Ben Franklin Transit looking to improve transit centers

Ben Franklin Transit looking to improve transit centers »Play Video
RICHLAND, Wash. -- Ben Franklin Transit is looking to improve some transit centers. The ones in Pasco and Richland are more than 20 years old. The agency plans to add new benches, curbs, and better security cameras. Work will begin on the Pasco location first.

"It's going to make it more attractive, and it's going to be a smoother ride. I think the nicer our facilities are, the more attractive the service becomes," said BFT's interim general manager Ed Frost.

BFT received a $250,000 grant to cover the cost. The agency hopes to redo other transit centers in the future.