From sports fans headed toward football games to people in the most
rural counties in Tennessee, transit riders are voicing their opinions.
TDOT surveyed transit riders all over the state on what works and
what doesn’t. The following are transit riders’ comments:
service and more hours. I want service for weekend activities."
-- Hamilton County Rural Transportation rider
Louis has a great light rail system. Check it out. It started
with lots of
people against it, but it is safe and efficient - low cost, too."
--University of Memphis Tigers Fan
is a wonderful program."
--NWTHRA Vans, Benton County Rider
want to see more transit all over western Tennessee. I want to
additional taxes for public transportation, but can’t afford it
--NWTHRA Vans, Carroll County Rider
like to see transportation for teen parents to get their children
daycare, then to school."
--NWTHRA Vans, Henry County
transportation takes me to all my Nashville doctors’ appointments,
or I wouldn’t have a way to go."
--Fayetteville Lincoln County Public Transportation Rider
services for people like me, who need them. I’m not sure how much
can pay for vans, but if (TDOT) makes it reasonable for people
on disability, I’ll pay."
--NWTHRA Vans, Obion County Rider
The Children’s Corner provides fun activities to teach children
about land use, density, transportation and what makes a healthy
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