Transportation Studies

Regional Smart Mobility Assessment

The Smart Mobility Assessment is intended to provide community leadership, information technology directors, transit agencies, planning and public works departments, traffic operations managers, and other stakeholders within the Nashville metropolitan area a framework for how emerging technologies can improve and optimize transportation.

Key Objectives

  1. Develop and inventory of existing transportation technology and planned upgrades,

  2. Benchmark Middle Tennessee's current practices against that of peer regions and the nation,

  3. Establish a shared vision for the role of technology in addressing transportation and mobility challenges,

  4. Identify opportunities to accelerate the deployment of priority projects, and

  5. Establish new lines of collaboration and data sharing between public and private-sector partners engaged in smart mobility initiatives.

GNRC has hired a consulting team led by global experts, Stantec, to prepare recommendations based on their International experience in the smart mobility sector.

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