Whether you are in Nashville for business, pleasure, or a combination of the two, getting around town is important: There’s so much to do here! Fortunately, there are several transportation options, including taxis, public transit, and car sharing.
Nashville Airport Transportation Options
Getting into downtown Nashville or the surrounding area is easy once your flight lands at Nashville International Airport (BNA). Here are your options for ground transportation:
Shuttle service: Many hotels and off-site parking services offer complimentary shuttle service to and from the airport. There are also shared ride shuttles that serve BNA, offering lower transportation costs than taxis.
Taxis and ride shares: Taxi companies and ride share providers (such as Uber and Lyft) also operate at BNA. Pickups are at the Ground Transportation Center, Level 1 of Terminal Garage 2. Uber customers should meet their rides at Zones B & C while Lyft passengers can meet their cars at Zone A.
Public transportation: WeGo Public Transit operates the #18 bus route to and from the airport. These buses run seven days a week, including holidays, and begin service in the early morning hours and operate late into the night. The bus stop is at the Ground Transportation Center, Level 1, Garage 2.
Alternate Methods of Transportation in Nashville
After you get into the city and are settled at your destination, you’ll want to start exploring.
Nashville Public Transportation
Nashville’s WeGo Public Transit operates bus routes throughout the city. Single fares are $2.00, and day passes are $4.00. You can also purchase a seven-day pass for $20.