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56 GALLATIN PIKE

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Route Summary

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  • Agency: WeGo Public Transit
  • Route Type: Bus
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  • Operates: 7 days
  • Starts: Sunday, 3 October
  • Ends: Saturday, 2 April
  • Exceptions: dates added, 4 dates removed

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26 - Nashville MTA

SATURDAYS/MLK JR. HOLIDAY

RiverGate

Mall

5

Average trip

times from this stop

Madison

Library/

Neely’s Bend

4

9 minutes

Greenfield/

Kroger

3

22 minutes

Five Points/

East Library

2

33 minutes

Music City

Central

1

42 minutes

















to Downtown

Gallatin

Pike

26

East Nashville Magnet School

Kmart

Madison Library

Madison Square

Meigs Magnet School

Music City Central - Bay 18

National Cemetery

RiverGate Mall

Social Security Office

Spring Hill Cemetery

Walmart

For additional service to this

area, see the Route 56 - Gallatin Pike schedule.

40 MIN. SERVICE WEEKDAYS - HOURLY SATS. - 40 MIN. SUNS.

Customer Care and

ADA Coordinator

()

AccessRide

()

nashvillemta.org

Effective March 30,

For additional service to this area, please see the schedule for

Route 56 - Gallatin Pike BRT lite.

SATURDAYS/MLK JR. HOLIDAY

Music City

Central

Bay 18

Average trip

times from this stop

Average trip

times from this stop

Average trip

times from this stop

a.m. trips

Five Points/

East Library

p.m. trips

Greenfield/

Kroger

Madison

Library/

Neely’s Bend

RiverGate

Mall

from Downtown

RiverGate

Mall

5

53 minutes

Walmart

1 2 3 4 5 6

8 minutes 19 minutes 33 minutes 44 minutes 48 minutes

















SUNDAYS/HOLIDAYS

RiverGate

Mall

5

Madison

Library/

Neely’s Bend

4

9 minutes

Greenfield/

Kroger

3

22 minutes

Five Points/

East Library

2

31 minutes

Music City

Central

1

40 minutes























SUNDAYS/HOLIDAYS

Music City

Central

Bay 18

Five Points/

East Library

Greenfield/

Kroger

Madison

Library/

Neely’s Bend

RiverGate

Mall

RiverGate

Mall

5

49 minutes

Walmart

1 2 3 4 5 6

8 minutes 18 minutes 30 minutes 39 minutes 44 minutes


















6:26





to Downtown

from Downtown

Holiday Service

MTA Passes

Fares

Bus Stops

On the following major holidays, MTA operates service on

a Sunday/Holiday schedule:

• New Year’s Day • Memorial Day • Independence Day •

Labor Day • Thanksgiving • Christmas

On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, MTA operates service on a

Saturday schedule.

For your convenience, passes are available for purchase

at Music City Central ( Charlotte Avenue), online at

nashvillemta.org, or by phone at ()

In addition, passes may be requested via mail by sending

the request to the MTA Administrative Office address.

Most MTA bus stops are marked with a blue-and-white

sign. If no bus stops are visible in the area where you wish

to board, please go to the nearest intersection of the

street traveled by your bus and flag the bus down when

it comes into view.

MTA Office Hours

Music City Central

Customer Care Call Center: ()

a.m. to p.m. – Monday-Friday

a.m. to p.m. – Saturday

a.m. to p.m. – Sunday

Closed holidays

Ticket Sales and Information at Music City Central

Charlotte Avenue

a.m. to p.m. – Monday-Friday

a.m. to p.m. – Saturday

a.m. to p.m. – Sunday

Closed holidays

Music City Central – Hours of Operation

Charlotte Avenue

a.m. to p.m. – Monday-Friday

a.m. to p.m. – Saturday

a.m. to p.m. – Sundays and holidays

Administrative Offices: ()

Myatt Drive, Nashville, TN

a.m. to p.m. – Monday-Friday

Closed weekends and holidays

7-Day Pass $

Day Pass $

Day

Discounted Pass $

Quest 7-Day

Youth Pass $

Quest Day

Youth Pass $

All-Day Pass $

All-Day

Discounted Pass $

All-Day Youth Pass $

Ride Local $

Ride Express $

Ride

Discounted Pass $

Adult – Local, Airport & BRT lite Services $

Express Service $

Senior $

(ages 65 and older, please show driver proof

of age before depositing fare)

People with Disabilities and Medicare Cardholders $

(please show driver special identification

card before depositing fare)

Youth Fare $

(ages 19 and younger, please alert driver before

depositing fare and be prepared to show

proof of age upon request)

Children ages 4 and younger No Charge

The main transfer station is located at Music City Central

( Charlotte Avenue).

Destination Signs

Cash, checks, money orders, and credit cards are accepted

for these purchases. A shipping fee will be applied to all

mail, phone and online orders.

Express Upgrades: Deposit an extra 50 cents to use a

Ride Local Pass on an express bus.

For more information, please call MTA Customer Care at

() or visit our website at nashvillemta.org.

Services for Medicare Cardholders,

Seniors, or People with Disabilities

Every MTA bus is marked with a route number as well

as the destination name or area. All express routes are

designated by an “X” following the route number. If you

have questions about where a bus is going, please ask the

driver as you board.

Park & Ride

Several bus routes provide Park & Ride service, which

allows you to park your car at no charge and ride an MTA

bus. MTA passengers are permitted to use Park & Ride lots

as complimentary services by owners of the lots.

All MTA buses are accessible and equipped with bike racks.

Snow Routes

Metropolitan Transit Authority

Myatt Drive, Nashville, TN

Medicare cardholders, who are not elderly or disabled,

qualify for a reduced MTA fare of 85 cents on MTA buses

with their Medicare ID.

Seniors age 65 and older and people with disabilities

qualify for a reduced MTA fare of 85 cents on MTA buses

with one of the following ID cards: Medicare, Seniors-MTA

Golden Age, or driver’s license; Disabled-Medicare, MTA

Special Service, or other transit ID card for the disabled.

Passengers whose disabilities prevent them from using the

large MTA buses may qualify for special door-to-door van

service through the MTA AccessRide Program. Please call

the MTA AccessRide Office at () for more

information or visit the MTA website at nashvillemta.org.

