Thank you for voting YES!! 

On May 2nd, 2023, voters approved the creation of the Gallatin Valley Urban Transportation District, the future home of Streamline.

Everything You Need to Know

Why Vote Yes

Learn why voting YES for the Gallatin Valley Urban Transportation District in the May 2 special election is important.


View common questions and answers about the May 2 vote to create an Urban Transportation District in the Gallatin Valley.


See what local businesses, organizations, and individuals will be voting YES for Streamline.

Get Involved

Do you care about the future of public transportation in our community and want to be involved in this campaign?


Please feel free to contact us via email or mail with questions, concerns, and/or suggestions. 

How To Vote Yes


Watch for YOUR Ballot in the Mail

You have to be registered to vote in Gallatin County before April 14, 2023. All ballots will be mailed out on Friday, April 14. Only people who live within the proposed district boundaries will be able to vote on the UTD. You can view the District Boundaries on the Streamline website.


Fill Out YOUR Ballot

You can fill out and send your ballot back as soon you receive it in the mail! Ballots should be in people’s mailboxes starting the week of April 17 and you have until 8 p.m. on May 2 to return your ballot to the Gallatin County Courthouse.


Mail Back Your Ballot Before April 25

The last day to put your ballot in the mail to ensure it arrives on time to the Gallatin County Courthouse is April 25. After that date, we ask that you drop off your ballot at the Courthouse or ballot drop-off location. We will update our list of ballot drop-off locations as Election Day gets closer.

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