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Posted on: April 16, 2019

Transit Center to close for renovations

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. –  Clarksville Transit System will close its downtown Transit Center on Legion Street for several months starting Monday, April 22 for a renovation project.

Buses will pickup and drop off riders on Legion Street, and the dispatcher and rider-services will relocate nearby to the Downtown Commons ticket vending booth at the corner of Second and Legion streets.

The Transit Center renovations, which are expected to be completed in September, will include a new roof, new clock, new landscaping, seating, repaired sidewalks, additional ADA ramps, new paint, wallpaper and flooring. The project will improve the look, comfort and functionality of the building and surrounding lot.

Customers with questions about the Transit Center closing may contact CTS at (931) 553-2429.

Transit Parking Garage

On April 29, the adjacent City-owned Transit Garage also will close for about two months because of the Transit Center renovations.

Customers who have leased parking spaces in the Transit Garage have been notified of the closing by letter.  They can relocate to a limited number of spaces in the Cumberland Garage or the Main Street Parking Lot (Regional Planning Commission lot) and request fee refunds or credits. 

The letter advises parking customers to respond to the letter by April 24. Customers with questions about the Transit Garage closing may contact the Finance Office at (931) 472-3724.

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The Clarksville Transit Center on Legion Street will close for renovations on Monday, April 22. 

However, buses will still pick up and drop off passengers on Legion Street, and the dispatcher and 

rider-services will be in the Downtown Commons ticket booth across the street at the corner

 of Second and Legion streets.


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