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. If you would like to join the MITS team, you can find more information about current job openings on our Employment page.

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

Join us all year for the Route Scout contest, the best “I spy” game around!  Multiple chances to win!

News

Route to New Justice Center

The new Delaware County Justice & Rehabilitation Center, located at 3100 Tillotson Ave is now open. Starting today, January 11, 2021 all court cases will be handled at this new location. If you need transport to this new space,  MITS route 12 will deviate by request to accommodate you.  

Route Scout – January

Welcome to the first mystery box in the MITS Route Scout competition (click here for full details of the year long Route Scout contest) As promised, we will reveal close-up photos and clues on social media and our website. One winner will walk away with a $30 value prize this month, including a $20 Gift Card…

MITS Award

Employee Spotlight

Steve OwENS Receives A. David Werner Award

Muncie Indiana Transit System (MITS) is pleased to announce that Steve Owens received the 2018 A. David Werner Award for Outstanding Service on March 7, 2019 at the monthly MITS Board of Directors meeting. Owens is a Bus Operator and has been with MITS for 6 years, this is his first time receiving the award. To continue reading please click here.

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