NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — WeGo Public Transit is helping Metro's middle school students get to and from school once they phase back in to traditional learning.
Beginning October 27th, WeGo will operate routes that will allow kids to be dropped off at seven schools across Nashville.
Those schools are:
- Creswell Middle Magnet
- East Magnet
- Head Middle
- John Early
- Meigs Middle
- Martin Luther King
- Rose Park
WeGo announced there are five routes that are not currently operating while the agency is in its modified service plan, which means your student would need to find another way to get to school. To see a list of those routes, click here.
What is the rebound?
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