It’s the perfect time to make a different New Year’s Resolution. Sure, this resolution will help lower your carbon footprint, making you more environmentally considerate. Is it a proven way to help with your overall physical and mental health? Absolutely. But it is a strong and separate resolution (behavior shift) that deserves its own focus.… Continue reading
We know reliable transportation and access to transit is critical in many ways. The Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) Board of Directors also realize this and has launched Vets for the Holidays.
Vets for the Holidays is a program that allows military veterans the opportunity to access RTA commuter bus and Music City Star commuter train services for free through the end of the year.… 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
Recent research has proven that even suburban areas can and will utilize public mobility options when they are available (see our previous blog “WeGo Transit: What’s in a Name” or the CityLab story). So, if you’ve been wondering what’s available in the Middle Tennessee region you are in luck!… Continue reading
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