Be prepared for winter weather and pick up your MTA

snow route brochure today. Snow route information may

be found at MTA displays around town, on MTA buses,

online at nashvillemta.org, or by calling Customer Care

at ()

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8TH S

7TH S

26

Gallatin

Pike


24

BRILEY

45

Transfer Point

to 34 Opry Mills

PKWY

1

T

65

Key

Bus Route 26 - Local service

BRT lite Route 56 & Stop

Bus Route 76 - Neely’s Bend

Bus Route 76 - Anderson Lane

Buses travel in direction of arrow

Place of interest

Hospital

School

Timepoint

Transfer point

Park & Ride

OLD HICKORY

Madison

Library

T 4

Madison Square

DUE WEST

National

Cemetery

WALTON

Kmart

T

65

ONE MILE

PARKWAY

RIVERGATE

PKWY

Spring Hill

Cemetery

Walton

DELAWARE

T

Madison

Due West

Walmart


RiverGate

Mall

Walmart

6

5

RiverGate

Social Security Office

Myatt

MAY

DUPONT

MYATT

ANDERSON

OLD HICKORY

Walgreens

NEELY’S BEND

S HEPHERD HILLS

Edgemead

T

MTA Offices

LARKIN

ARCHWOOD

BURWOOD

SPRINGS

Transfer Points to

76 Madison

Connector

RIO VISTA

RIVERGATE

Transfer Point to

27 Old Hickory &

36X Madison Express

MADISON

APACHE

CHEYENNE

Skyline

Madison

Campus

JOE PYRON

45

31E

Old Hickory Lake

OLD HICKORY

40

40

65

Buses for this route use Bay 18

at Music City Central

65

CHARLOTTE

1

4TH

24

65

MAIN

31W

41

31E

Main Street

Transfer Point

to 20 Scott

T

GALLATIN

24 East Nashville

Magnet School

Meigs

Eastland

2

Magnet

School

Five Points

MCMAHAN

Transfer Point

to 4 Shelby

T

6 3

Douglas

EASTLAND

GREENFIELD

Greenfield

East Hill

Cumberland River

Inglewood

Library

Inglewood

McGAVOCK


Municipal

Auditorium

TN State

Capitol

State

M

Library &

A.J. Bldg.

Archives

JAMES

Tennessee

Performing

Arts Center

40

65

ROBERTSON

12TH S

CHARLOTTE

CHURCH

ROSA L. PARKS BLVD 8TH S

9TH N

POLK

BROADWAY

UNION

10TH S

7TH N

DEMONBREUN

6TH N

GAY

DEADERICK

5TH N

COMMERCE

Cumberland River

City Hall

& Metro

Courts

3RD N

Schermerhorn

Bridgestone

Symphony

Arena

Center

Country Music

Hall of Fame

Music

City Center

Clement

Landport

Stones

1ST N

Cumberland

4TH N 4TH S

6TH S

2ND N 2ND S

River

5TH S

K0REAN VETERANS BLVD

Riverfront

Park

M

River

3RD S

LAFAYETTE

Riverfront

Regional Rail

Station

1ST S

LP Field

Pedestrian Bridge

KOREAN

VETERANS

Music City Star

BLVD

Regional Rail

HERMITAGE

DOWNTOWN NASHVILLE

40

Route 26 - Gallatin Pike buses stop at all bus stops.

Route 56 - Gallatin Pike

buses only stop at BRT lite stops.

WEEKDAYS

RiverGate

Mall

5

Average trip

times from this stop

Madison

Library/

Neely’s Bend

4

11 minutes

Greenfield/

Kroger

3

27 minutes

Five Points/

East Library

2

38 minutes

Music City

Central

1

50 minutes
















2:26











to Downtown

WEEKDAYS

Music City

Central

Bay 18

Average trip

times from this stop

Five Points/

East Library

Greenfield/

Kroger

Madison

Library/

Neely’s Bend

RiverGate

Mall

RiverGate

Mall

5

54 minutes

Walmart

1 2 3 4 5 6

11 minutes 22 minutes 35 minutes 44 minutes 49 minutes



























from Downtown

For additional service to this area, please see the schedule for

Route 56 - Gallatin Pike BRT lite.

