Gallatin Valley Urban Transportation District Vote Successful

The Gallatin County Elections Department has released preliminary results showing that voters approved the creation of the Gallatin Valley Urban Transportation District (GVUTD). This District will be the future home of Streamline and Galavan.


Buses on the Ballot: Voters to Decide the Future of Streamline Bus Service

Check out our recent feature story in the Bozeman Daily Chronicle to learn more about Streamline and the Gallatin Valley Urban Transportation District!

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HRDC and Transit Supporters Submit Petition to Form a UTD

HRDC and community partners turned in the Urban Transportation District (UTD) petition to the Gallatin County Elections office on December 8th! Click here to learn more about the next steps in the UTD process.


Streamline Benefits Us All

Streamline benefits everyone in the community by helping those with disabilities, providing adequate workforce transportation, reducing parking pressure, improving air quality, and more!


Streamline Wins National Transit Award

Streamline transported hundreds of essential workers during the pandemic.


Rider Alert – MSU SUB Stop Information

Due to potential road construction at the intersection of W Grant St and S 7th Ave, the MSU SUB stop may not be accessible to vehicle traffic at times. If access to the SUB is available, buses will continue to use this stop as normal. However, if construction prevents bus access to the SUB, riders […]

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Streamline offers zero-fare public transportation service throughout the Gallatin Valley.

HRDC launched Streamline with a mission to provide mobility services and alternatives to single-occupancy vehicles in southwest Montana. This mission is increasingly more important as Gallatin Valley grows. Streamline helps meet the needs of our increasing population in a number of ways, benefiting not just riders, but everyone living in the community. 

Statement of Non-Discrimination:

HRDC’s Streamline is committed to ensuring that no person is excluded from participation in, or denied the benefits of, or be subject to discrimination in the receipt of its services or programs on the basis of race, color or national origin or any other characteristics protected by state or federal law, including: the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended. Further, under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, no entity shall discriminate against an individual with a physical or mental disability in connection with the provision of transportation service. To this end Streamline has updated its Title VI program, as required by the Federal Transit Administration, and is available for review.

Complaint forms may be obtained at:
civilrights/forms/civil-rights-discrimination-complaint-form.pdf or a paper copy can be mailed to you by calling 406.444.6334. Those using a TTY may call 1-800-335-7592 or Montana Relay at 711.

See where your bus is and when it is expected to arrive

Let us take you where you want to go

Your time is valuable. You need to get to work, to class, or to your appointment. So remove the uncertainty, be on time, and know of any delays. It’s easy! Just hop on your mobile phone or the web and get alerted to schedule changes, service disruptions, and even weather of traffic delays.

Or text STRM (short stop name) to 25252. You can find the short stop name located on the back of each bus stop sign, on the Bus Tracking website, or call our office at 406-587-2434 (Monday-Friday).