Transportation Listening Session
April 22, 2020 at 6:30 PM
Mayor Cooper's Office of Transportation is working on a new transit plan for Nashville and they need your input. What do you think should be inlcuded in a transit and transportation plan? What are your priorities? Here's your opportunity to let the Mayor's office know what you think! Read more from the Mayor's Office of Transportation:
The right transportation system is critical for our community. It will get you to school, to work, to your doctor’s office, and back home. With Nashville’s recent growth, we’re facing new transportation challenges that we must address with intention, transparency, and full participation from residents throughout Davidson County. From covered bus stops and timely traffic signals to safer intersections and more sidewalks, creating an effective transportation plan begins with the opportunity for everyone who touches our transportation system to provide valuable input.
The first step in the planning process is determining our transportation priorities. We will start by focusing on everyday transportation issues such as managing traffic and improving our bus system. Safety and efficiency improvements will allow residents to get around the city faster and more reliably. After identifying our most critical needs, the planning process will turn to larger and more ambitious public transportation and mass transit projects.
The Mayor’s Office of Transportation is setting a new course to meet the challenges and opportunities presented by the growth in Nashville and the region. Together, we will create a transportation plan that helps make Nashville a city that works for everyone.