a.m. trips

p.m. trips

SATURDAYS/MLK JR. HOLIDAY RiverGate Mall 5 Average trip times from this stop Madison Library/ Neely’s Bend 4 9 minutes Greenfield/ Kroger 3 22 minutes Five Points/ East Library 2 33 minutes Music City Central 1 42 minutes to Downtown Gallatin Pike <strong>26</strong> East <strong>Nashville</strong> Magnet School Kmart Madison Library Madison Square Meigs Magnet School Music City Central - Bay 18 National Cemetery RiverGate Mall Social Security Office Spring Hill Cemetery Walmart For additional service to this area, see the Route 56 - Gallatin Pike schedule. 40 MIN. SERVICE WEEKDAYS - HOURLY SATS. - 40 MIN. SUNS. Customer Care and ADA Coordinator () AccessRide () nashvillemta.org Effective March 30, For additional service to this area, please see the schedule for Route 56 - Gallatin Pike BRT lite. SATURDAYS/MLK JR. HOLIDAY Music City Central Bay 18 Average trip times from this stop Average trip times from this stop Average trip times from this stop a.m. trips Five Points/ East Library p.m. Day, <strong>MTA</strong> operates service on a Saturday schedule. For your convenience, passes are available for purchase at Music City Central ( Charlotte Avenue), online at nashvillemta.org, or by phone at () In addition, passes may be requested via mail by sending the request to the <strong>MTA</strong> Administrative Office address. Most <strong>MTA</strong> bus stops are marked with a blue-and-white sign. If no bus stops are visible in the area where you wish to board, please go to the nearest intersection of the street traveled by your bus and flag the bus down when it comes into view. <strong>MTA</strong> Office Hours Music City Central Customer Care Call Center: () a.m. to p.m. – Monday-Friday a.m. to p.m. – Saturday a.m. to p.m. – Sunday Closed holidays Ticket Sales and Information at Music City Central Charlotte Avenue a.m. to p.m. – Monday-Friday a.m. to p.m. – Saturday a.m. to p.m. – Sunday Closed holidays Music City Central – Hours of Operation Charlotte Avenue a.m. to p.m. – Monday-Friday a.m. to p.m. – Saturday a.m. to p.m. – Sundays and holidays Administrative Offices: () Myatt Drive, <strong>Nashville</strong>, TN a.m. to p.m. – Monday-Friday Closed weekends and holidays 7-Day Pass $ Day Pass $ Day Discounted Pass $ Quest 7-Day Youth Pass $ Quest Day Youth Pass $ All-Day Pass $ All-Day Discounted Pass $ All-Day Youth Pass $ Ride Local $ Ride Express $ Ride Discounted Pass $ Adult – Local, Airport & BRT lite Services $ Express Service $ Senior $ (ages 65 and older, please show driver proof of age before depositing fare) People with Disabilities and Medicare Cardholders $ (please show driver special identification card before depositing fare) Youth Fare $ (ages 19 and younger, please alert driver before depositing fare and be prepared to show proof of age upon request) Children ages 4 and younger No Charge The main transfer station is located at Music City Central ( Charlotte Avenue). Destination Signs Cash, checks, money orders, and credit cards are accepted for these purchases. A shipping fee will be applied to all mail, phone and online orders. Express Upgrades: Deposit an extra 50 cents to use a Ride Local Pass on an express bus. For more information, please call <strong>MTA</strong> Customer Care at () or visit our website at nashvillemta.org. Services for Medicare Cardholders, Seniors, or People with Disabilities Every <strong>MTA</strong> bus is marked with a route number as well as the destination name or area. All express routes are designated by an “X” following the route number. If you have questions about where a bus is going, please ask the driver as you board. Park & Ride Several bus routes provide Park & Ride service, which allows you to park your car at no charge and ride an <strong>MTA</strong> bus. <strong>MTA</strong> passengers are permitted to use Park & Ride lots as complimentary services by owners of the lots. All <strong>MTA</strong> buses are accessible and equipped with bike racks. Snow Routes Metropolitan Transit Authority Myatt Drive, <strong>Nashville</strong>, TN Medicare cardholders, who are not elderly or disabled, qualify for a reduced <strong>MTA</strong> fare of 85 cents on <strong>MTA</strong> buses with their Medicare ID. Seniors age 65 and older and people with disabilities qualify for a reduced <strong>MTA</strong> fare of 85 cents on <strong>MTA</strong> buses with one of the following ID cards: Medicare, Seniors-<strong>MTA</strong> Golden Age, or driver’s license; Disabled-Medicare, <strong>MTA</strong> Special Service, or other transit ID card for the disabled. Passengers whose disabilities prevent them from using the large <strong>MTA</strong> buses may qualify for special door-to-door van service through the <strong>MTA</strong> AccessRide Program. Please call the <strong>MTA</strong> AccessRide Office at () for more information or visit the <strong>MTA</strong> website at nashvillemta.org. Be prepared for winter weather and pick up your <strong>MTA</strong> snow route brochure today. Snow route information may be found at <strong>MTA</strong> displays around town, on <strong>MTA</strong> buses, online at nashvillemta.org, or by calling Customer Care at () designed by CHK America – chkamerica.com

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Operating Hours

The 56 GALLATIN PIKE runs Daily.

Weekday trips start at am with the last trip at pm. Saturday trips start at am with the last trip at pm and most often run every 20 minutes. Sunday trips start at am with the last trip at pm and most often run every 20 minutes.*

Frequency

Weekend trips most often run every 20 minutes.

Travel Times

Daily trips have at most 37 stops with a total travel time of about 48 minutes.

Destinations

Weekdays includes travel to RIVERGATE STATION, MEIGS MAGNET SCHOOL, CENTRAL 4TH AVE - BAY 16, CENTRAL 4TH AVE - BAY 21, and CENTRAL 5TH AVE - BAY 3.

Weekday travel to RIVERGATE STATION, MEIGS MAGNET SCHOOL starts at CENTRAL 4TH AVE - BAY 16 and CENTRAL 5TH AVE - BAY 7. Weekday travel to CENTRAL 4TH AVE - BAY 16, CENTRAL 4TH AVE - BAY 21, CENTRAL 5TH AVE - BAY 3 starts at Rivergate Station, FIVE POINTS STATION INBOUND, and Meigs Magnet School.

Weekends includes travel to RIVERGATE STATION and CENTRAL 4TH AVE - BAY

Weekend travel to RIVERGATE STATION starts at CENTRAL 4TH AVE - BAY Weekend travel to CENTRAL 4TH AVE - BAY 16 starts at Rivergate Station.

Holiday Schedules

Regular service that falls on a holiday is never completely dropped for dates within the current data publication.

Labor Day trips start at am with the last trip at pm and most often run every 20 minutes.

Select in Stop Times for more specific holiday information.

*Some trips may carryover to the next day; service dates are assumed over at am. Holidays are not necessarily observed and service may not be different from the usual for the day.

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Bus service operated by WeGo Public Transit.

Exact Fares

Consult the main transit website for exact fares.

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Nashville Metropolitan Transit Authority

WeGo Public Transit is a public transportation agency based in Nashville, Tennessee. Consisting of city buses and paratransit, the system serves Nashville and Davidson County. Most bus routes serve the downtown transit station, Music City Central. This makes MTA the largest transit agency where most of the bus routes terminate in a Central Business District with no crosstown service. The crosstown services that do not terminate in downtown Nashville are the Wedgewood (route 21), the Midtown (route 25), the Grassmere/Edmondson Connector (route 72), the Bell Road (route 73), the Madison Connector (route 76), and the Thompson Lane Connector (route 77).[1]

The University Connector (route 21) began on Sunday, September 30, This route provides cross-town service connecting five universities including Tennessee State University, Meharry Medical College, Fisk University, Vanderbilt University, Belmont University. Buses travel via the new 28th/31st Avenue Bridge every 30 to 60 minutes on weekdays and hourly on weekends. The route provides transfer points to 10 other MTA bus routes.[2] It served Lipscomb University until September 29, , when route 21 was rerouted to serve Oaks instead of Lipscomb University; Lipscomb University is now served by the 12th Avenue South (route 17)

In addition, MTA partnered with the Metro Arts Commission, which commissioned six artist-designed transit shelters are placed along the new 28th/31st Avenue Bridge.[3][4]

