The MTA Board of Directors meeting Thursday, June 27th, was dominated by a discussion of proposed route and fare changes. Over 80 residents attended and many had comments to share.
At a glance: Public transit and transportation services in a city the size of Nashville deserve a sustainable and dedicated funding source.
The Process: Each Metro Department submits a requested budget.… Continue reading
Don’t settle for yesterday’s commute. Life is too short to be stuck in traffic.
Try a WeGo bus, the Music City Star, a bicycle, or carpool.… Continue reading
Nashville is set to open the first 1.25 miles of a planned 7-mile long 440 Greenway that will parallel Interstate 440 and connect neighborhoods currently divided by Interstates 40 and 440. Metro Nashville Parks and Recreation and Greenways for Nashville are hosting an opening at 10:00 am, Saturday, October 27th, at Elmington Park.… Continue reading
New initiatives for Nashville’s Transportation Demand Management (TDM) are rolling out. This week, both Vanderbilt University and Metro Planning announced programs to address the mounting stresses caused by so many people (some 84% of 74,000) driving alone: congestion, parking, and use of space.… Continue reading