• Regional Transportation Plan
    Regional Transportation Plan
    Find out how city and county leaders from around Middle Tennessee plan to invest in our transportation system over the next 25 years.
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  • Have Questions?
    Have Questions?
    Transportation in Middle Tennessee is a hot topic, and there are a lot of questions about how transportation plans are developed and projects implemented. Learn more about the planning process and find answers to frequently asked questions.
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  • Nashville Area MPO Recognizes Community Leaders
    Nashville Area MPO Recognizes Community Leaders
    On Dec. 9, nearly 200 Middle Tennessee mayors, legislators, and community leaders met for the presentation of Middle Tennessee Connected - the draft update to the Regional Transportation Plan and to honor individuals who have made a significant contribution to transportation initiatives over the past year.
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  • Greater-Nashville Transit Vision Released as "Tube"-Style Schematic
    Greater-Nashville Transit Vision Released as "Tube"-Style Schematic
    Short and long-range transit-vision elements from the MPO´s 2035 Plan have been stylized into an interactive route map, based upon the now-ubiquitous schematics used by world-class transit systems like the London Underground, New York City MTA, and D.C. Metro.
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  • Our environment is the single most important factor in determining our health.
    Our environment is the single most important factor in determining our health.
    Learn more about the way our communities are designed and the relationship between our transportation systems and health.
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  • What would you change?
    What would you change?
    nMotion 2015 is the Nashville MTA/RTA’s Strategic Plan, a 20-year comprehensive plan designed to meet the Nashville area’s transit needs. 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.
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About the MPO

The Nashville Area MPO leads in the development of the region's long-range transportation plan and short-range transportation improvement program through a partnership among the U.S. DOT, Tennessee DOT, local elected leadership, local planning and public works directors, the business community, and citizens across the Nashville region.

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News & Notes

  • June 23, 2016
  • Envision Nolensville Pike

    Conexión Américas, the Nashville Area MPO, T4America and the Nashville Civic Design Center hosted a well-attended event to release Envision Nolensville Pike. Envision Nolensville Pike is a product of our creative placemaking work done over the past 6+ months, where we hosted six creative labs to engage about 150 residents and business owners along Nolensville Pike in Southeast Nashville. At the creative labs, people expressed concerns and ideas about traffic, transit, sidewalks, bike lanes, affordable housing and green space. A theme across all of the meetings was the desire to celebrate the rich diversity of the area (such as with a welcoming sign in many languages, among other ideas). 

    See the report at: https://issuu.com/renataconexion/docs/envision_report_compressed.

  • June 22, 2016
  • Nashville chamber backs robust, costly regional transit plan
    Now, Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce officials and other business leaders say the delay can’t continue as they make their most direct call yet for bold action on transit and a comprehensive regional solution to the growing problem.  In a new report from the chamber’s Moving Forward effort released Wednesday, the chamber has recommended that “a starting point” for a future regional plan be the most far reaching of three transit scenarios recently outlined by Metro Transit Authority through its nMotion strategic planning process. This tops 10 transit recommendations made in the new chamber report, which was led by volunteers.

  • June 21, 2016
  • MPO announces senior staffing changes, new fellow 
    The Nashville Area MPO has welcomed former Metro Councilman Peter Westerholm, and fellow Shelly Hazle as new policy staff members and formally announced the departure of long-time executive director Michael Skipper, who has been selected to serve as the new executive director for the Greater Nashville Regional Council (GNRC). 

     

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