Getting around without gas in Nashville, TN

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While Nashville ranked as a “car dependent city” on Walk Score, there’s still plenty of options to get around the city. You can strut around a walkable part of Music City, such as East Nashville. A nice stroll can be a great addition to a bike ride. 👟

Break out the bikes

Enjoy pedaling down the Shelby Bottoms Greenway, which runs along the Cumberland River, just two miles from downtown. Or, stop by Ride615 at the Sylvan Park store — 4511 Charlotte Ave.

Not ready to commit to cycling? Try out an electric bike with Nashville BCycle or rent with Bike the Greenway.

Public transit is legit

Getting around the 615 is made easy with a plethora of bus routes + WeGo Star. Pro tip: download the WeGo Public Transit app to make riding even easier.

Get creative with your commute

Hunt down the best gas prices by using an app like GasBuddy or Google Maps. Split the bill by starting a carpool with your coworkers + get the perks of riding in the HOV (High Occupancy Vehicle) lanes. Party favor: Vanstar makes ridesharing simpler by connecting Middle Tennessee commuters.

Where have you spotted the cheapest gas?

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