Nashville Transit Triathlon
From sidewalks to greenways to buses, all modes of transportation eventually connect to form a complete trip. And as it so happens, all of Nashville’s most important master-plans for the greenest and cleanest modes are due for a major update this year.
To help the city make the best possible plans around our future mobility needs, we need to hear from you: Mayor Megan Barry invites you to Nashville’s Transit Triathlon on Saturday, August 27 from 11am-1pm.
Join the Mayor in riding the bus, walking, and biking your way to East Park at 600 Woodland Street. There, you can enjoy free food, family activities, and giveaways while providing input on Metro’s mobility plans: nMotion (transit), WalkNBike(sidewalks & bikeways) and Plan to Play (parks & greenways) on a giant map of Nashville.
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The Nashville Transit triathlon begins at 11AM at Music City Central. You can join the Mayor at any point along the way as she:
- Rides the Gallatin Road BRT Lite (Route 56) that departs at 11:15AM from Bay 16 at Music City Central to the East Nashville Library;
- Walks our network of sidewalks to the B-cycle kiosk at Five Points;
- Bikes down Russell Street to East Park for lunch!
Review the full Triathlon route-map.
Transit passes and B-cycle discounts available.
To participate in the bike-ride portion of Mayor Barry’s Transit Triathlon, register for a discount, 24-hour online BCycle Membership at Nashville.Bcycle.com; be sure to enter promo-code 8888 at checkout.
Triathlon participants are invited to park at Music City Central, and when ready to make the return-trip from East Park, MTA will provide complimentary fare-passes and directional assistance to Music City Central utilizing Routes 4 (Shelby), 20 (Scott), 26 (Gallatin Local), 30 (McFerrin), or 56 (Gallatin BRT Lite).
Special thanks to our Transit Triathlon sponsors, Collier Engineering and The Turnip Truck.
View Nashville Transit Triathlon event listing
View Nashville Transit Triathlon flier