On June 21, 2018 Franklin Transit Authority will be celebrating 15 years of providing public transportation services to Franklin. As part of the celebration, the community is invited to enjoy a day of Free Rides all day on the Franklin Transit Fixed Routes.… Continue reading
Take a moment to watch this video and you are sure to get excited about transit. Color infuses these lucky buses with light and beauty that is sure to bring a smile to your face.
Art adds a layer of unexpected inspiration to the everyday commute for riders and passersby alike.… Continue reading
You read that correctly: new research from the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) posits that savings could reach $10,160 per year for anyone who switches from driving alone to mass transit. See more here on the APTA blog.
This is Councilman Freddie O’Connell’s personal Facebook post from April 16, 2018. Re-posted here with his permission.
Early voting in Nashville is underway for our May 1 election, which means we have the chance to vote for #LetsMoveNashville.
I voted yes because our mobility crisis, though less discussed, is easily as pernicious and widespread as our housing crisis.… Continue reading
We are proud to be part of this coalition of over 40 Middle Tennessee businesses, faith groups, and other organizations to bring transit to the people. Learn more about this at The Transit Coalition’s website. While you’re there, you can sign the petition, or text LESSGRIDLOCK to +16159303313 to sign right now!… Continue reading