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Comprehensive Traffic Strategy
COMPREHENSIVE TRAFFIC STRATEGY
Public Meeting on September 6
Williamson County officials, along with consultant team of McBride Dale Clarion, TischlerBise and RPM Transportation Consultants, invite citizens to a public meeting regarding an effort to develop a Comprehensive Traffic Strategy for the unincorporated area of Williamson County.
To be held on September 6, this meeting is intended to present information regarding the consultant team’s evaluation of current and projected traffic conditions and their recommendations for how to manage traffic in the best way possible within unincorporated areas of the County. Following the presentation, there will be an opportunity for public comment regarding the information presented.
The meeting will be held at 5:30 pm in the auditorium of the Williamson County Administrative Complex at 1320 W. Main Street in Franklin.
For more information contact the Williamson County Planning Department at 615.790.5725
PowerPoint Presentation and Narrative from July 2017
Overview of Project
Traffic congestion within Williamson County as a whole continues to worsen due to rapid population and employment growth in the area. While this growth is primarily occurring within the various municipalities loaded in the County, many roadways in the unincorporated County are also experiencing increased traffic volumes and congestion as a result of the growth that is taking place – both regionally as well as within the unincorporated areas of the County.
To address these issues, the County is working with the consulting firms McBride Dale Clarion, TischlerBise and RPM Transportation Consultants in an effort to:
· Evaluate current traffic conditions in the unincorporated County;
· Project future traffic conditions in the unincorporated County; and
· Develop a set of strategies for helping the County to manage traffic in the best way possible.