The way a local community looks and feels, is designed, planned, managed, etc. is specific to that community. It reflects the ‘local flavor’ which is informed by history of place, geography, demographics, culture, and personality. It stands to reason that in creating any infrastructure, each community deserves to develop and design it to their liking according to what fits their needs and common aesthetic.… 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.
Thank you to all the transit supporters, TCLA alumni, and Coalition members for the incredible effort and combined work on the transit referendum. You did an amazing job and were part of a diverse coalition team committed to connecting Nashville in an efficient and effective way.… Continue reading