Debby Dale Mason
| May 12, 2014
Follow-up to January meetings focuses on design revisions
Members of Metro Transit Authority’s project team for the Amp,
Nashville’s proposed bus rapid transit project, will lead two public meetings next week to share design changes and adjustments made to the project since the January public design meetings that solicited input from more than 1,500 Nashvillians.
At the meetings, the Amp engineering and design team will review the feedback gathered earlier this year, examine the progress that has been made towards resolution of any issues, and answer attendees' questions. The discussion will focus largely on the route segments from Five Points in East Nashville to I-440 in West Nashville.
The upcoming public meetings will be Wednesday, May 21 and Thursday, May 22. Both meetings will be held at 6 p.m. at the Music City Center.
The Nashville Chamber supports the Amp as the first leg in a Nashville and Middle Tennessee rapid transit infrastructure that will connect people, jobs and destinations. Our organization is also a member of the Amp Coalition, which is comprised of diverse groups and individuals committed to creating multi-modal solutions for congestion in this area, with the Amp as the initial step.
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