Community meetings kick off for new South Corridor Transportation Study

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South Corridor Transportation Study kicks off

Growth across the Middle Tennessse is adding to traffic.

A new South Corridor Transportation Study aims to identify specific improvements for one of the major corridors connecting Davidson, Williamson, and Maury counties.

The Greater Nashville Regional Council (GNRC) heads the study.

Deputy Director Michelle Lacewell said through a series of community meetings, the goal is to understand what road improvements would help commuters along the corridor.

The study will evaluate options along I-65, Franklin Road, and the CSX railway.

Lacewell said a common challenge for commuters is getting from their homes to and from the interstate.

“Hopefully through this process, we’ll be able to determine specific challenges in areas, desires for improvement, whether that’s technology, transit, or improvements to existing roadways and then bring those recommendations back to the public with a second round of outreach,” said Lacewell.

Locations and dates of South Corridor Transportation Study:

•  Williamson County – Tuesday, April 30, Williamson County Public Library, 1314 Columbia Ave, Franklin

•  Williamson County – Thursday, May 2, Brentwood Library, 8109 Concord Rd, Brentwood

•  Davidson County – Monday, May 6, Adventure Science Center, 800 Fort Negley Blvd, Nashville

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