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21st Century Operations Using 21st Century Technologies

ATCMTD Grant Request: SMORES (Smart Mobility Optimizing Resources, Equality, and Sustainability)

Long Description for Figure 4: SMORES Deployment Area

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  • Three Fords - 1 and three-quarters persons, 12.5 from Manhattan
  • Manhattan - 1 and one-quarters persons, 9.5 miles from Belgrade
  • Belgrade - 7 and one-quarters persons, 11 miles from Bozeman
  • Bozeman - 37 and one-half persons, 44 miles from Big Sky
  • Big Sky - 2 and one-half persons, 51 miles from West Yellowstone
  • West Yellowstone - 1 and one-half persons

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  • Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (BZN) handled 1,107,168 passengers during 2016.
  • More than 80% of the Big Sky area workforce commutes from Bozeman
  • Significant numbers of seasonal and construction workers live in Bozeman hotels while working at tourist destinations.
  • 480,000 visitors to ski Big Sky resort
  • 67% earned less than $25,000 annually in 2014.
  • In 2011 almost 1400 people traveled the MT 191 to work every day.
  • Work Commute Leisure Travel Population (1K)
  • 64% of 4 million visitors pass through West Yellowstone - May through September
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