INFO FOR PASSENGERS
Streamline’s current COVID-19 policies include the following:
- Cleaning and disinfecting our buses multiple times daily, paying particular attention to “high touch” areas, such as handholds and railings
- Creating and enforcing a social-distancing buffer zone by blocking off the first row of seats behind the operator
- Encouraging riders to practice social distancing by putting as much space as possible between themselves and others
- Asking all riders to enter and exit the bus through the rear door when possible
- Giving all operators access to personal protective equipment, such as face masks
- Requiring all riders to wear face masks or face covering
We will continue to revise policies, procedures, and measures as new or revised CDC, FTA, and OSHA guidance becomes available.
Where does the bus stop?
The buses travel on specified routes that are shown on the map. Buses stop at designated bus stops, which are signed along the route. Buses stop at directed stops only when traveling in the stop’s designated direction. Please refer to the map for all stop locations.
When does the bus stop?
The first stop for each route is listed on the left side of the schedule. Reading from the top of the list down, find the stop closest to you in the direction that you are traveling (also refer to route maps). Follow the row from left to right to determine the time the next bus will be at that particular stop. Clocks may differ, so please allow extra time for travel to your stop. Buses will not leave earlier than the scheduled times listed.
Detours & Delays
Due to road improvements and construction, routes and times may be temporarily changed or delayed. Frequently check the Detours & Delays section for updates.
If the temperature is -20F˚ or colder, the bus system may not operate. If for any reason the bus system will not operate, every attempt will be made to inform the public through the local radio and television stations.
Exiting the Bus
Please signal the driver at least one block before your stop by pulling the stop request cable next to your seat. Think safety – do not cross in front of the bus. Wait for the bus to move on before crossing the street.
All buses are wheelchair accessible. Special transportation is available for persons with disabilities who are unable to use the fixed route bus system. Please contact Galavan at 406.587.2434 for more information. ADA Title VI.
Bikes on the Bus
As an added feature, buses are equipped with bike racks so passengers can take their bikes with them. The racks hold up to three bikes and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. The racks are easy to use and are designed for riders to load and unload bikes independently. Assistance is available to first time users where it is safe for the driver to exit the bus.
Days of Service
The bus runs Monday through Friday with modified Saturday service available on the Yellow, Red and Blue lines. Please refer to the timetables for exact hours of service for each route. Service is NOT provided on the following holidays: New Year’s Day, President’s Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Veteran’s Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.