Franklin Transit increases service with addition of south bound route serving columbia avenue and historical sites

Franklin, TN – Beginning Monday, November 21, Franklin Transit’s Fixed Route Service expands with the addition of the South Bound Route. The route will serve Franklin’s antique district, the Historic Carter House, Lotz House, Carnton Plantation, Pinkerton Park, in addition to Williamson County Public Library, DHS, Graceworks, Parkway Commons, Franklin Family YMCA, and Watson Glen Shopping Center, in addition to other stops on the route. Service will be provided six days a week.

“We applaud the TMA Group/Franklin Transit Authority for integrating a fixed route for residents with one that will also serve to enhance the visitor experience. Making our three Civil War house attractions more accessible, timely and affordable to our out of town guests is the perfect complement to the three house value ticket recently created by the Battle of Franklin Trust.” said Mark Shore, Executive Director of the Williamson County Convention & Visitors Bureau.

Fares for all Franklin Transit fixed route services are: $1 for Adults; $.50 for Seniors(65+)/Disabled with ID card. Transit ticket books and Franklin Fast Passes can be purchased from transit drivers or at the Transit Center.

Effective Monday, new route maps and schedules will be available on board all transit vehicles and at the Transit Center, located at 708 Columbia Avenue. For more information, call (615) 628-0260

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