The MTA was the only transit agency in the country to implement payment with credit card at the fare box. That proof of payment approach has since been discontinued as of March

History[edit]

The first public transportation in Nashville began in when the McGavock and Mt. Vernon Horse Railroad Company and the South Nashville Street Railroad Company were joined together to create a public transportation system using steam and mules to power rail cars. The first electric streetcar in Nashville came in Over the years, several different companies offered transit in Nashville. The first buses came in , as a complement to the preceding rail lines. In , Tennessee Electric Power Company took over the transit system and phased out streetcars by February [5] In , the company was reorganized and changed its name to Nashville Transit Company. The next 20 years saw the decline of public transportation in Nashville and the rise of the automobile. This led to higher fares and service cutbacks for the transit system. In order to keep public transportation in the city viable, Metro-Nashville government purchased the Nashville Transit Company and created the Metropolitan Transit Authority in [6]

Due to a major flood in May , Nashville MTA suffered losses to their fleet and their maintenance/administration offices. The total losses amounted to 42 buses, nearly 50 paratransit vans, various other support vehicles and severe damage caused to both the maintenance/administration offices and to the Riverfront Music City Star train station.[citation needed] Service was interrupted for four days, with limited service being restored afterwards for the next four weeks.[citation needed] By early June , Nashville MTA had obtained loaner buses and other vehicles from surrounding transit agencies, including Memphis, Cincinnati, Clarksville and others. Regular transit service was restored shortly thereafter.[7]

On July 12, , the MTA announced that it was re-branding itself as WeGo Public Transit to reflect the changing landscape of public transit in the region and to also coincide with various recommendations from the nMotion plan. Despite the failure of the transit referendum, plans for the re-brand the agency were already in place prior to the referendum being held, and the decision to re-brand was made independently of the referendum effort and its outcome.[8][9]

MTA System[edit]

The MTA bus system serves all of Nashville and Davidson County. While no bus service is directly provided to the autonomous Davidson County incorporated community of Forest Hills, some service is provided, though, to Belle Meade, Berry Hill, Goodlettsville and Oak Hill.[10]

Service to the autonomous Davidson County incorporated community of Lakewood began on Monday, April 30, [11] Route 27 Old Hickory provides weekday service in Old Hickory via Lakewood. Buses travel to and from downtown Nashville and Madison. New park-n-rides are located at the former City Hall in Lakewood and at the MTA Administrative Offices on Myatt Drive in Madison.[12]

AccessRide[edit]

MTA offers a paratransit service operating specialized van services for people with disabilities unable to use regular bus routes. AccessRide provides door-to-door paratransit service in Davidson County within miles (&#;km) from a regular bus route. This service also provides elderly people with a way to get to doctors appointments and pick up medication. The fare price for this service is $ per ride.

Park & Ride[edit]

MTA & RTA also have a Park & Ride program where passengers can park their cars in designated parking lots and ride the bus to their destination.

Ticket Cost[edit]

The cost of tickets mainly depends on the riders age and the number of days or rides the ticket permits. An adult ticket allowing 31 days of unlimited rides (day pass) will typically cost more than that of a youth. Some riders receive special discounts because of mental or physical disability.

Regional Transit Authority (RTA)[edit]

Outside of Davidson County, MTA collaborates with the Regional Transit Authority of Middle Tennessee (RTA) to provide express service to Franklin, Gallatin, Hendersonville, Lavergne, Smyrna, Murfreesboro, Spring Hill, Joelton and Springfield. These services are operated under contract by Gray Line of Tennessee.[13] MTA also provides connecting bus service with the Music City Star at Riverfront Station in downtown Nashville (linked by downtown shuttles), and Donelson and Hermitage stations within Nashville along the system's East Corridor Line.

RTA held two public hearings on April 24, regarding proposed regional express bus service from Clarksville to Nashville.[14][15]

The new express bus service (94X Clarksville Express) began on June 1, Buses depart weekdays from the Clarksville Rossview Road Park-n-Ride at the Music City Central in downtown Nashville at &#;a.m. and &#;a.m. The Clarksville Transit System (CTS) provides local bus service to and from the RTA park-n-ride serving the route. CTS fares applies for connecting CTS service.[16] On Monday, April 1, the 94X Clarksville Express began service to Cheatham County with a stop in Pleasant View. A Park & Ride lot is located at Substation Road in Pleasant View.[17]

Three RTA bus routes (Routes 84X Murfreesboro Express, 86X Smyrna/LaVergne Express and 87X Gallatin Express) began on Monday, October 1,

New Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) funding provides resources for a separate express bus route from Murfreesboro to Nashville. Route 84X Murfreesboro Express begins service at Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU), continue to a new Park & Ride at the North Boulevard Church of Christ on North Rutherford Boulevard, and then continue on Rutherford and Northfield to NW Broad Street where it travels to Nashville via IW and ultimately IW.

In addition to the express buses from Murfreesboro, RTA CMAQ funding also provides for a separate express bus route from Smyrna and LaVergne. Buses for Route 86X Smyrna/LaVergne Express begin service at the Smyrna Kmart Park & Ride, continue to LaVergne and to I via Waldron Road.

New Route 87X Gallatin Express provides additional service to Gallatin, including a portion previously served by Route 92X. A second Park & Ride lot in Gallatin is located at the Gallatin Farmers' Market.[18]

Dickson's Planning Commission recently endorsed a plan to establish Park & Ride locations within Dickson, TN that will support express bus service expected to begin in the summer The express is expected to make a stop in Cheatham County.[19] Dickson County Mayor Bob Rial said that the idea is to have a stop in Dickson, Burns and/or White Bluff where residents could catch a commuter bus that would take them to a landport in the West End area. From there a shuttle bus will run through the heart of downtown and into East Nashville with several stops along the way.[20] On Monday, April 28, , bus service between Nashville and Dickson began as a two-week pilot project. RTA operated the pilot project to gauge the interest of commuters in Dickson.[21] On Monday, July 21, , The Dickson County Commission agreed to help fund an express commuter bus service to Nashville. The service was expected to officially launch in September , composing of two buses that would depart from Dickson each morning and two that would return from Nashville on weeknights,[22] but the local site for a Park & Ride had not yet been identified, caused a delay in the start of the express bus service until a location was found.[23] With a Park & Ride lot location founded at the Dickson Walmart (located off Highway 46 and Beasley Drive), bus service from Dickson to Nashville began on Monday, January 5, as the 88X Dickson Express.[24]

