Greyhound Lines Inc. announced Monday that it’s new Nashville bus terminal at Fifth Avenue and Lafayette Street is set to begin operating next week.
The company is holding an open house Wednesday, Feb. 1, welcoming Mayor Karl Dean and others, before officially having its first day of business Thursday, Feb. 2, according to a Greyhound press release.
The new Nashville terminal is billed as the company’s third LEED-certified Greyhound prototype terminal to open in North America. The bus hub features several green components.
Since July 2010, Greyhound has operated its Nashville hub from a temporary location on Charlotte Avenue.
Previously, Nashville’s Greyhound hub was on Eighth Avenue. The company was forced to move to make way for the new Music City Center.