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    Is anyone familiar with accessible transportation to/from the Nashville airport? I haven't yet decided on a hotel, but when I type in downtown options (Omni Hotel, Homestead Suites), it says an accessible SuperShuttle is not available (out of service area). It looks like buses are the only public transit option? It looks like renting a van may be the only viable option?

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    https://www.musiccitycab.com/

    https://nashvegascab.com/

    https://www.yellowcab-nashville.com/services.html

    http://www.accesstravelcenter.com/tn_goloc.html

    Call Supershuttle directly. I got the same result on their website, but I know I used Supershuttle in Nashville to go to downtown hotels, including for the ASCIP conference, and there were many wheelchair users at that conference too.

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    Supershuttle only has sedan service in Nashville but you can use cab service that have wc vans but its $$

    Nashville has a bus line from the airport to downtown one bus 18 bus its a short 35 min ride off peak hours 45 min during rush hour for a few dollars.

    https://www.google.com/maps/dir/Nash...36.1575985!3e3

    Again renting a van is so overpriced and parking is tough in nashville.

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    Anyone know which or how many of the music venues downtown can accommodate a chair or power chair?
    T3 complete since Sept 2015.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mize View Post
    Anyone know which or how many of the music venues downtown can accommodate a chair or power chair?
    There is no set number..just go and enjoy...some are more creative about getting you in via back doors, kitchens, etc...

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    Broadway and Printers alley are the old streets downtown. The music is so loud from most of them you can just sit on the sidewalk and listen. The Gulch and 12 ave south are the new areas that are probably more accessible.

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    Are the buses safe? It seems they would be my primary mode of transportation.

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    We use them in a lot of cities...New York, LA, Seattle, San Diego, Las Vegas...simple and cheap.

    Dont forget dial a ride tourist service too!

    Let me know if you got the PM

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