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WeGo Public Transit has announced service changes that will begin Sunday, Oct. 2.
Changes to various bus routes for fall 2022 include:
- Dickson and Bellevue commuters: An additional stop on route 88 Dickson will be at the Bellevue Park and Ride, which is a return of service for commuters who used to ride the Bellevue express bus (route 24x). This service will operate two morning and two afternoon trips.
- WeGo Link service will have additional zones operating in South Nashville, expansion of the current Antioch area, Hermitage and Goodlettsville.
- Access on Demand (premium paratransit service) hours will extend during the week until midnight. While Access service is free with your Commodore Card, Access on Demand is a self-pay premium service.
- Timing adjustments for route 8 Eighth Avenue South, connector routes 75 Midtown, 77 Thompson and regional routes 84 Murfreesboro, 86 Smyrna/La Vergne, 88 Dickson and 89 Springfield/Joelton.
- Route 95 Spring Hill/Franklin will operate an additional morning and afternoon trip.
These changes are in line with the next phase of Better Bus improvements. Additional details and schedules are typically released 10 days before service changes go into effect. For more information, visit WeGoTransit.com or call 615-862-5950.
Find information about how to use your physical Commodore Card to ride the bus or train at vu.edu/bus, or contact the MoveVU Commute Concierge at MoveVU@vanderbilt.edu.
MoveVU is Vanderbilt’s strategic transportation and mobility plan that falls under the FutureVU comprehensive campus planning efforts. The vision of MoveVU calls for a transformation in how the Vanderbilt community commutes to campus, with less reliance on single-occupancy vehicles and parking lots and a greater focus on sustainable commute modes, green spaces and a forward-thinking use of limited downtown space. For more information, visit the MoveVU website and Instagram.