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We will be using an alternate stop at Stop #7: At the bus pull out at James Robertson Parkway & 7th.
Stop #3 is closed today and we will be using alternate stop #2 @5th Ave. and Korean Veterans Blvd
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Cumberland River Bridge

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Also known as the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge, the span over the Cumberland River connects downtown Riverfront Park on the west bank with Cumberland Park on the eastern shore. It is one of the world’s longest pedestrian-only bridges. Dramatically lit at night, the overpass offers expansive views of the river and Nashville’s skyline. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1998. Cumberland Park features sandboxes, spray fountains, a climbing wall and walking trails. Riverfront Park is home to a 1,200-seat amphitheater that hosts summer concerts as well as the New Year’s Eve and July 4 festivals.

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