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    Getting Around Music City

    Getting Around Music City

    Smart Going. Public Transportation. Commute.

    NowPlayingNashville.com recently partnered with Nashville MTA to provide you with all the latest transportation information on how to Get Around Music City.

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    Order special Music City Star train tickets to Wilson County Fair

    In partnership with the Wilson County Fair, the Regional Transportation Authority of Middle Tennessee (RTA) will be operating a special Music City Star excursion train to the Wilson County Fair on Saturday, August 16 and Saturday, August 23.

    Two trains will operate both Saturdays, and an allotment of 400 tickets will be available to the general public for each trip each week. Cost is $20 for ages 13 and older and $15 for ages 6-12. There is no charge for children age 5 and younger.

    The ticket includes round-trip train fare and one-day admission to the fair. Parking is free at all of the outlying stations (Donelson, 2705 Lebanon Pike; Hermitage, 4121 Andrew Jackson Parkway; Mt. Juliet, 22 E. Division St.; Martha, 65 Martha Circle; Lebanon, 334 W. Baddour Parkway), and customers are encouraged to park at these stations as there is no parking available at Riverfront Station. READ MORE.


     The Music City Circuit is the most convenient FREE way to get around downtown Nashville and the Gulch. Whether you live or work downtown or you're visiting for business or pleasure, the Music City Circuit will get you where you need to go quickly and easily and for FREE. Download a map or print out the pocket schedule.

    Want to catch the FREE Music City Circuit? Check out where it stops.

     The Nashville MTA has formed a partnership with Google Transit, a public transit trip planning feature of Google Maps. This feature allows you to plan your bus route by entering the date and time that you would like to arrive at your destination or begin your trip. Try it now.

    Take the Nashville MTA Bus to School. The Quest Youth Bus Service is a great way to get to and from school. Most routes can even accommodate afterschool activities, so getting a ride home after practice is no longer a problem. Download the Quest Brochure.




     Before or after your flight, relax in comfort and leave the commute to MTA. The Nashville MTA offers convenient, scheduled bus service to and from Nashville International Airport at an economical price.

    Choose one of several convenient trips to and from the Nashville International Airport and Downtown Music City, USA on Route 18 Airport/Downtown Hotels for only $1.70. FAQs and Schedules.






    Get there Quick with the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), Music City's new public transportation service! It's designed to move MTA bus riders along the city's busiest corridors with fewer stops, more frequent buses, and a greener attitude. Download the schedule.


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