employment page.

If you are a veteran or student, you ride MITS for FREE!  Come ride with us!

News

Route 3 & Route 7 Changes

  MITS Route #3 changes beginning Wednesday, February 14, 2018. The Northwest Plaza bus will begin going through the Payless parking lot from Wheeling to Rosewood to McGalliard to the regular route. This is an ongoing change to the route. MITS Route #7 detour beginning Thursday, February 15, 2018. The East Jackson St. bridge will…

New Routes Starting Monday, February 5, 2018

ATTENTION ALL MITS RIDERS Starting Monday, February 5, 2018, the following changes to MITS Routes 12, 14 and 16 will go into effect. Route 12 bus will continue to detour into DIY with the 6:15 and 6:45 stops but will also detour into Magna Powertrain factory on Cowan Road. The afternoon 2:15, 2:45 and 3:15 stops…

Employee Spotlight

Amy Howell Receives A. David Werner Award

Muncie Indiana Transit System (MITS) is pleased to announce that Amy Howell received the 2016 A. David Werner Award for Outstanding Service on April 6, 2017 at the monthly MITS Board of Directors meeting. Howell is the Assistant Director of Finance and has been with MITS for 20 years, and this is her first year to receive the award. On how it feels to be recognized for her work and achievements, Howell said, “I was proud. I was really honored to win, just because of who [David Werner] was. To even think that I would compare to that type of person made me feel proud.” Howell said that each day she comes in she just tries “to do my job. So it’s nice to know that I help people, more than I realized.”

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