The Tennessee Titans and WeGo are partnering to offer rides to and from home games with the Titans Express.

The special event train will operate for all Tennessee Titans regular season home games, beginning with the Sept. 12 game against the Arizona Cardinals. Service originates in Lebanon with additional stops in Hamilton Springs, Martha, Mt. Juliet, Hermitage, and Donelson before arriving in downtown Nashville approximately one hour before kickoff.

The return train to Lebanon leaves Riverfront Station 45 minutes after the game ends.

Tickets for the Sept. 12 and 26 games are on sale now. Tickets for the remaining games in October, November, December, and January will be available for purchase approximately three weeks prior to each game.

Round-trip train tickets are $15 each plus a $2 processing fee. Children 4 years old and younger will not need a ticket to board; however, they are required to sit in a parent’s lap.

Tickets must be purchased at TicketsNashville.com at least one hour in advance of the train’s departure. Tickets are not available for purchase on the train on game days. Weekday Star tickets and passes are not valid on the Titans Express train.

Parking is free at all outlying stations and passengers may tailgate at the outlying train stations prior to the game as well as on the train. In addition, they may bring small coolers onboard and leave them on the train upon arrival at Riverfront Station.

Please note, WeGo and train staff are not responsible for any items left on the train. Masks are required onboard the train.

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