It’s Holly Trolley Time!
It’s that time of year again! Tickets and posters are now on sale for the 2015 Holly Trolley Event! Purchase your tickets today to reserve your seat on one of our Holly Trolleys! The Holly Trolley event will begin on December 4th and wrap up on December 20th. New this year, the event will feature the beautiful holiday light displays in Westhaven, downtown Franklin and surrounding areas in Williamson County. Tickets are selling fast, so get yours today! See tickets page for more information on dates and times.
Holly Trolley 2015 is Sold Out! Thank you for your interest and support!
Commemorative Holly Trolley Posters are still available, to purchase yours click here!
Franklin Transit connects people in the Franklin and Cool Springs Area by providing public transportation services. The service is managed and operated by The TMA Group for the Franklin Transit Authority.
Customer Attention Services:
If you need assistance, have questions or a general inquiry, call (615) 628-0260 and we will be happy to help you with your transit needs!
Hours of Service:
Monday – Saturday: 6:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Pick Your Ride:
This service is provided throughout City of Franklin, including the Cool Springs area.
- Transit On DemanD (TODD) Service
TODD is a pre-arranged, curb-to-curb pick-up and drop-off service that also provides all-day, same-day access to Franklin’s Fixed Route Service.
- Route 91X – Franklin/Nashville Express Commuter Bus Service
Franklin Transit provides connective local service to 91X. For schedule and fare information, click here.
- Route 95X – Spring Hill/Nashville Express Commuter Bus Service
For schedule and fare information, click here.
- Jacqueline Adams
- Barton Campbell
- Deborah Cerda
- David Collins
- Thomas Davis
- Kelsey Dixon
- Jessie Franklin
- Vivian Leach
- Keith Luster
- Philip Marlin
- Jeannie Newcome
- LaShawn Otey
- Linda Tidwell
- Schedules and Maps
- Transit vehicles are ADA-accessible.
- One-Half Adult Fares are offered during regular service hours to:
- Persons age 65 and over;
- Persons with disabilities;
- Persons with a valid Medicare card.
Rider Training/Transit Schools are available for first-time riders, civic and community groups, businesses and area agencies. The training lasts approximately 45 minutes and sessions include:
- Introduction to services
- Map and schedule reading
- Safe boarding and de-boarding transit vehicles
- Fare payment
- Scheduling TODD trips.
Call (615) 628-0260 for more information or to schedule training.
Lost and Found
(615) 628-0260, Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
The Franklin Transit System receives funding from the Federal Transit Administration, the Tennessee Department of Transportation, the City of Franklin, and fares. American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 funds were invested in the system.
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