It's Time To Provide Feedback On the Future Of Transit
This week, the Nashville MTA/RTA will be holding meetings to provide a way for residents to get engaged in deciding how the area’s transit system will meet our region’s growth.
On Tuesday, Aug. 11 and Wednesday, Aug. 12, representatives from Nashville MTA/RTA will provide an update on the most recent developments with nMotion 2015, a process to update the Nashville MTA/RTA Strategic Plan, and present an overview and initial set of strategies to improve the Nashville area’s transit system. At each meeting, residents will be divided into small groups and asked for feedback on strategies that could be used to improve the system.
Nashville MTA/RTA has published a new report detailing some potential ways to improve transit services. Read the report and share your thoughts on what strategies Nashville MTA/RTA should prioritize.
Yesterday, MTA/RTA also released the first three reports in the “Transit Strategies Series.” These reports describe how three approaches are used in other cities and how they could potentially be implemented in Middle Tennessee. Follow the links below to read them and share your thoughts:
In April, the Nashville MTA/RTA kicked off nMotion 2015, a 20-year comprehensive plan designed to meet the Nashville area’s vision for transit. The plan will look at how the transit system works today and identify opportunities to enhance the transit system, improve service, attract and retain new riders and meet the growing needs of the Nashville region. There are opportunities for public engagement throughout the process.
nMotion Community Meetings
Tuesday, Aug. 11
5:30 to 7 p.m.
East Park Community Center
600 Woodland St.
(Accessible by bus routes 20, 25, 26 and 30)
Wednesday, Aug. 12
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Nashville Public Library (main branch)
615 Church Street
(Accessible by bus routes 2, 3, 5, 7 and 8)