Here’s what we’re hearing so far about your opinions on the state of biking and walking in Nashville. While Survey #1 is complete, Survey #2 is ongoing and these results reflect only the survey responses to date.
What We’re Hearing
We’re out in the community collecting feedback on what residents are saying about the environment for pedestrians and bicyclists in Nashville. Listen to what your fellow Nashvillians are saying by watching these testimonials.
Public Meeting, April 15
Here attendees of the WalknBike kick-off public meeting shared their thoughts on what walking in Nashville is currently like.
Elaine, West End
Rosa Martha, Donelson
Anna, Hillwood Cluster of Schools
Jeff, Hillsboro Village
Ruby, Bordeaux Hills Residential Assoc.
Liz, East Nashville
Hannah, Shelby Ave.
Ken, 12 South
Mackenzie, Highland Heights
Kelly, Sylvan Park
David, Nolensville Pike
Executive Director, Walk Bike Nashville
Nora Kern is the executive director of Walk Bike Nashville. Here she shares the need for a clear plan to connect Nashvillians to their city.
Marketing and Community Engagement, Conexión Américas
Mayra Cervantes is the marketing and community engagement coordinator of Conexión Américas. Here she highlights the significance of immigrant voices in the WalknBike plan.
Councilwoman, 34th District
Angie Henderson is the 34th District councilwoman. Here she talks about the importance policy plays in creating better sidewalks and bikeways for Nashville.