WeGo operating with detours

Customers can expect delays in downtown area
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Posted at 9:21 PM, Dec 27, 2020
and last updated 2020-12-27 22:32:44-05

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — WeGo Public Transit will operate all services starting Monday, with detours through the downtown area.

Large portions of downtown are closed off due to the Christmas morning explosion on 2nd Avenue. City officials advise people to stay away from the impacted area and have extended the 4:30 p.m. curfew. Multiple road closures are in place.

No buses will pick up or drop off downtown between Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Broadway, from 1st Avenue North to 3rd Avenue North.

Customers should expect delays and detours in the areas near the investigation.

WeGo has established a temporary hotline: 629-239-0474.

Additional information from WeGo:

  • WeGo Star and shuttles: Star will operate to Riverfront Station. The station will not be opened for use of restrooms or ticket sales. Route 64 is not operating due to COVID-19 and Route 93 is on detour.
  • Regional bus services: Operating normally according to modified service levels.
  • Local bus services: Operating normally with detours in place on several routes, all other routes operating on modified service levels.
  • Access service: Operating normally but no pick-ups or drop-offs in investigation zone. Please call 629-239-0474 to make reservations.

Customers can find updated detour information on WeGo's transit app.