Streamline Bus and Skyline
The Streamline Bus is Bozeman's fare free bus system. Streamline features 5 weekday routes that run from 6:30 am to 7:15 pm, 4 Saturday routes that run from 7:30 am to 6:15 pm, and 2 late night routes that run from 8:00 pm to 2:30 am Thursday thru Saturday. Maps and schedules are available at streamlinebus.com or by using theRouteshout mobile app available foriOS andAndroid.
In addition to the main bus stop at the SUB, the Streamline routes have stops at other campus locations making it a convenient transportation choice. In addition to serving the MSU campus the Streamline routes serve downtown, Bozeman Health hospital, the Gallatin Valley Mall, Walmart, Target, and many of the neighborhoods on the north and west side of Bozeman. Streamline also serves commuters coming from Belgrade and Livingston with routes that run at peak commuting times. All of the buses have bike racks on the front, so if you bike part of the way, the Streamline will gladly take you the rest of the way. The Streamline Bus also runs to Bridger Bowl from campus or the Fairgrounds on weekends during ski season! The Streamline Bus is supported by ASMSU and your student fees.
Skyline serves Big Sky and has routes that connect the mountain with the Meadow and Town Center and the Canyon. These services are fare free. In addition, the Link Express Route connects Bozeman, Four Corners, and Gallatin Gateway with Big Sky. A bus pass or cash fare is required for the Link Express Route.