Davis: BRT would help low-income residents in East Nashville

Between affluent west neighborhoods and trendy eastern endpoint are public housing residents BRT would aid More

'City Paper' Interview: Dean on transit

Mayor, advisers sit down for discussion of bus rapid transit, what he calls city’s top priority after education More

Council funds BRT start, $300M capital improvement budget

MTA's Ballard tells council approving funds would show feds Nashville is serious about transit More

Stites files BRT amendment to require study of Charlotte as alternate route

Measure would tie study to $7.5M in future engineering funding that Dean is seeking for The Amp   More

Council approves $1.8B budget, $200K fairgrounds subsidy

Public hearing on spending plan dominated by supporters and opponents of $175M BRT 'Amp' project More

Dean files $300 million capital spending plan with Metro Council

Nearly a third of the funds in the spending plan are designated for Metro Schools, which will receive $95 million. More

Council holds public hearing on Dean's budget, approves small cities agreement

Council approves purchase of two Smith Springs Road properties, on which city plans to build two schools More

Cooper says federal funding of BRT doubtful; new opposition forms

Dean, Washington lobbyist still optimistic FTA will fund project More

Council's Gilmore, activists aim to bring BRT stops, or at least jobs, to North Nashville

Councilwoman, along with others, unveils plan that they referred to as “community benefits agreement”   More

BRT route is set, or is it?

With funding still to be decided, some would like to look at a route down Charlotte Avenue More
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