Nashville Southeast Area Transportation and Land Use Study
Drawing together state, regional, and local partners, the Southeast Area Transportation & Land Use Study provided an important opportunity to develop a preferred vision for growth and development in the area paralleling I-24 between I-40 and I-65 in Davidson, Rutherford, Williamson, and Wilson counties. Key study outcomes include general land use and multimodal transportation recommendations that the Nashville Area MPO and local community partners can use to implement the preferred vision.
CTG’s roles were primarily in the Existing Conditions and Trends Analysis and the Transit Capital and Service Recommendations tasks, while also providing support to other parts of the study. After completing a Transit Market Analysis early in the study,
CTG created service plans for three time periods, short, mid, and long range. Each time period included a service plan, and operating cost, and a capital cost for the recommended improvements. Portions of the transit recommendation were used to help inform further work in the Nashville Area, including the nMotion MTA strategic plan.
Categories: Multi-Modal Corridor Plans
People: Heard, Orenchuk