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This is being presented as the next installment of Franklin Tomorrow’s FrankTalks lecture series on April 11. PLEASE sign up today as there is limited seating at Williamson County Association of Realtors and it includes a free lunch from Jim ‘N Nick’s.

As an important community leader,

you are invited to the second

Williamson County Community Leaders

Transit Conversation

Monday, April 11, 2016

Williamson County Association of Realtors

1646 Westgate Circle, #104 | Brentwood 37027

Presentation and Discussion: 11:30 am to 1:00 pm

Lunch is provided by Jim N’ Nick’s

Presented as part of Franklin Tomorrow’s

April FrankTalks Lecture Series

The first wave of public engagement for the nMotion Strategic Plan Service has been bi-directional, with thousands of Middle Tennesseans commenting on their values, concerns, and desires for the future of regional mobility.

RTA, along with Cumberland Region Tomorrow and the Transit Alliance of Middle Tennessee, are starting the second phase of regional public engagement. This next round of engagement will utilize three “scenarios” that demonstrate how varying ranges of transit/mobility “strategies” could be applied in Middle Tennessee.

Ultimately, it is up to you to decide what level of investment in public transit we want to make as a region. What are you willing to invest in? What are you willing to support? What will you ride and how do you want to travel and live? These are all important questions that we hope you will help answer at the second Williamson County Transit Conversation.

For event registration, please visit www.10power.org.