While offering big-city amenities, Great Falls gives residents an ease of mobility without the hassles of big-city congestion and lengthy commutes.
More than four out of five commuters in Great Falls (83%) have a daily drive to work of less than 20 minutes, compared to the U.S. average of 41%. In addition, more than 4% of Great Falls residents walk or bike to work, also above the U.S. average, and many residents commute to work via the River’s Edge Trail, which stretches almost 60 miles along the Missouri River.
Great Falls is served by major transportation routes, including the north-south Interstate 15 that stretches from San Diego to the Canadian border. U.S. Highways 87 and 89 run through Great Falls and connect to I-15.