Nashville MTA launches pilot program for new door-to-door service
Nashville MTA has launched pilot program “Access on Demand” that aims to give those with mobility constraints more options for their transportation.
“Access on Demand” is similar to paratransit service “Access Ride,” but takes it one step further.
It’s a door-to-door taxi service, with no additional pick-ups or stops.
It also cuts down the reservation time from 24 to two hours prior to the desired pick-up time.
Amanda Clelland, Public Information Officer for Nashville MTA, said the pilot helps close the gap for those who can’t drive and gives them more independence.