Ben Franklin Transit

Richland, WA 99352-4798


About Ben Franklin Transit


1000 Columbia Park Trail
Richland, WA 99352-4798
United States

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Ben Franklin Transit bus routes cover Kennewick, Finley, Pasco, Richland, West Richland, Prosser and Benton City. Riding the bus to work, shopping, school or for visiting friends is easy and economical.

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APTA reveals winners of 2024 International Bus Roadeo

Taking place during the 2024 Mobility Conference in Portland, Ore., this was the first time the event has taken place since the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Rachelle Glazier to leave Ben Franklin Transit April 1

March 27, 2024
Glazier is stepping down citing a family issue; CFO Sarah Funk will serve as interim general manager while a search for a permanent replacement begins.
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Ben Franklin Transit Places Three new Trolley Buses on the Streets of Tri-Cities, Washington

Nov. 17, 2016
Ben Franklin Transit (BFT) has announced that it has replaced three aging buses with new GILLIG low floor buses outfitted with trolley replica packages by Cable Car Classics, ...
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Ben Franklin Transit Announces New General Manager

March 29, 2016
Ben Franklin Transit (BFT) announced that the agency has hired Gloria Boyce as its new general manager.
Pictured L to R - Jerry Winkler – Principal Integrus Architecture Richard Ciccone – BFT Project Manager Tim Fredrickson – BFT General Manager Leo Bowman – Benton County Commissioner & BFT Board Chair

Ben Franklin Transit Receives LEED Gold Certification for Sustainable Design

Aug. 9, 2012
Both the award winning New Administration Building and the remodel of the existing administration building to a new Operations Building received LEED Gold certification.

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Shared Mobility

Data proves microtransit is connecting underserved riders to public transit in Washington state

Feb. 21, 2023
Ben Franklin Transit's CONNECT has experienced ridership growth in the past two years, despite the community’s unpredictable travel needs during COVID-19.

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