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If you live or work in Middle Tennessee, your on-the-ground perspective can help the MPO formulate what it will take to maintain a high quality-of-life in the years to come, as our region continues to grow. Learn more about growth scenarios and join the discussion. We'll help put your ideas into action.

 

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Review the Public Participation Plan!

The MPO has a Public Participation Plan or PPP to inform interested citizens and stakeholders about opportunities to be involved in shaping regional transportation plans and programs. The current PPP was adopted in 2007 and updated in 2017. A new update will be available for public review and comment in early 2019.

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Please fill out this short form to join our mailing list and to let us know how you would like to be included in regional planning efforts.

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Share Your Opinions!

We are interested in hearing from you and we've provided several ways for you to share your opinions.

Attend a Meeting!

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The Technical Coordinating Committee and Transportation Policy Board of the Nashville Area MPO meet regularly. Citizens, advocacy groups, businesses and others are welcome to attend - time for public comment is included on every agenda.

In addition, The MPO holds community meetings as part of regional planning studies, and peridocially convenes area stakeholders on topics related to regional growth, transit, and more. For details on when & where we'll be next, check out our Calendar of Events.

Invite Us to Speak!

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Want to learn more about the Greater Nashville Regional Council, federally-required MPO products, or the future of transportation? We can provide a speaker for your next meeting, luncheon, workshop, symposium, or summit.

The MPO is a regular presenter to neighborhood associations, chambers of commerce, civic clubs and organizations, non-profit boards, local legislative bodies, planning commissions, and regional and national conferences.

Email Michelle Lacewell at mlacewell@gnrc.org with your request!

For More Information

Michelle Lacewell, APR
Deputy Director &
Chief Communications Officer
615-880-2452
mlacewell@gnrc.org

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