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WeGo Link rideshare program expands to three new zones

July 8, 2024 11:00 AM

Adventure Science Center, Bell Road, Opry Mills now included

NASHVILLE – WeGo Public Transit is expanding the WeGo Link program to three new zones as part of a pilot program that starts in July. New pilot zones are now operating in areas serving the Adventure Science Center, Bell Road, and Opry Mills. The service is for any WeGo rider who finds getting to and from the bus stop challenging for any reason. It provides discounted trips to select transit stops through Uber or Mobility Solutions.

Riders can download a reusable voucher on the WeGo website and receive up to $8 off each WeGo Link ride they book with Uber, with most rides costing customers $2. Riders will need to have QuickTicket or exact cash for the bus part of the trip. Mobility Solutions is available riders who need wheelchair accessibility, would like to use cash for their trip, or are 17 years old or younger. Visit the website for information on how to book:

Riders can access WeGo Link using the Transit app, helping them to plan bus trips with discounted rideshare connections. WeGo Link offers subsidized ride connections to transit stops within 16 service zones in Davidson County.


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