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WeGo Link now available in Transit app

April 4, 2024 12:00 AM

NASHVILLE – Riders can now access WeGo Link using the Transit app, helping them to plan bus trips with discounted rideshare connections.

WeGo Link offers subsidized Uber connections to transit stops within 13 service zones in Davidson County. Riders can download a reusable voucher and receive up to $8 off each WeGo Link ride, with most rides costing customers $2. After selecting their trip in Transit, they’ll be linked directly to the Uber app to finish requesting their ride.

“WeGo Link makes our transit network more accessible to more people and places. We might not be able to run a bus route on every street, but we can connect people to the nearest available route so they can use WeGo,” WeGo Deputy Chief Operating Officer Dan Freudberg said.

“Integrating WeGo Link to Transit is a huge win for on-demand transit in Nashville,” said David Block-Schachter, Chief Business Officer at Transit. “By making the service accessible in the app WeGo riders are already using to plan multimodal trips, WeGo is helping its customers make the most of its entire network. We’re excited to continue our collaboration with WeGo and bring riders an easy way to use WeGo Link as a flexible option to simplify their commutes.”

Transit is available in the App Store or Google Play or by visiting For more information about WeGo Link, visit

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About Transit: Transit is the app that makes life better without a car in more than 300 cities worldwide. Millions of public transit riders rely on its accurate real-time updates, intuitive step-by-step navigation, and helpful crowdsourcing features. The app gives riders powerful tools to speak up for better car-free transportation and helps transit agencies bring together fare payment, on-demand transit, bikeshare, scooters, carshare, taxis, and more. Transit is based in Montréal, Québec. Learn more at

About WeGo Public Transit

The Nashville Metropolitan Transit Authority (Nashville MTA) and the Regional Transportation Authority of Middle Tennessee (RTA) are operating bodies of WeGo Public Transit, which serves 27 local bus routes, nine regional bus routes, and one train serving Davidson and Wilson Counties. Visit

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