Nashvillians who live or work in the Hickory Hollow and Cane Ridge areas have an inexpensive transportation alternative to rising gas prices and the stress of the daily commute: Route 39X Cane Ridge Express.
The Nashville MTA offers weekday non-stop express bus service from Cane Ridge High School (12848 Old Hickory Blvd.) in Antioch to downtown Nashville via Interstate 24.
For riders looking for a fast and easy commute downtown, a Route 39X express bus departs from the Cane Ridge High School Park & Ride at 7:03 am and arrives at Music City Central (MCC), MTA’s downtown Nashville transit station, at 7:45 am, Monday through Friday.
An express bus for the return trip departs MCC Bay 21 at 4:40 pm and arrives at the Cane Ridge High School Park & Ride at 5:20 pm. For a complete schedule, go to
The cost for this service is $2.25 each way. Multi-ride passes also are available.
“The Cane Ridge Express is a great option for residents who live or work in Southeast Nashville who are looking for alternatives for their daily commute,” MTA interim CEO Ed Oliphant said.
“We want to remind people in the surrounding neighborhoods that this service is available, and there is a convenient Park & Ride lot at Cane Ridge High School.”
The MTA operates approximately 46 bus routes, including seven express bus routes, within Metro Nashville-Davidson County to nearly all areas and many tourist attractions.
For additional information on this service or other MTA services, call Customer Care at 615-862-5950 or visit the MTA website at