Franklin County Transportation

"Come Ride With Us"

PASSENGER TIPS 

SAFETY: 

  • Be alert at all times while riding the bus. 
  • Wear your seatbelt
  • Stay seated on the bus and you may hold onto seat bars while bus is in motion
  • Don't change seats after the bus is in motion
  • When standing, always hold on to stanchions, hand bars or seat bars
  • Do not sit in stairwell of the bus
  • Never sit on the ground at a bus stop while waiting for the bus arrival. 
  • Stay clear of the bus when the bus arrives and departs. 

RIDING: 

  • Step to the curb of the bus stop if you wish to be picked up. 
  • Wear light colored clothing at night. 
  • Do not litter. 
  • When standing, move to the rear of the bus. 
  • Honor courtesy seating at the front of the bus for seniors or the disabled. 
  • Passengers are asked to report any vandalism or illegal activity promptly to the bus driver. 

THE LAW: 

  • It is illegal to board the bus from the rear emergency exit. 
  • It is a misdemeanor to fail or refuse to pay applicable fares or present a counterfeit bus pass
  • Assaults or terroristic threats of a bus driver are considered a class C felony. 

Northern Franklin

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In the Northern part of Franklin County, bus service is provided within and between Chateaugay, Burke, Fort Covington, St. Regis Falls, Malone and surrounding communities.

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Adirondack Route

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The Adirondack Route connects Northern and Southern Franklin County and provides valuable transportation into Lake Placid, located in Essex County. This service operates 7 days a weeks and makes 3 round trips per day between the northern and southern portions of the county.

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Southern Franklin

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In the Southern part of Franklin County, bus service is provided within Saranac Lake, Tupper Lake and into Lake Placid, located in Essex County, seven days a week.

 

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 Franklin County Transportation is committed to providing non-discriminatory service to ensure that no person is excluded from participation in, or denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination in the receipt of its services on the basis of race, color, or national origin as protected by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 ("Title VI"). To request additional information about Title VI, or if you believe you have been subjected to discrimination and would like to submit a written complaint, you may contact: Bradford Marsh Franklin County Public Transportation, 14981 State Rt. 30 Malone, NY 12953 Phone 518-481-1598. To download our policy Click Here  or Title VI Civil Rights