Streamline is your free public transit here in Bozeman. Streamline can shrink your carbon footprint by helping you reduce the amount you drive. Not only that, but service is provided every half-hour for most routes and times. Buses start running just before 7am and don’t stop their late-night service until 3am. With four routes, there’s bound to be a fairly direct way to get where you’re going. New for 2012, you can track current bus location from your smartphone or computer, and get up-to-the-minute estimates of arrival at each stop. Streamline routes provide service to and from Bozeman, Belgrade, Four Corners, Livingston and seasonal routes for Bridger Bowl. Streamline also connects with the the Skyline Bus System for travel to and from Big Sky. In sum, Streamline is economical, efficient, eco-conscious, and fare-free!
Skyline will get you from Bozeman to Big Sky, and around for free once you’re there. Fare from Bozeman to Big Sky is $5. A pass must be purchased before riding; drivers cannot accept fares.