A Dilemma For Nashville Transit: Give Current Riders Better Service Or Try To Woo New Ones?

Nashville Public Radio Tony Gonzalez Nashville’s newest study of mass transit has uncovered two distinct camps of people, meaning that it won’t be easy for transportation leaders to please everyone. A city survey of more than 3,000 people, about what they want in mass transit, revealed strong interest in convenient, dependable, frequent, and safe service. But […]

MTA poll yields … expected responses

Nashville Post Nashville-area mass transit — in our city’s case, almost exclusively buses — should be (and this is no surprise) convenient, dependable, frequent and safe, according to residents who participated in the first phase of a year-long strategic planning process known as nMotion 2015 The Metro Transit Authority (MTA) and Regional Transportation Authority of […]

What do Nashvillians want in mass transit? Here’s what thousands told MTA

Nashville Business Journal Scott Harrison You can turn one page in transit officials’ yearlong process to develop a regional mass transit system. Since April, Nashville’s Metropolitan Transit Authority and the Regional Transportation Authority of Middle Tennessee have been soliciting public input on the guiding principles for a strategic transit plan (a process called nMotion 2015). […]