Bus Route List[edit]

  • 3 West End/White Bridge
  • 4 Shelby (created on March 30, bus meigs magnet school hattie cotton elementary school startford high school)
  • 5 West End/Bellevue (created March 31, Bellevue Park-N-Ride west end middle school)
  • 6 Lebanon Pike
  • 7 Hillsboro (created on April 7, green hills central bay 9 Bus: Hillsboro)
  • 8 8th Avenue South (created on April 4, Martin Luther King Jr. Magnet School rose park middle school oaks mail bus)
  • 9 MetroCenter
  • 14 Whites Creek
  • 17 12th Avenue South
  • 18 Airport/Downtown Hotels
  • 19 Herman
  • 21 Wedgewood
  • 22 Bordeaux (created on March 25, Central Bay 6 route 42 sunday service Youngs & Kings Lane bus)
  • 23 Dickerson Road
  • 24 Bellevue
  • 25 Midtown
  • 28 Meridian
  • 29 Jefferson
  • 34 Opry Mills
  • 35 Rivergate
  • 38 Antioch
  • 41 Golden Valley
  • 42 Saint Cecilia/Cumberland (created on April 8, 22 bordeaux sunday service by Next Stop Clarksville Pike 26th)
  • 43 Hickory Hills (created on April 5, route 23 Dickerson Road Walmart Whites Creek High School)
  • 50 Charlotte Pike (created on March 29, Charlotte Pike & Walmart Annex Station Downtown Nashville)
  • 52 Nolensville Pike (created on April 1, 52a - 52b Nolenshville Pike 52 (Hickory Plaza)(Wallace Ezell)
  • 55 Murfreesboro Pike (created on April 3, Murfreesboro Pike Saturdays Thompson Lane)
  • 56 Gallatin Pike (created on March 28, Rivergate Station Madison Station Inbound 56s To Madison Station)
  • 64 Star Downtown Shuttle
  • 72 Grassmere/Edmondson
  • 73 Bell Road
  • 76 Madison
  • 77 Thompson
  • 84 Murfreesboro Express
  • 86 Smyrna/LaVergne Express
  • 87 Gallatin Express
  • 88 Dickson Express
  • 89 Springfield/Joelton Express
  • 91 Franklin Express
  • 92 Hendersonville Express
  • 93 Music City Star West End Shuttle
  • 94 Clarksville Express
  • 95 Spring Hill Express
  • 96 Nashville/Murfreesboro Relax & Ride

Former Routes[edit]

  • 1 Oaks (originally 1 Vine Hill; eliminated on July 1, due to budget crisis, but restored on March 28, as 1 Oaks; eliminated on September 29, due to budget crisis; partially covered by route 8 and rerouted route 21)[25][26][27]
  • 2 Belmont (Eliminated on September 29, due to budget crisis; partially covered by rerouted route 17 and route 25)[28]
  • 5 Opry Mills Oaks Connector (eliminated in mid)[29][30]
  • 10 Connector (created on August 10, ; eliminated on August 28, replaced by the new 11 Connector rest other)
  • 10 Charlotte Pike (Eliminated on September 29, due to budget crisis and redundancy with route 50; replaced by additional stops on route 50)[31]
  • 11 Southeast Connector (created in April ; eliminated on February 27, )[32][33][34][35]
  • 11 Charlotte Road Connector (created on September 8, ; eliminated on April 24, due to budget crisis, restored route 10)
  • 11 West End/Belmont (created on September 25, ; eliminated on September 30, ; replaced by the new 21 University Connector; rest already covered by the other two West End routes 3 and 5)[36][37][38]
  • 12 Nolensville Road (eliminated on March 27, , replaced by the new 52 Nolensville Pike BRT Lite and an extension of the 72 Edmonson Pike Connector, which was renamed the 72 Grassmere/Edmonson Connector)[39]
  • 13 Sylvan Park (eliminated on July 1, due to budget crisis)[40]
  • 15 Murfreesboro Pike (Eliminated on September 29, due to budget crisis and redundancy with route 55; replaced by additional stops on route 55)[41]
  • 16 Old Hickory (eliminated in mid; independent section became part of an extended 36 Madison Square)[42][43]
  • 16 Madison/Old Hickory (created on August 10, ; eliminated on July 1, due to budget crisis; service restored in Madison on September 26, as 76 Madison Connector; rest restored on April 30, as 27 Old Hickory (eastern portion) and 36 Madison Express (western portion))[44][45]
  • 17 Connector (created in September ; eliminated in mid eastern portion and 10, 25 17 12th avenue south)
  • 20 Scott (Eliminated on September 29, due to budget crisis; covered by rerouted route 4 and route 56)[46]
  • 21 Belle Meade Club Coach (originally 21 White Bridge Road; in mid the 3 West End was realigned over the 21, and the old route of the 3 West End was changed to the new 21 Belle Meade Club Coach; eliminated on August 28, )[47][48]
  • 21 Connector (eliminated in mid)
  • 26 Gallatin Pike (Eliminated on September 29, due to budget crisis and redundancy with route 56; replaced by additional stops on route 56)[49]
  • 27 Opryland Hotel (eliminated in mid)[50][51]
  • 27 Old Hickory (created on April 30, ; eliminated on September 29, due to budget crisis; portions covered by routes 6 and 76)[52][53]
  • 30 McFerrin (Eliminated on September 29, due to budget crisis; partially replaced by extended route 28)[54]
  • 31 Harpeth Valley Express (created on August 10, ; eliminated on July 1, due to budget crisis)[55][56]
  • 32 Edge O Lake Express (became part of the 38 Antioch Express on October 1, )[57][58]
  • 33 Metroplex (eliminated in April )[59][60]
  • 33 Hickory Hollow/Lenox Express (created on August 10, ; eliminated on September 29, due to budget crisis and renumbered route 73 as the direct service to downtown was eliminated)[61][62][63]
  • 36 Madison Square/Neeleys Bend (eliminated on August 10, ; combined with 39 Old Hickory to form Route 16 Madison/Old Hickory)[64]
  • 36 Madison Express (created on April 30, ; eliminated on September 29, due to budget crisis)[65][66]
  • 37 Tusculum/McMurray Express (Eliminated on September 29, due to budget crisis; partially covered by routes 35, 56, and 76)[67]
  • 39 Old Hickory (eliminated on August 10, ; combined with 36 Madison Square/Neeleys Bend to form Route 16 Madison/Old Hickory)[68]
  • 39 Cane Ridge Express (created on September 26, ; eliminated on September 28, )[69][70]
  • 43 Whites Creek TN, Express (eliminated mid by route 23)
  • 44 WeGo Shuttle (created on August 10, ; eliminated on September 29, due to budget crisis; partially covered by route 6)[71]
  • 45 Oak Hill Express (eliminated on July 1, due to budget crisis)[72]
  • 50 Kld Cockrill School (created on June 1, ; eliminated on March 28, due to budget crisis; covered by route 10, 25)
  • 51 Mainstream (eliminated in April )
  • 51 South Pike BRT Lite (created on March 9, ; eliminated on March 29, / January )
  • 51 South Pike BRT Lite (created on December 21, ; eliminated January 14, due to budget crisis, replaced route 50)
  • 53 Yellow State Shuttle (Created on February 29, ; eliminated in December / January )[73][74]
  • 53 Belle Meade/Club Coach (created on January 8, ; eliminated January 21, due to budget crisis, route 3 and 5 bellevue harding place)
  • 57 State Employees Parking Shuttle (Created on February 29, ; eliminated in December / January )[75][76]
  • 60 Music City Blue Circuit (created on March 29, ; eliminated on September 29, due to budget crisis; mostly replaced by restored route 29)[77][78]
  • 61 Music City Green Circuit (created on March 29, ; eliminated on September 29, due to budget crisis; partially covered by route 17)[79][80]
  • 62 Music City Purple Circuit (created on March 29, ; eliminated on September 27, )[81][82]
  • 89 Overton High School Summer Special (only operated in summer )[83]
  • 94 Music City Star Downtown Shuttle (created on October 1, ; eliminated on March 29, , replaced by the new 60 Music City Blue Circuit, 61 Music City Green Circuit, and 62 Music City Purple Circuit)[84]
  • 95 Music City Star Shadow Bus (created on October 1, ; eliminated in December )[85][86]
  • 97 North West Express (created on December 21, ; eliminated January 29, due to budget crisis, restored route 38, 55)
  • Riverfront Station/North West Express (created on December 21, ; eliminated January 18, end day cover restored route 38 and route 55)
  • Connector (created on December 21, ; eliminated January 8, due to budget crisis, but replaced route 21)
  • Thompson Lane (Eliminated in January , covered by route 77)
  • Riverfront Station (Eliminated in January )
  • Hendersonville (Eliminated in January , covered by route 82)
  • Bellevue (eliminated on August 10, ; replaced by the new 31 Harpeth Valley Express)[87][88]
  • Crieve Hall (eliminated on February 23, )
  • Antioch (eliminated on August 10, )
  • Antioch (eliminated on August 10, )
  • Crieve Hall (eliminated on August 10, )
  • Bordeaux (eliminated on August 10, )
  • Arts (eliminated on August 10, )

