Anchor Transportation

Shuttle Systems

We deliver — On Time

Choose Anchor Transportation when you need your transportation to start right and end perfect. We know that is much more than getting your passengers from Point A to Point B because your reputation is on the line and your passengers demand punctuality, dependability and friendly service. Our experienced staff  can customize a transportation shuttle plan using our fleet of over 50 vehicles for 50 to 500 people for any type of venue or event including:

 

  • Conventions Center to Hotel Shuttle
  • Airport Shuttle
  • On Campus Shuttle
  • Park N Ride Shuttle
  • Commuter Shuttle
  • Hotel and Attractions Shuttle
  • Corporate/Special Event Shuttle
  • Sporting Events

We have operated and managed many types of shuttle systems using our motorcoaches and minibuses. Our team will bring value added benefits including:

Hands-On Approach

We can provide onsite dispatchers to provide the crucial communication link to ensure that accurate information is provided to the clients at all times regarding transit times and bus locations.

Cost Savings

We can help make your system more efficient and effective by providing passenger counting, route optimizing and GPS vehicle tracking.

Safe and Dependable

Our extensive training and safety programs will provide you and your clients the safest and most dependable shuttle systems available.

We have provided shuttle systems for the following:

  • State of Tennessee
  • Fontanel Attractions
  • National MS Society
  • AQS Quilt Show (Paducah, KY)
  • Long Hollow Baptist Church
  • Nashville Symphony
  • Belle Meade Plantation
  • Fort Campbell Army Base
  • Large National Conventions/Sporting Events

“Anchor took the headaches out of our Sunday morning shuttle service. They made it seamless, moving thousands of people from an off campus parking lot, onto our main campus in a timely and safe manner. The Anchor drivers are always early, act professionally, and treat our guests to first class service. Thanks Anchor Transportation.” - Chad

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