This week, many in Nashville are re-examining the mass transit referendum that voters defeated in 2018.
A national pro-transit group is offering a comprehensive look-back at why Nashville voters rejected a mass transit plan two years ago, and offering sharp critiques of the administration of former Mayor Megan Barry and the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce.
Nashville’s Metro Council is the latest group to ask Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee to veto a controversial adoption law passed by the General Assembly.
Ridership on Nashville’s bus system has fallen since the WeGo agency eliminated and modified some routes last year.
Rows of shoes — 32 pairs in all — were displayed in Nashville’s city hall on Saturday morning to honor the pedestrians who died in 2019. It was the city’s deadliest year on record for pedestrians.