NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Nashville is in the midst of historic growth with dozens of new residents arriving daily, which impacts everyone as they traverse their way around Music City to work, home and school.
News 2’s ongoing Nashville 2017 project continued Thursday, June 29 with stories in every newscast examining current transportation options in Nashville and what we can expect in the future.
From the worst congestion in your neighborhood to the expansion of mass transit and the proposal of a light-rail system, we took a deeper look at the ways Nashvillians are evolving in how they approach their daily commute.
Stories aired for the Planes, Trains, and Automobiles special:
- More people go car-less as Nashville’s traffic worsens
- Nashville’s top rated Uber driver makes living on ride-sharing
- Proposed light rail down Gallatin Pike gets support from residents
- Nashville mayor’s goal for mass transit is a bold one
- More commuters turn to Music City Star as Nashville traffic worsens
- Drivers take to neighborhood streets to avoid Nashville traffic
- Surviving I-24: Commuters say driving into Nashville is a losing battle
- POLL: Are you willing to pay higher taxes for a better mass transit system?
- Nashville MTA looks to expand to accommodate city’s growth
- 3 of country’s worst traffic bottlenecks are right here in Nashville
- POLL: How do you feel about Nashville’s growth?
- Nashville 2017 Town Hall Meeting: Planes, Trains and Automobiles