Moab Area Transit

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The Moab Area Transit (MAT) pilot program is a new, fare-free, transit service in Moab. MAT provides residents and visitors with more options for day-to-day transportation in Moab. Transportation will be provided using comfortable MAT-branded 13-passenger vans.  

March 16, 10 a.m., Moab Information Center parking lot, southeast corner of Center and Main.

MAT includes an on-demand microtransit service providing door-to-door transportation to and from any location within the broader service area.
Download the MAT app on your phone to schedule rides. 

MAT Microtransit Hours:
 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily from March 16 to Oct. 15 
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, Oct. 16 to March 15 

MAT also includes a fixed-route service that will bring riders to predetermined destinations along Main Street. This route will provide regular stops between the Fairfield Inn north of town to the Utah State University Moab campus at Aggie Boulevard. 

One goal of the fixed route is to reduce downtown traffic congestion by providing a transportation option that encourages visitors to leave their vehicles at their hotels and instead travel downtown for shopping and dining via the MAT 13-passenger vans. Residents are also invited to take advantage of the fixed-route service for quick travel along Moab’s Main Street.

MAT Fixed-Route Hours:
9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily from March 16 to Oct. 15 
No fixed-route service from Oct. 16 to March 15 

Contact Us

Richard Lory

Transit Coordinator

Email Transit Coordinator


View the MAT Service Area Map

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Download the Moab Area Transit app to easily:  

  • Locate the fixed route stops and see where the fixed route shuttle is on its route. 

  • Visualize the on-demand microtransit service area and schedule a pickup and dropoff within the boundaries.

For more info or to request a ride by phone: 1-833-MAT-FREE

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Scan the QR code to download the MAT app

Funding for the Moab Area Transit pilot program is provided through a Utah Hotspot grant administered by the Utah Department of Transportation, with additional funding from the City of Moab and Grand County.