Nashville Transportation

Nashville Transportation page is setup to help get around the city and surrounding area of Nashville, Tennessee. 

"The District" is the area around Broadway and 2nd Ave, one of the South's most exciting nightlife areas. An historic tourist oriented neighborhood teaming with honkytonks, nightclubs and restaurants.

"Music Valley Drive", to the east off Briley Parkway exit 11 and 12 and nestled beside the Cumberland River. Within this valley are the Grand Ole Opry, Opry Mills Mall, and the General Jackson Showboat to name a few. The locals sometimes call this area "Nashvegas". The majority of the theaters and shows in Music Valley feature performers from the Grand Ole Opry.

"Printers Alley" is a back alley which got its name from so many printing operations in the 1930's. Today, food and live entertainment are found there. It is located between 3rd and 4th avenue north on Church Street.

"The Gulch" is the area around Demonbreun Street and 12th Ave. It is being transformed into an urban village, making the time of old freight railroad tracks and run-down warehouses a forgotten memory.

"Music Row" is located in Nashville's 16th and 17th Avenue South area. In the 1950's it became a center of the recording industry. There are hundreds of businesses related to the country, gospel, and contemporary Christian music industries. Most made up of offices for several record labels, publishing houses, licensing firms, recording studios, video production houses, and other business that support the music industry.


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Here are the different types of Nashville transportation for you to find your way around town.

Nashville International Airport - There are about 13 different airlines that fly into Nashville. The airport has 19 restaurants, and 14 shops to help while waiting for your flight.

Music City Star Train - Ride on the Music City Star Regional Rail. It has stations at Riverfront, Donelson, Hermitage, Mt Juliet, Martha, and Lebanon.

Nashville Transportation, Mass Transit Authority (MTA) Bus Service - The MTA serves up to 20,000 passengers each weekday. If you don't have a car and would like to travel the metro area, this is how you do it.

Park It Downtown - This shuttle service will pick you up from a convenient or least expensive parking location, and take you downtown. Check it out; this could be just what you need.


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