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Clarksville Meeting on Northwest Corridor Transit Study findings set for June 8th

Learn about proposed solutions for the corridor from Clarksville to Nashville

Northwest Corridor Transit StudyClarksville, TN – The team working on the Northwest Corridor Transit Study invites Clarksville area residents to a public meeting and open house at the Wilma Rudolph Event Center, 1190 Cumberland Drive, on Thursday, June 9th.

The meeting will be from 6:00pm to 7:30pm and will reveal several options for the future of transit between Clarksville and downtown Nashville.  Refreshments will be provided at the meeting.

Northwest Corridor Transit Study Map
Northwest Corridor Transit Study Map

The Regional Transportation Authority of Middle Tennessee (RTA) is finalizing the Northwest Corridor Transit Study by presenting several options and ideas to better connect people who live, work, and travel along this corridor between Clarksville and Nashville.

This study is being developed in coordination with nMotion 2016, the strategic planning effort being undertaken by MTA and RTA to expand transit service in Nashville and throughout Middle Tennessee.

The study recommendations will be presented this summer. It will include suggested transit modes for enhanced, cost effective improvements in the corridor to connect travelers to destinations (work, school, shopping, entertainment, etc.), potential station locations, and transit -oriented development concepts.

The study will determine the scope and breadth of the project, concentrating on components such as ridership, capital, operations and maintenance costs, and the benefits and impacts of the proposed project.

For additional information, please visit www.nwcorridorstudy.com or search “Northwest Corridor Study” on Facebook and Twitter.

About the Northwest Corridor Transit Study

The Northwest Corridor Transit Study follows the processes established by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) with the intent of identifying a locally selected alternative that addresses the goals of mobility, land use, livability, economic development, and sustainability.

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