Nashville has three big plans for improvements around the city: nMotion, for public transit; WalknBike, for sidewalks and bikeways; and Plan to Play, for parks and greenways. And Mayor Barry will be showcasing those three plans this Saturday at 11:15 AM as she travels East Nashville (and a little bit of downtown) using three different non-car modes. She (and a whole bunch of other people) will start at Music City Central, riding the 11 AM route 56 to Five Points Station. Then, she’ll hoof it over to the B-Cycle station a few blocks away, where she’ll check out a bike and ride it to East Park.
I should mention that there is no B-Cycle station at East Park, so how people are supposed to re-dock their rented bikes when they get there, I’m not sure (there are only two B-Cycle stations in the whole of East Nashville, aside from one at Titans Stadium).
The event at East Park runs from 11 to 1 and will feature a number of different displays, including the chance to comment on any of the three plans. And, there’s free food.
Join me on August 27 for a Nashville Transit Triathlon! https://t.co/qdGQjaAz16 pic.twitter.com/V2bmYZaWa2
— Megan Barry (@MayorMeganBarry) August 15, 2016
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