Bright & Early: No Cars Go Edition

Good morning, Nashville. In news that will likely be shocking to no one, a new report by Transportation for America has ranked Nashville as the fourth worst Metro area for public transportation. The report specifically zeroed in on the fact that as baby boomers get older, 85% of  Nashville’s seniors won’t have access to any sort of public transit by 2015. This would keep them from going to the doctor, eating out, buying stuff and visiting friends and family. Metro is already looking at ways to expand our transit system in the next few decades and increase access to health car and grocery stores.

Photo by Hubert Muchalski.

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