In the News

Interested in learning more about the Yes for Streamline campaign? Read some recent news stories below! 

Bozeman Daily Chronicle: Voters to Decide the Future of Streamline Bus Service

The formation of the UTD is on the May 2 school election ballot for voters in the proposed district, which is roughly the triangle area including and between Bozeman, Belgrade and Four Corners.

Heather Grenier, HRDC’s CEO, emphasized that forming the UTD will not cost taxpayers. If the vote goes through, Grenier said there would be a two-year transition period to get the UTD fully operational, and in the meantime HRDC would continue to run Streamline.


Guest column: Streamline connects Bozeman and beyond to health care

We are a group of Montana WWAMI medical students who are part of the Montana State University Health Equity Circle, a national group committed to promoting systems-level change to increase equity in healthcare. As such, we are voting yes in May to support the UTD and keep Streamline running and accessible to all in and around Bozeman.