The Vanderbilt community is encouraged to share feedback with WeGo Public Transit about WeGo Access paratransit service.
After a review of the services, WeGo Public Transit is seeking public input on proposals during two hybrid public meetings:
- Tuesday, May 16, from 4:30 to 6 p.m., Nashville Downtown Library, 615 Church St.
- Thursday, May 18, from 10 to 11:30 a.m., East Park Community Center, 600 Woodland St.
Both meetings will be livestreamed on Facebook.
WeGo Access is a publicly funded paratransit service offering specialized vans for persons with permanent and temporary disabilities who are unable to use fixed-route transit service. Access provides door-to-door service within Davidson County by reservation.
Access-eligible riders can attend the meetings free of charge by using the usual scheduling process.
Vanderbilt University students, faculty and staff who meet WeGo Access eligibility requirements can schedule free Access rides with their physical Commodore Card. Find information about how to use your physical Commodore Card to ride the bus, train or paratransit at no cost at vu.edu/bus, or email the MoveVU Commute Concierge at MoveVU@vanderbilt.edu.
For more information about Access, visit WeGoTransit.com or call 615-880-3596 to speak with an Access eligibility specialist.