Service Announcements

COVID-19 Statement: Streamline provides dependable transportation to essential service workers as well as individuals needing to access essential services. Since many depend on Streamline as their sole means of transportation for essential travel, we will continue to operate our normal weekday hourly routes, Saturday routes, and single Sunday route. Our paratransit service, Galavan, will also still be operating during the stay-at-home order since many depend on this service to get to doctor’s visits, dialysis, and grocery stores. Our LateNight routes (Downtown and Upstream) and 1/2-hour frequency weekday service have been suspended until further notice. We encourage you to follow the Governor’s order to stay out of public spaces as much as possible and ask riders to limit travel to necessary trips only during this time. We have increased daily cleaning efforts, paying particular attention to “high touch” areas. We are rotating between different Streamline buses each day and are thoroughly cleaning the buses after each run. The Downtown Transfer Station is also being cleaned multiple times a day. To further protect the health of our staff and other riders, we ask that you sit at least six feet away from our drivers and all other riders. If you are experiencing symptoms, please reconsider using public transit at this time. Please visit for our current routes and schedules.
Attention All Riders: Attention All Riders! As always, Streamline is dedicated to providing a safe, inclusive, and sustainable transit service, which is why we wanted to let you know that we are closely following the CDC’s recommendations regarding COVID-19. We have increased daily cleaning efforts, paying particular attention to “high touch” areas, and using disinfecting spray. Streamline is following local and national guidelines for keeping our buses and transfer center clean. We will continue to be proactive and flexible because we take everyone’s health and safety seriously. We all can help by washing our hands more often, staying home if we’re sick, covering coughs and sneezes, and not touching our faces. If you are feeling sick, we encourage to reconsider using public transit at this time. If you are concerned about your health while riding, please feel free to practice social distancing. Please refer to the CDC FAQs on how to protect yourself. As of March 16th, 2020, Streamline is implementing the following changes: 1. Half-hour frequency service on Blueline, Redline, and Yellowline/Orangeline is suspended until further notice. 2. The MSU Campus Shuttle will no longer be running this semester. 3. The Bridger Bowl weekend shuttle is suspended due to the closure of Bridger Bowl. 4. LateNight (including both Upstream and Downtown) is cancelled for this upcoming weekend (March 19th, 20th, and 21st). Galavan, Streamline’s paratransit system, is continuing its normal operations at this time. Thank you for your patience as we maneuver through this unique period. Please continue to follow our social media channels and website for updates.
6:45 a.m. Orangeline Run: #RiderAlert the 6:45 a.m. Orangeline run will back up and running starting tomorrow, March 19th.