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Cool Springs Multimodal Transportation Study

Cool Springs Multimodal Transportation Study

The TMA Group presented TranSystems’ Cool Springs Multimodal Transportation Study to the City of Franklin Board of Mayor & Aldermen during their work session on Aug. 25.

TMA City of Frankin-Cool Sprinesentation 8-25-15-TranSystems 4Between 2004 and 2013,Cool Springs average daily traffic increased 13%. Traffic east of I-65 increased 26%! Job growth is expected to continue in the near future as well, according to this graph from the report.

This study proposed short-, mid- and long-term options and solutions involving transit to and from the area, but also a free lunchtime circulator route, pedestrian enhancements, and fully exploring the proposed bike share program.

Recommendations include evening hours, free lunchtime circulator, and routes geared to bring employees from different areas of Nashville.

TMA City of Frankin-Cool Springs Presentation 8-25-15-TranSystems

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