The Big Sky Chamber under its strategic pillar of Encouraging Community Infrastructure Investment commissioned the Big Sky Transportation Study in 2017. As a result of this study, and thanks to the POWER OF PARTNERSHIP, the Big Sky community was a awarded a $10.3 million TIGER Grant in March 2018.
The Big Sky Chamber worked collaboratively with Gallatin County, the MSU Western Transportation Institute / Big Sky Transportation District, the Big Sky Community Organization, Sanderson Stewart and Stahly Engineering, which made the grant application possible in October 2017. The Big Sky TIGER Project will address traffic concerns on MT Hwy 64, insufficient public transit resources for our in-commuting workforce from the greater Gallatin Valley, and multi-modal transit and pedestrian/wildlife safety.

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