Bozeman is a mobile city, with many options for transportation to and from the City as well as getting around while in the City.
Whether you are a tourist, a student, a full time resident, or a part-time resident, you will find that getting around Bozeman, Montana is easy. There are many forms of transportation that can get you to and from Bozeman and a variety of transportation options for getting around the city once there.
Bozeman is located along Interstate 90, and just a few miles east of Interstate 15, making access to the area easy via automobile. Many visitors to the area combine their trip to Bozeman with a vacation to Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park or Glacier National Park. Regardless of the direction you are coming or the direction you are going, it is easy to drive to Bozeman.
Flying to Gallatin Field Airport (BZN) is easy with several major airlines providing daily non-stop service to and from multiple destinations throughout the United States. It is one of three major regional airports serving Southwestern Montana.
Alaska, Allegiant, Delta, Frontier, Horizon, Midwest, United, and US Airways service the airport.
Upon arrival at BZN, travel within the region is easy with the airport only 8 miles from downtown Bozeman and easy access to interstate and secondary highways for travel beyond.
The rental car center is located adjacent to the baggage claim area at the airport and includes several on-airport rental car companies. Other car rental companies are also available at other locations in town.
Bozeman has had a public bus transportation system: The Streamline Bus. The public bus system operates four routes covering most of the Bozeman area and it is funded by a variety of Federal, State and local sources. This funding allows passengers to use the public bus system free of charge.