Free Transportation in Gallatin County
In Gallatin County, we are lucky to have some options when it comes to getting around town, thanks to the Streamline Bus System, among other transportation services. Here’s the lowdown on how to catch a ride…
Streamline offers fare free service throughout the Bozeman area, with routes providing service to and from Bozeman, Belgrade, Four Corners, Livingston and seasonal routes for Bridger Bowl. Streamline’s ridership continues to grow beyond expectations. Rides in 2009 exceeded 198,000 and 233,000 in 2010. Rider statistics for 2011 grew again to just over 242,700. Streamline celebrated 1 million rides on Veteran’s Day 2011!
New route are being proposed to cover more of Gallatin County. For more information, check out the Transportation Development Plan.
For Streamline routes and schedules, see http://www.streamlinebus.com/routes-schedulesweekday-serviceweekday-service/weekday-service/
Skyline is the Big Sky area bus service that provides the link between Bozeman and Big Sky. The year-round service offers increased travel options for the community. This fee-based bus system provides services between Bozeman and Belgrade to and from Big Sky.
For routes and schedules, see http://www.skylinebus.com/routes-schedules/information/
Providing door-to-door transportation services for senior citizens and persons with disabilities.
For hours of service and contact info, see http://www.thehrdc.org/programs/galavan-transit/
For more information about other community resources in Gallatin County, go here.