Nashville's Bus Rapid Transit App May Be Hurt by Deferred Vote

The Metro Council’s decision to defer a vote on a plan to rezone more than 450 acres of land in the Midtown area will weaken the city’s federal application for bus rapid transit funding, a Metro official said.
August 8, 2012
 

The Metro Council’s decision to defer a vote on a plan to rezone more than 450 acres of land in the Midtown area will weaken the city’s federal application for bus rapid transit funding, a Metro official said.

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