It is the mission of the Ben Franklin Transit (BFT) Citizens Advisory Network to advocate for public transit and to serve as a resource, to the BFT Board and to the General Manager, in accomplishing the transit’s mission and goals.
Ben Franklin Transit’s Citizens Advisory Network's charge is to advocate for public transit and serve in a strictly advisory capacity as a resource to the General Manager and BFT Board of Directors. Members serve without compensation except reimbursement for approved expenses. Monthly meetings are held in the BFT Administration Building at 1000 Columbia Park Trail, Building 1038. These meeting are open to the public.
The Citizens Advisory Network has proven valuable to BFT as representatives of the public in reviewing transit budgets, transit development plans, route and fare change proposals, as well as contributing ideas and suggestions leading to more efficient and user friendly transit services. Members represent a broad spectrum of local citizens who believe that having an efficient public transit is a core requirement for continued community growth. This group functions as transit’s eyes and ears, and looks for ways to make riding transit a better experience for all.