Redesign Streamline 2020

Project Background

In November 2019, Streamline launched the Redesign Streamline 2020 planning process. The project involves a comprehensive study of Streamline service and operations, culminating in a Transit Development Plan that details recommendations and implementation strategies for near- and long-term service changes. The short-term route recommendations are scheduled to be implemented in the fall of 2021.

Project Timeline

The project is anticipated to last through fall of 2020. Be sure to check this page for updates throughout the planning process and opportunities to offer feedback. With your help we can redesign Streamline service to meet our growing community’s needs in 2020 and beyond.

Existing Conditions Report

In April 2020, Transit, Management, and Design, Inc. released their existing conditions report of the Streamline bus system. The report can be downloaded here. The report details everything from Streamline’s service history to current service utilization to service availability. It also discusses the next steps in the redesign process.

Redesign Streamline 2020 Survey

After completing the Existing Conditions report, Transportation, Management, and Design, Inc. created a survey that was available to the public. The purpose of the survey was to learn more about travel patterns, key community destinations, etc. The survey was open during the months of April and May 2020. During these two months, it received almost 900 responses! These survey results helped us draft our initial service recommendations report!

Initial Service Recommendations Report

In August 2020, Transportation, Management, and Design, Inc. released the initial service recommendation report for Streamline. A high resolution map of the short-term draft can be found at this link:

https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=1UJ3xaKTo2JaWaZhgyJvELsUc9sP0_WMI&usp=sharing

Public comment on the short-term route recommendations is now closed. The long-term route recommendations will be published on this page once they are finalized.

We are so grateful for our sponsors who made this project possible!

  • Montana Department of Transportation
  • City of Bozeman
  • Gallatin County
  • Bozeman Health
  • City of Belgrade