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New Year’s Eve 2011 Safe Ride Options

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Free Services

  • Sober Ride 
    • Offering safe rides home in Davidson County on buses at two convenient locations at the corners of 5th and Broadway and 2nd and Church. Buses will take you to LP field, where cars will drive you home.
  • Tow-To-Go 
    • Call 1-800-AAA-HELP (4357) anywhere in Middle Tennessee. You get a free ride home and tow from any bar or restaurant. This program is designed to be used as a last resort for AAA members and non-members and is subject to availability.

Paid Services

  •  Grand Avenue Shuttles (Paid)
    • Providing shuttle service to area hotels for a special price. The company will have shuttles running from 6 p.m. to 3 a.m. at two walk-up locations, at the corner of 1st Ave. and Demonbreun and corner of 1st Ave. and Church St. The company will also offer individual private car rentals at special prices, which are scheduled by calling Grand Avenue at (615) 714-5466.
  • Taxis (Paid)
    •  Those wishing to take a taxi home will find two new dedicated taxi stands, making it more convenient to hire a taxi cab. The stands will be located on Demonbreun between 4th and 5th  Avenues in front of the Country Music Hall of Fame, and on Commerce Street between 3rd and 5th in front of the Nashville Convention & Visitors Bureau and Suntrust Bank. Taxis and patrons will be queued in a line and rides given on a first-come, first-served basis.

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