Southwest Area Transportation & Land Use Study

Coordinating Growth Planning in Williamson and Beyond

The Nashville Area MPO completed work on the Southwest Area Transportation Study in 2012 as it sought to coordinate growth planning across the southern portion of the Nashville metropolitan region in order to identify important regional transportation investments, and to assist local governments in updating local comprehensive plans.

Study Documents

03.07.12 Executive Summary pdf

03.07.12 Technical Memorandum #1: Existing Conditions and General Growth Trendspdf

03.07.12 Technical Memorandum #2: Evaluation of the Business-As-Usual Scenariopdf

03.07.12 Technical Memorandum #3: The Southwest Growth Scenariospdf

03.07.12 Technical Memorandum #4: Evaluation of the Growth Scenariospdf

03.07.12 Technical Memorandum #5: Transportation Planpdf

03.07.12 Technical Memorandum #6: Study Implementationpdf

Project Team Partners

Local & Regional Partners:

Metropolitan Government of Nashville-Davidson County
City of Forest Hills
City of Oak Hill
Williamson County
City of Brentwood
City of Franklin
City of Fairview
City of Nolensville
City of Thompson's Station
Maury County
City of Spring Hill
Rutherford County
City of Smyrna
City of LaVergne

State & Federal Partners:

Tennessee Department of Transportation
Federal Highway Administration
Federal Transit Administration

Consultant Partners:

RPM Transportation Consultans, LLC
Hawkins Partners, Inc.
Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.
Cambridge Systematics, Inc.


For More Information

Michael Skipper, Executive Director
Nashville MPO
(615) 862-7204
skipper@nashvillempo.org

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