Nashville Area Regional Transportation Plan
Slides presented at a press conference held by mayors and business leaders to announce a major update to the region's multi-billion dollar regional transportation plan.
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Transcripts - Nashville Area Regional Transportation Plan
2035 Regional Transportation Plan roads, bridges, transit, walking, bicycling, freight movement <ul><li>Middle Tennessee Mayors Caucus </li></ul><ul><li>Nashville Downtown Partnership </li></ul><ul><li>February 4, 2010 </li></ul>
Population Growth, Middle Tennessee 10-County CRT Region Other regions (MSA) 1965 750,000 2000 1,450,000 2008 1,700,000 2035 2,600,000 Denver Region (2.5 million) Austin Region, Charlotte Region (1.7 million) Portland (OR) Region (2.2 million) Seattle Region (3.3 million)
Growth Trends, MPO Counties MPO Population & Employment Forecasts
1965 Development Pattern Properties affected by development in 1965
2009 Development Pattern Properties affected by current development
2035 Development Pattern - Projected Properties affected by current & future development
2008 Congestion Nashville Gallatin Lebanon Murfreesboro Franklin Clarksville Columbia
2035 Congestion, Projected Nashville Gallatin Lebanon Murfreesboro Franklin Clarksville Columbia
Help Shape Our Future With Transportation A G R O W I N G R E G I O N A C H A N G I N G L A N D S C A P E E M E R G I N G C H A L L E N G E S Our region is expected to grow by another one million people over the next two and a half decades. Where will they live ? Where will they work ? How well will our transportation system hold up to the demand? How will we sustain our economy , our environment, and our quality of life on our current path? Our future is shaped by the decisions we make today . Will it provide new choices, or business-as-usual?