Williamson County’s population and labor force continue to grow, and so does the number of commuters driving in and out of the county to their place of work.
Currently, over 28,000 Williamson County residents commute to Davidson County for work, and nearly 27,000 Davidson County residents drive into Williamson County for their jobs. On average, commute time is 30.1 minutes.
As jobs and population continue to grow, it will be increasingly important for the community and business leaders to address transportation funding and improve transit options.
Explore the menu on the left to learn more about how you can take advantage of the many organizations that are doing their part to help alleviate traffic congestion in Williamson County and Middle Tennessee.
To watch our full 2018 Transportation Summit, held on June 19th, click here.
Join us for our Transportation Summit Business Luncheon on Thursday, June 6, 2019 from 11:30AM – 1PM at the Franklin Marriott Cool Springs.
First, learn more about the South Corridor Study. A plan that will identify and recommend a locally preferred alternative for transit service, assess the potential impacts of transit investment on economic development outcomes and incorporate community feedback into the cost-effectiveness analysis in order to recommend short-, mid-, and long-term capital and operating improvement.
Then hear from Jackie Millet, Mayor of Lone Tree, Colorado, a peer community of Williamson County, who has transformed public transportation through business partnerships. Currently, Lone Tree is home to two Regional Transportation District (RTD) light rail stations – The County Line station and Lincoln Station, and offers a free shuttle through their Lone Tree Link service.
Join us at our Transportation Summit on Thursday, June 6 to learn how transit is being addressed in Middle Tennessee through the South Corridor Study and how similar communities are working to combat this issue.