NASHVILLE-DAVIDSON COUNTY STRATEGIC PLAN FOR SIDEWALKS & BIKEWAYS

State of Practice Report

Walking and Biking in Nashville: An Existing Conditions Review

Nashville is a city that is committed to providing residents and visitors with a quality walking and biking experience. That commitment is grounded in the practice of evaluating and understanding existing conditions to identify what is working well and what needs improvement.

Over the last 10 years, Nashville has made significant improvements to its walking and biking infrastructure. The State of Practice Report provides a point in-time overview of the current initiatives, programs, infrastructure, and data collection related to walking and biking. This report is a snapshot of what is happening in Nashville; as such, it is not meant to comprehensively cover each aspect of walking and biking, but provide the reader an overview of the existing state of practice. As Metro Nashville continues to expand walking and biking infrastructure, this report will serve as a reference to evaluate progress and prioritize future work.

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THE PHASES OF THE PLAN
phase 1, Visioning Inventory Analysis; phase 2, Project Prioritization; phase 3, Implementation & Action Plan