NASHVILLE – The Office of Transportation will hold 11 public listening sessions in January and February of 2020. The listening sessions are the public’s opportunity to voice ideas, priorities and concerns regarding transit and transportation in Nashville. Mayor John Cooper’s Sr. Advisor, Faye DiMassimo, will lead all transportation listening sessions.
The right transportation system is critical for our community. It will get you to school, to work, to your doctor’s office, and back home. With Nashville’s recent growth, we’re facing new transportation challenges that we must address with intention, transparency, and full participation from residents throughout Davidson County. From covered bus stops and timely traffic signals to safer intersections and more sidewalks, creating an effective transportation plan begins with the opportunity for everyone who touches our transportation system to provide valuable input.
The next listening session will be on Jan. 23, 2020 at the Nashville Public Library Bordeaux Branch.
WHAT: Transportation Plan Listening Session
WHERE: Nashville Public Library – Bordeaux Branch
4000 Clarksville Pike,
Nashville, TN 37218
WHEN: Thursday, January 23, 2020
6 pm to 7:30 pm
WHO: Office of Transportation
Metro department employees