Northeast Corridor Mobility Study

Planning for the Future of Transportation

The Northeast Corridor Mobility Study was initiated by the Nashville Area MPO to develop a regional transportation investment strategy for the 30-mile corridor between downtown Nashville and Gallatin, TN. The 18-month study will analyze existing land use/urban design policies and economic growth potential en route to evaluating possible transportation projects for the fast growing corridor—passenger rail, bus rapid transit, roadway improvements, and more.

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Study Documents

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08.11.11 Final Report

12.20.10 Mid- and Long-term initial Recommendations Presentation

12.20.10 Area Station Development

12.20.10 Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Optimization- Mid-term

11.19.09 2nd Corridor Public Workshops Presentation

11.05.09 DRAFT Technical Memo #5 - Evaluation of Alternatives

06.03.09 Transportation Evaluation Methodology

11.26.08 Draft Transit Alternativesnew window

07.03.08 Character District Workshops Presentation

07.03.08 East Nashville Public Input Map

07.03.08 Madison & Goodlettsville Public Input Map

07.03.08 Hendersonville Public Input Map

07.03.08 Gallatin Public Input Map

04.08.08 Corridor Workshop #1 Presentation

03.08.08 Project Update

03.11.08 DRAFT Technical Memo #1- Public Involvement Plan

03.14.08 Press Release: Public Workshops Announced

03.14.08 BRT Vehicle Catalog

03.14.08 Project Schedule

03.14.08 Steering Committee Roster

03.14.08 Nashville Area MPO Boundary Map

03.14.08 Project Organizational Chart

03.14.08 Project Area Map

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Project Management/ Information:

Michael Skipper, Executive Director
Nashville MPO

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