“Nashville 2018: Traffic Wars” will investigate the impact the city’s growth is having on drivers, businesses, and the city’s ability to kee…
Although you cannot control how other people drive, you can control one thing: Your attitude.
While most of the county’s lights are coordinated, or synchronized, the ones downtown are on a timer.
Battling traffic is a ballet of sorts and combines side road knowledge and willingness to experiment and technology.
About 70,000 heavy trucks travel on Middle Tennessee roads every day, and freight tonnage in the region is expected to nearly double by 2040…
Wilson and Rutherford counties both share the top spot for repeat offenders with seven repeat HOV convictions since 2013.
As motorists battle Nashville traffic day in and day out, some, including those with Tennessee state government, think there has to be a sol…
Davidson County residents go to the polls on May 1 to vote on the proposed mass transit project.
Traffic has gotten so bad, it’s become a major factor in where to look for work.
“Nashville 2018: Traffic Wars” reports will air in every newscast on Thursday.
News 2 is working on special reports about the impact rapid growth is having on drivers, businesses and people in surrounding counties.
“Nashville 2018: Traffic Wars” will investigate the impact the city’s growth is having on drivers, businesses and surrounding counties.