Current and Upcoming Projects[edit]

Light Rail & Bus Rapid Transit

Music City Star[edit]

Main article: Music City Star

The MTA took over operation of the Music City Star commuter train in after initial service began in

Clarksville, TN is one step closer to having commuter rail to Nashville, after a firm was selected to conduct a study. The Regional Transportation Authority has hired the firm of Parsons Brinkerhoff to conduct a study to provide consensus among the RTA, the Nashville Area MPO, the Clarksville Urbanized Area MPO and community stakeholders on cost-effective transit improvements to serve the northwest area of Middle Tennessee.[89][90]

Music City Central[edit]

In May , MTA began construction of Music City Central at a cost of $54,,,[91] a downtown transfer station that replaced the outdoor Downtown Transit Mall on Deaderick Street. The facility opened to the public on Oct. 26, Music City Central is a two-story facility with climate-controlled waiting areas. Riders can buy tickets, check bus schedules, and shop at a convenience store or Dunkin' Donuts located at the facility. A multi-story public parking garage is located above the transfer portion of the facility.

BRT (Bus Rapid Transit) Lite[edit]

56 Gallatin Road BRT Lite

After years of study, MTA secured taxpayer funding to purchase the vehicles necessary for a bus rapid transit (BRT) light line. On September 27, , MTA implemented the first phase of its new BRT service on the Gallatin Road corridor, designated as route 56 Gallatin Road BRT Lite. Covering 12 miles (19&#;km), this BRT service operates from Music City Central to the edge of Sumner County just north of RiverGate Mall. Passengers experience fewer stops and more frequent buses as they travel along one of Nashville's busiest corridors on all new foot (18&#;m), articulated, fuel-efficient hybrid buses. BRT buses stop at designated stops that are marked with a green "BRT stop" sign. During the second phase of BRT in spring , more customer amenities were added. Gallatin Road intersections have Green Light Extenders that allow the traffic signals to stay green longer as a bus approaches. In addition, each station stop features new enhanced passenger waiting areas.

55 Murfreesboro Pike BRT Lite

A second high use corridor was identified for implementation and funding goes along Murfreesboro Pike. The 55 Murfreesboro Pike BRT Lite, which began service on Monday, April 1, ,[92] comes three years after the 56 Gallatin Road BRT Lite, a mile stretch from downtown's Music City Central to RiverGate Mall, began service. The Murfreesboro Pike BRT Lite stretches from downtown to the Antioch area near the Global Mall at the Crossings, formerly Hickory Hollow Mall.[93][94]

50 Charlotte Pike BRT Lite

Originally, Nashville Mayor Karl Dean had hoped to start running "lite" bus rapid transit service on Charlotte and Nolensville pikes in ,[95] but plans for the Charlotte BRT Lite were discussed at several public meetings in late January and early February [96] On March 2, , it was announced that Charlotte Pike will be the third major corridor in Nashville to have BRT Lite service, joining Gallatin Pike and Murfreesboro Pike. 50 Charlotte Pike BRT, which began service on Monday, March 30, , offers limited stops traveling between Music City Central in downtown to the Charlotte Walmart located off River Road.[97]

