Music City Star into operate As scheduled Monday morning #Music_CityFebruary 12, 2019
Posted: 5:24 PM, Feb 10, 2019
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — The Music City Star will operate on its normal schedule Monday after the possibility of more flooding prompted concerns as to whether the tracks would be clear.
WeGo Transit warned passengers of possible delays over the weekend, saying delays and cancellations could occur in light of the increased potential for flooding over the next couple of days.
The Star urged customers to seeks alternate modes of transportation on Monday as there may be flooding that could impede the safe operation of the train’s morning commuter service.
As of 6 a.m., WeGo says the tracks are clear and service will run as scheduled.
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Call the transit authority to double check me 862-8833, but I believe tickets are one way so you would need two tickets. As for boarding, it depends on how long you want to ride. For the longest ride you’d start at the Lebanon station and then ride to Riverfront and back. We usually ride from either Mt Juliet or Hermitage and get off downtown for ice cream and then take the next train home. Reply