Franklin seeks plan to fix Cool Springs traffic woes

Wednesday, August 06, 2014
Faced with the certainty of Cool Springs’ traffic worsening in the next decade, Franklin traffic planners are pushing ahead with the city’s first-ever multi-modal transportation plan specifically for its retail and office area.

“With economic growth comes opportunities to study and implement effective shared mobility options that will be of benefit to the area,” said Debbie Henry, executive director for the TMA Group, in a statement.

Early proposals for improving traffic flow will explore ridesharing, including van pooling and carpooling, a transit fixed-route and express bus service, park and ride facilities, and a pedestrian/bicycle system.

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