52 Nolensville Pike BRT Lite

In March , preliminary plans began for a BRT Lite route to be on Nolensville Pike to begin in the fall of [98] Route 52 Nolensville Pike BRT lite, which began service on Sunday, March 27, , operates on Nolensville Pike and offers more frequent service, but with fewer stops. All buses serve Nolensville Pike between Downtown and Harding Place with branches to Hickory Plaza (Route 52A) and Wallace/Ezell (Route 52B).[99] While the other previous BRT Lite corridors (Gallatin Pike, Murfreesboro Pike, and Charlotte Pike) all feature both a local service to supplement their perspective BRT lite lines, the Nolensville Pike corridor only features the 52 Nolensville Pike BRT Lite (which replaces the 12 Nolensville Road route).[]

Music City Circuit

The Music City Circuit is a free circulator bus service in downtown Nashville, began March 29, to replace the 94 Music City Star Downtown Shuttle.

It operates two lines- the Blue Circuit (which serves the Bicentennial Mall) and the Green Circuit (which serves the Gulch). The Blue Circuit operates &#;a.m. to &#;p.m. on weekdays, and &#;a.m. to &#;p.m. on Saturdays. Likewise, the Green Circuit operates &#;a.m. to midnight on weekdays and &#;a.m. to midnight Saturdays.

Beginning in late March , Sunday service of the Blue and Green routes were added with operating hours of 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.[]

Neighborhood Mini Hubs Nashville MTA is working on plans to add two neighborhood transit "mini-hubs" that will provide better transit and pedestrian connectivity through cross-town bus connections, more local transfer points for riders, and a safe and secure waiting area.

The new transit mini-hubs will be strategically located in North Nashville and near the Harding/Nolensville Pike intersection in southeast Nashville. Each mini-hub facility is designed to connect transit users to neighborhoods, commercial areas, parks, greenways and other recreational facilities, and will include a litany of pedestrian-friendly amenities for those wishing to access the greater MTA transit system.

Secure bike racks will give cyclists the option to store their bicycles while riding transit. Upgraded crosswalks, sidewalks, lighting and pedestrian signals will help ensure the safety of those who are walking to and from the mini-hub. The well-lit and secure shelters will give riders cover from the elements while they wait.[]

Trapeze/AVL Project[edit]

As part of Nashville MTA's new comprehensive transportation management system, MTA customers will soon be able to see where their buses are in "real time" on their computers and smartphones giving them more room to better manage their trips and their time. The technology is just one part of MTA's large system upgrade that includes Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) and Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL) technology from Trapeze Group.[citation needed]

One of the major benefits of the new system is its GPS-based vehicle tracking feature, which helps large transit systems manage their fleets more efficiently and streamlines processes and procedures. In late , MTA bus customers will be able to view on their devices real-time up-to-date stop and arrival times based on vehicle locations. The functionality will be the basis on which third parties can build apps to show where buses are moving along a route. Real time transit information also will be available on digital readouts at Music City Central and eventually at BRT lite stations on Gallatin Pike, Murfreesboro Pike and Charlotte Pike.[]

nMotion[edit]

The MTA/RTA transit system is conducting a strategic planning process called nMotion to find new and innovative ways to improve transportation in Nashville.[] nMotion is the Nashville MTA/RTA's Strategic Plan, a year comprehensive plan designed to meet the Nashville area's vision for transit. The plan will look at how the transit system works today and identify opportunities to enhance the transit system, improve service, attract and retain new riders and meet the growing needs of the Nashville region. Throughout the project, the public will engage in developing the blueprint of actions to make the best opportunities a reality.[]

In March , Nashville MTA/RTA began asking for input on three future scenarios for the region's transit system at a series of community meetings. Each scenario presents different transit options for Davidson County and Middle Tennessee. At the meetings, attendees have the chance to review the scenarios and provide input on which strategies the region should consider to improve its transit system.[]

Light rail[edit]

Main article: Let's Move Nashville

In October , Mayor Megan Barry unveiled her $ billion plans for expanding Nashville's transportation infrastructure including the addition of light rail service with a tunnel through downtown.[] The transit plan was rejected by voters in a referendum the following May.[]


Nashville Connector

The Nashville Connector is a program that partners with both city and private sectors to connect commuters to more sustainable commuting options.[] Nashville used to be a town where everything with a minute drive, but with the booming population, jobs and homes are spreading out. The idea of a short commute is something of the past (this is the epitome of urban sprawl); the Nashville Connector serves as a way to close this gap and make commuting in a more sustainable fashion a better and more accessible option. The push towards making a more commuter friendly city - resulting in social connection as seen through transportation - comes with many other secondary perks; these include, but are not limited to, the reinforcement of complete streets, a decrease in pollutants, and a decrease in congestion. Nashville Connector provides a plethora of services; this spans from getting people connected to bus routes and carpools, but also connects people to different bike routes around the city, and facilitates a safe walking space.[]

Nashville Connector was founded by the Metro Planning Department, and works closely with the Metro Public Work staff.[] While this is still a relatively new initiative, with the support of Mayor John Cooper, it has quickly taken off. Cooper has backed this program as a way to manage Nashville’s traffic demand. In his planning of making Nashville’s transportation and infrastructure more sustainable, he endorsed this resource.

There are two downfalls when it comes to the Nashville Connector. The first of these is that it has little to no publicity; the connector provides people with cheaper and more sustainable transportation, and also offers a platform to educate and affect both individuals and companies as a whole. However, unless one knows about Nashville Connector, it is hard to initially get involved with them, so that one can reap the benefits. The second push back the program has received is that the service is harder to infiltrate when a person is not associated with an employer; although it does help community members, the support of an employer or company helps with long term support. The underfunding of transit results in a self fulfilling prophecy; people tend to shy away from using public transit because they are unaware of how accessible and easy it is to use, thus there is a gross lack of funds.

Cancelled Projects[edit]

The Amp (formally known as the East-West Connector)[edit]

Mayor Karl Dean had his eyes set on a full-fledged bus rapid transit system taking passengers from West End Avenue down Broadway, across the river to East Nashville's Five Points district. The Amp (formally known as the East-West Connector) would have begun at Five Points in East Nashville and extends down Broadway, West End and Harding Road to White Bridge Road.

