South Corridor study report draws crowd to Aug. 12 FrankTalks

//South Corridor study report draws crowd to Aug. 12 FrankTalks

South Corridor study report draws crowd to Aug. 12 FrankTalks

Franklin Tomorrow’s Aug. 12 FrankTalks focused on the South Corridor study, a project dedicated to surveying Davidson, Williamson and Maury counties to provide public transportation solutions to the ever-growing area.

Around 100 people gathered at the First Presbyterian Church in Franklin to hear Senior Supervising Planner at WSP Nashville Doug Delaney and Deputy Director at the Greater Nashville Regional Council Michelle Lacewell talk about the timeline of the study and some of the results from their data-gathering phase.

Delaney mentioned that existing organizations with their hands already in transportation like WSP, GNRC, WeGo Public Transit and the Tennessee Department of Transportation have all worked together with the communities to devise a rapid transit plan for the Middle Tennessee area. You can view his presentation through the link below and read more from the meeting in this story from the Williamson Herald. Franklin Home Page filed this report.

FINAL SCTS Stakeholder Meeting Presentation Frank Talks

Williamson County citizens will have a chance to voice their preferences for transportation solutions at two upcoming South Corridor Study public meetings. The first will be Tuesday, Aug. 27 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the John P. Holt Brentwood Library. The second will be Wednesday, Aug. 28 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Brookdale Senior Living facility on Murfreesboro Road in Franklin.

Franklin Tomorrow Executive Director Mindy Tate welcomes state Rep. Sam Whitson and City of Franklin, TN – Municipal Government Mayor Ken Moore (right) to the FrankTalks presentation by WSP’s Doug Delaney & Michelle Lacewell of Greater Nashville Regional Council at First Presbyterian Church of Franklin. (Photo by Varallo Public Relations)

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