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Planning Commission will consider Green Hills Transportation Plan on March 13

Commissioners voted December 12 to defer review of the Green Hills Transportation Plan until their March 13, 2014, regular meeting. Discussions continue on various aspects of the Plan; the March 13 meeting will include a public hearing.

Questions or comments

Planning staff held an "open house" community meeting February 20 to discuss the draft Plan; details and a copy of the draft are posted on our Green Hills-Midtown Community Plan page.

Major & Collector Street Plan Amendments

The following amendments to the Major and Collector Street Plan have been approved by the Planning Commission since its original adoption on April 14, 2011. These changes are reflected in the interactive GIS.

Date Resolution Number Description MPC Case Number
January 26, 2012
RS2012-28 Approves changes related to Bellevue Community Plan: 2011 Update; defers changes related to errors and local streets county-wide 2012CP-000-001
February 23, 2012 RS2012-43 Approves changes related to errors and local streets county-wide 2012CP-000-001
March 22, 2012 RS2012-58 Approves changes related to Midtown Community Character Plan 2012CP-000-003
October 25, 2012 RS2012-197 Approves changes related to the Antioch–Priest Lake Community Plan: 2012 Update; involves streets in Antioch–Priest Lake, Southeast, and Donelson–Hermitage–Old Hickory areas 2012CP-012-001

The future transportation network in Metro Nashville-Davidson County is guided by Mobility 2030, one of the functional plans of the General Plan. Mobility 2030 outlines the broad principles and strategies for improving transportation in Nashville-Davidson County. Its component parts (plans for transit, sidewalks and bikeways, and streets) give specific guidance on how to improve individual streets.

  • Land use and transportation are comprehensively addressed through the guiding principles and strategies of Mobility 2030. All transportation improvements should:
  • Create efficient community form. Infrastructure should improve the movement of people and goods safely to destinations.
  • Offer meaningful transportation choices. Options for pedestrians, cyclists, transit users and drivers.
  • Sustain and enhance the economy. Transportation improvements can be used to generate economic development and/or sustain property values.
  • Value safety and security.
  • Protect human health and the environment.
  • Ensure financial responsibility.
  • Address transportation from a regional perspective.

Mobility 2030 has component plans that guide transit, street, bicycle, and pedestrian infrastructure investments.

Major & Collector Street Plan

Staff contact: Michael Briggs, AICP, Transportation Planner (615) 862-7219

Pedestrian & Bicycle Plan

Staff contact: Metro Public Works, (615) 862-8750

Mass Transit Plan

Staff Contact: Jim McAteer, AICP, Director of Planning, Nashville Metropolitan Transit Authority
(615) 862-5969

Additional Links

Bicycle and Pedestrian

Mass Transit

Transportation Agencies