It’s time to get started.

Nashville is growing by almost 100 people every day. To be prepared for the future, we have to invest in a transportation system that relieves traffic congestion, connects our neighborhoods, and increases access for all Nashvillians, whether they’re new arrivals or those who have spent their entire lives here.

 

For all the details on the Let’s Move Nashville Transit Plan visit Metro’s website

Read the full plan 

 

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  • FREQUENT TRANSIT NETWORK
    MTA will expand services on 10 of MTA’s busiest routes by providing service that comes at least every 15 minutes during peak travel times and runs 20 hours a day.
  • RAPID BUS
    Approximately 25 miles of total rapid bus is proposed along Dickerson, Clarksville Pike (Bordeaux), West End and Hillsboro.
  • EXPANDED SERVICE HOURS
    Monday–Saturday: 5:15 a.m.–1:15 a.m.
    Sunday: 6:15 a.m.–10:15 p.m.
  • ACCESS RIDE IMPROVEMENTS Real-time information, call-ahead service and same-day schedule availability.

  • NEW MOBILITY-ON-DEMAND ZONES Integrated ride-sharing services to transit stops, helping with first/last-mile connections.

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  • SAFER STREETS AND INTERSECTIONS 
    Synchronized lights, safer intersections and crosswalks, along with expanded sidewalks, will create walkable communities and better access to transportation.

 

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  • Transit centers will provide safe and comfortable locations to board the bus.
  • Nearly two dozen transit centers are proposed throughout Davidson County, giving commuters the option to park and ride, connect to rideshare, or enjoy a cup of coffee.

 

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