Videos

 

Gov. Bill Haslam Discusses IMPROVE Act


At a community forum in Gallatin, Tenn., Gov. Haslam discusses his strategic plan to cut $270 million annually in taxes while providing sustainable funding for transportation projects across all 95 counties.

Mass Transit and Middle Tennessee


Middle Tennessee is in need of a mass transit plan. Our region’s population is growing rapidly. A meeting was held on Oct. 27, 2016 at the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce to discuss ideas for a mass transit plan. Reported by City TV Reporter Cecilia Herrell.

Creating the Conversation


Michael Parker, Director of Public Policy at the Salt Lake City Chamber of Commerce, addresses the Transit Citizen Leadership Academy. This session outlined facilitating conversations on transit options and opportunities.

Identifying Models of Success


Taiwo Jaiyeoba, Transit Principal at HDR Engineering, Inc., addresses the Transit Citizen Leadership Academy. This session looked at the successes and failures of other communities facing transit opportunities and challenges.

Introduction of Key Players and Partners

Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce Salt Lake City Transit Study Mission 2015 Session: Introduction of Key Players and Partners

Funding Multimodal Transit Systems

Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce Salt Lake City Transit Study Mission 2015 Session: Funding Multimodal Transit Systems

Engaging Business and Community Leaders to Expand the Transportation Agenda

Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce Salt Lake City Transit Study MissionĀ 2015 Session: Engaging Business and Community Leaders to Expand the Transportation Agenda

Creating a Transit Culture

Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce Salt Lake City Transit Study MissionĀ 2015 Session: Creating a Transit Culture

Utah’s Unified Transportation Plan

Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce Salt Lake City Transit Study Mission 2015 Session: Utah’s Unified Transportation Plan

Middle Tennessee: On the Move

Featuring regional elected officials, business community leaders and local transit advocates.