Interactive Tools

The South Corridor Study will identify a series of short-, mid-, and long-term recommendations to implement the vision for 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. Learn more by exploring the alternatives and the transit modes being study by engaging with our interactive tools.

Get Back to Your [Life]

Get Back to Your [Life] is an interactive art project that allows you to provide information about your travel habits and preferences, and shows you how they are shaping the South Corridor’s future. By sharing your mobility needs and challenges, you can help create a collective vision of a better future. Take part in the projectOpens in new window, which was created by artist Aaron Hoke Doegnes.


Transit Mode Comparison Tool

Nine (9) transit modes were identified for evaluation as part of the South Corridor Transportation Study. Explore the differing characteristics and operating capabilities of each mode.


Crowdsource Map

Provide your feedback on the alternatives being studied and on the proposed transit corridors and transit station/stop locations.


Case Studies Tool

Explore how transit is being implemented in other locations around the country and which of these options makes the most sense for the South Corridor.