study area

The South Corridor Study is intended to develop a series of short-, mid-, and long-term recommendations to implement a vision for transportation and rapid transit between Nashville, Berry Hill, Oak Hill, Brentwood, Franklin, Thompson’s Station, Spring Hill, and Columbia, as well as other neighborhoods, communities, employment centers, and destinations along the south corridor.

Get Involved

It is our goal to reach as many people as possible and gather feedback to help shape the final recommendations of this study. Get Involved! Please help us guide investments in public transit and roadways along one of the nation’s fastest growing corridors.

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Map of the main southern corridors in Davidson, Williamson, and Maury counties.

A great candidate for transit investment

By 2040, more than 2.6 million people will live in the seven-county Middle Tennessee area. While Davidson County will remain the major employment and population center, most of the growth occurring in the region will be in outlying counties, with Williamson County's population expected to nearly triple, and Maury County is anticipated to grow to over 100,000 people by that time as well.

Traffic on Concord at I-65

Modern-day transit options for a growing area

This study will examine a variety of transit and transportation options to address the anticipate growth in this corridor. To learn more about the potential options, please explore case studies from around the nation.

Photo of the Nashville skyline

Upcoming Events and Open Houses

Join us for these upcoming community events.
Pre-registration is not required but it will streamline on-site check-in and help us accommodate all attendees.

Round 1 Public Meetings

Maury County

Mon, Apr 29, 5:30PM - 8:00PM

Memorial Hall
308 West 7th Street
Columbia, Tennessee 38401

Round 1 Public Meetings

Williamson County (Franklin)

Tue, Apr 30, 5:30PM - 8:00PM

Williamson Library
1314 Columbia Avenue
Franklin, Tennessee 37064

Round 1 Public Meetings

Williamson County (Brentwood)

Thu, May 2, 5:30PM - 8:00PM

John P. Holt Brentwood Library
8109 Concord Road
Brentwood, Tennessee 37027

Round 1 Public Meetings

Davidson County

Mon, May 6, 5:30PM - 8:00PM

Adventure Science Center
800 Fort Negley Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37203

Event details

Join us for an open house style public meeting from 5:30 - 8 p.m. We will have a series of interactive stations profiling existing local and regional transportation and land use plans, emerging technologies, and rapid transit options as well as mapping exercises for participants to document their challenges and vision for transportation investments along the corridor.


Follow the Study

It is our goal to reach as many people as possible and gather feedback to help shape the final recommendations of this study. Get Involved! Please help us guide investments in public transit and roadways along one of the nation’s fastest growing corridors.