WeGo Public Transit Hosts North Nashville Transit Center Community Meeting on May 22

   May 13th, 2020             Client News

Community Feedback Will Shape Future of First of Twenty New Transit Centers Identified in the nMotion Strategy 

Nashville, Tenn., (May 13, 2020) – Community members are invited to meet the WeGo Public Transit team, learn more about the North Nashville Transit Center project, and provide feedback at a community meeting on May 22. The event will include discussion on the impact of public transit, how community members would like to interact with new planned services, and how WeGo Public Transit can best serve Nashville residents now and in the future.

The planned North Nashville Transit Center will be a safe and friendly location for community residents and transit passengers to access transit and to comfortably and conveniently transfer between routes and modes. It includes pedestrian and bike access, car and van pool pick-up, and car and bike sharing options. The new neighborhood mobility center is designed specifically to create and enhance multimodal transportation options and connections in North Nashville, improving access to jobs, health care and other services. Nearly 22 percent of residents live in zero-vehicle households; the highest percentage of transit-dependent residents in the Nashville MSA and substantially higher than the U.S. average of 7.9 percent.

The North Nashville Transit Center will be the first of over twenty Nashville locations identified in the nMotion strategy. Learn more about the event here: Can’t make it? Share your comments, concerns, and commendations at or 615-862-5950.

What:        Community Meeting – North Nashville Transit Center  

Who:         WeGo Transit

When:       May 22, 11 AM – 1 PM CST

Where:      2501 Clarksville Pike, Nashville, TN 37208

WeGo Transit connects people to their lives and communities with comprehensive service to Nashville’s neighborhoods. The RTA of Middle Tennessee provides regional transit through nine commuter bus routes and the WeGo Star commuter rail.

About WeGo Public Transit

Nashville Metropolitan Transit Authority (Nashville MTA) and the Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) are operating bodies of WeGo Public Transit, which serves 26 local bus routes, eight regional bus routes, and one train serving Davidson and Wilson Counties.

Editor’s Note: To request this info in an alternative format, call 615-862-5950 for the ADA Coordinator.