Music City Central will close Wednesday for President Trump’s visit

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – The Music City Central will be closed on March 15 for President Donald Trump’s visit to Nashville.

The Nashville MTA made the announcement on Twitter Friday afternoon. Service will move to 6th Avenue between Korean Veterans Boulevard and Demonbreun Street.

The first buses will depart from this location after 9:45 a.m. and will operate from there for the remainder of the day. Bus bays will be grouped in threes and marked with signs along 6th Avenue.Click here to read MTA’s question and answer sheet.

Buses that normally depart from the upper level at MCC will pick up and drop off passengers on 6th Avenue northbound facing Demonbreun Street:

  • A (Bays 1-3)
  • B (Bays 4-6)
  • C (Bays 7-9)
  • D (Bays 10-12)

Buses that normally depart from the lower level at MCC will pick up and drop off passengers on 6th Avenue southbound facing Korean Veterans Boulevard:

  • E (Bays 13-15)
  • F (Bays 16-18)
  • G (Bays 19-21)
  • H (Bays 22-24)

The 3:20 p.m. trip to Nashville of the Music City Star has been cancelled.

Riders should get their bus passes before Wednesday, and they should expect major transit service delays throughout the city.

President Trump is scheduled to hold a rally at the Municipal Auditorium. According to a local Republican leader, the focus of the event will be health care.RELATED: President Trump to speak at rally next week in Nashville

The doors will open at 3:30 p.m. and Trump is expected to speak at 6:30 p.m. All tickets are subject to first come first serve basis. Click here to register.

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