Provide feedback on proposed WeGo spring service changes through Feb. 7

The Vanderbilt community is encouraged to share feedback with WeGo Public Transit regarding proposed service changes planned for spring 2023.  

Proposed route, schedule and service changes of note for spring 2023 for Vanderbilt riders include:  

  • 18 Airport – Change downtown routing and add local service on all trips from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekends. This change allows easier access from Vanderbilt University by transferring from Routes 3A, 3B or 7 at the Hume-Fogg bus stop, without traveling to WeGo Central. 
  • Schedule adjustments to multiple routes, including 3A West End/White Bridge and 3B West End/Bellevue, and service extension of 77 Thompson/Wedgewood to 10 p.m. 
  • WeGo Link – Expand service to Bellevue, Cockrill Bend and Sylvan Park.

Additional spring service changes that were approved in fall 2022 have been put on hold while WeGo addresses staffing and vehicle shortages.  

Feedback Opportunities  

Feedback can be provided through Tuesday, Feb. 7, in the following ways:  

  • Mail a letter to WeGo Public Transit Community Engagement, Attn: Public Meeting Comments, 430 Myatt Drive, Nashville, TN 37115  
  • Call 615-862-5686  
  • Email 
  • Comment during the following scheduled public meetings:  
  • Tuesday, Jan. 24, from 1 to 2 p.m., WeGo Central, 400 Dr. Martin L. King Jr. Blvd., Nashville 
  • Wednesday, Jan. 25, from 12 to 1 p.m., Virtual Meeting (Webex); Access Code 2484 208 8145; Password pJqYWr2zk46; phone 720-650-7664 
  • Thursday, Jan. 26, from 6 to 7 p.m., Virtual Meeting (Webex); Access Code 2497 281 4883; Password YqNpsCDr976; phone 720-650-7664 

For more information, including additional proposed changes and in-person public meetings, visit or call 615-862-5950. 

Find information about how to use your physical Commodore Card to ride the bus or train anytime for free at or contact the MoveVU Commute Concierge at 

About MoveVU

MoveVU is Vanderbilt’s strategic transportation and mobility plan that falls under the FutureVU comprehensive campus planning efforts and is a highly collaborative partnership between Vanderbilt’s School of Engineering and the Division of Administration. 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. Visit the MoveVU website to learn more about the university’s strategic transportation and mobility plan as well as commute concierge services that are available to assist the Vanderbilt University community with daily travel decisions and help reduce personal carbon footprint.