The difference between the AMP and the BRT Lite (at the time only available in operation along Gallatin Road and Murfreesboro Pike) is that the former would have been a full-fledged bus rapid transit system, with buses occupying exclusive lanes of traffic.[][]

On the afternoon of January 22, , Nashville Metropolitan Transit Authority announced that it will "cease work on the Amp," though strategic planning for mass transit in the region will continue.[]

Bus Fleet[edit]

Active Fixed Route Fleet[edit]

43 Whites Creek, TN Express / Maplewood High School / Whites Creek to Express

route 43

route 23 Dickerson road green Parkwood - Chesapake

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External links[edit]

  • Nashville MTA Web site
  • Central 5th Ave - Bay 1 (route 7 and 28 and 50)
  • Central 5th Ave - Bay 2 (route 4 and 9 and 14 and 41 and 91)
  • Central 5th Ave - Bay 3 (route 8 and 42 and 56)
  • Central 5th Ave - Bay 4 (route 19 and 56)
  • Central 5th Ave - Bay 5 (route 3 and 5 and 19 and 50 and 52)
  • Central 5th Ave - Bay 6 (route 14 and 22 and 42)
  • Central 5th Ave - Bay 7 (route 29 and 50 and 56)
Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nashville_Metropolitan_Transit_Authority

Road schedule gallatin 56 bus

56 bus Schedule

56 bus route operates on everyday. Regular schedule hours: AM - PM

DayOperating Hours
Sunday AM - PM
Monday AM - PM
Tuesday AM - PM
Wednesday AM - PM
Thursday AM - PM
Friday AM - PM
Saturday AM - PM
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56 bus Line Map

The 56 bus (Downtown) has 33 stops departing from Rivergate Station and ending in Central 4th And 5th Ave Bays- 3, 4, 15,

56 bus time schedule overview for the upcoming week: Starts operating at AM and ends at PM. Operating days this week: everyday.

Choose any of the 56 bus stops below to find updated real-time schedules and to see their route map.

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  • Rivergate Station

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  • Myatt Station Inbound

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  • N Gallatin Pk & Alta Loma Rd Sb

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  • N Gallatin Pike & Monticello Ave Sb

    Gallatin Pike N, NashvilleUpcoming Arrivals

  • Edgemeade Station Inbound

    Gallatin Pike, NashvilleUpcoming Arrivals

  • N Gallatin Pike & Nesbitt Ln Sb

    Gallatin Pike N, NashvilleUpcoming Arrivals

  • Gallatin Pike & Lovell St Sb

    Gallatin Pike, NashvilleUpcoming Arrivals

  • N Gallatin Pike & Old Hickory Blvd

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  • Gallatin Pike S & Maple St Sb

    Gallatin Pike, NashvilleUpcoming Arrivals

  • Madison Station Inbound

    Gallatin Pike S, NashvilleUpcoming Arrivals

  • S Gallatin Pike & Emmitt Ave Sb

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  • Due West Station Inbound

    Gallatin Pike, NashvilleUpcoming Arrivals

  • S Gallatin Pike & Berkley Dr Sb

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  • Walton Station Inbound

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  • Gallatin Pike & Broadmoor Sb

    A Gallatin Pike, NashvilleUpcoming Arrivals

  • Inglewood Station Inbound

    Gallatin Pike, NashvilleUpcoming Arrivals

  • Gallatin Pike & Curdwood Blvd Sb

    Gallatin Pike, NashvilleUpcoming Arrivals

  • Gallatin Pike & Gilock St Sb

    Gallatin Pike, NashvilleUpcoming Arrivals

  • Greenfield Station Inbound

    Gallatin Pike, NashvilleUpcoming Arrivals

  • Gallatin Pike & Maynor Ave Sb

    Gallatin Pike, NashvilleUpcoming Arrivals

  • East Hill Station Inbound

    A Gallatin Pike, NashvilleUpcoming Arrivals

  • Gallatin Pk & Burchwood Av

    Gallatin Pike, NashvilleUpcoming Arrivals

  • Gallatin Pk & Carolyn Ave Sb

    Gallatin Pike, NashvilleUpcoming Arrivals

  • Douglas Station Inbound

    Gallatin Ave, NashvilleUpcoming Arrivals

  • Gallatin Ave & Greenwood Ave Sb

    Gallatin Ave, NashvilleUpcoming Arrivals

  • Gallatin Ave & Petway Ave

    Gallatin Ave, NashvilleUpcoming Arrivals

  • Eastland Station Inbound

    Gallatin Ave, NashvilleUpcoming Arrivals

  • Five Points Station Inbound

    Upcoming Arrivals

  • Main St & Mcferrin Ave Wb

    A Main St, NashvilleUpcoming Arrivals

  • Main Street Station Inbound

    Main St, NashvilleUpcoming Arrivals

  • Main St & 5th St Wb

    Yeaman Pl, NashvilleUpcoming Arrivals

  • James Robertson Pkwy & Gay St Wb

    Upcoming Arrivals

  • Central 4th And 5th Ave Bays- 3, 4, 15, 16

    Upcoming Arrivals

PDF Version: 56 schedule, stops and map
  • What time does the 56 bus start operating?

    Services on the 56 bus start at AM on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday.

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  • What time does the 56 bus stop working?

    Services on the 56 bus stop at PM on Sunday.

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    When does the Downtown Bus line come? Check Live Arrival Times for live arrival times and to see the full schedule for the Downtown Bus line that is closest to your location.

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56 bus Schedule

56 bus route operates on everyday. Regular schedule hours: AM - PM

DayOperating Hours
Sunday AM - PM
Monday AM - PM
Tuesday AM - PM
Wednesday AM - PM
Thursday AM - PM
Friday AM - PM
Saturday AM - PM

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56 line Bus fare

WeGo Public Transit 56 (Downtown) prices may change based on several factors. For more information about WeGo Public Transit tickets costs please check the Moovit app or agency's official website.

56 (WeGo Public Transit)

The first stop of the 56 bus route is Rivergate Station and the last stop is Central 4th And 5th Ave Bays- 3, 4, 15, 56 (Downtown) is operational during everyday.

Additional information: 56 has 33 stops and the total trip duration for this route is approximately 41 minutes.

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