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ASMSU wishes Streamline a happy 15th birthday!

This quick, easy, zero-fare service is a huge plus in a college town like Bozeman, where many students don’t have cars but still need a way to get to work, stores, entertainment and recreational activities.

Public transit gets students where they need to go, while reducing traffic congestion for the rest of the community.

Bozeman and Montana State University wouldn’t be the same without the bus. Thank you, Streamline!

Norris Blossom

Bozeman

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