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Bike 'n Walk

Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) is the principal agency for the state's transportation policies, plans, and programs developed in cooperation the Metropolitan/Regional Planning Offices  (MPO/RPOs), stakeholders, and federal land management agencies.

Long Range Transportation Policy Plan

The 25-Year LRTPP is the basis for prioritizing multimodal transportation investments across the State. With it TDOT makes key long-term funding, policy, and investment decisions, such as the 10-Year Strategic Investment Program

State Transportation Improvement Plan

The STIP is developed every 3 years and lists all regionally significant highway and public transit transportation projects proposed for funding, such as roadway, bridge, bicycle, pedestrian, safety and transit projects. It covers a period of four years and consistent with the LRTPP.

Planning Offices

Federal law requires all urbanized areas of 50,000 or greater population to maintain a Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO). through which funding is channeled. Outside the MPOs planning is provided by the Rural Planning Organizations (RPO).

STIP For Sumner County

Nashville Regional MPO plans for Davidson, Maury, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, and Wilson Counties.

Bicycle & Pedestrian Policy

The Statewide Steering Committee for the STIP includes stakeholder rep's including users of bicycle transportation facilities. MPO BPAC

TDOT's Bicycle and Pedestrian Policy is to routinely INTEGRATE bicycling and walking options into the transportation system

Nashville MPO Walking and Biking Website

Multi-modal Roadway Design

The Multi-modal Scoping Manual provides guidance for incorporating multimodal elements into transportation projects. 

Multi-modal Design Guidelines intend to promote TDOT policy for the inclusion of multimodal accommodations in all transportation activities at the local, regional and statewide levels, and to develop a comprehensive, integrated, and connected multimodal transportation network. 

HBPC Plans/Reviews
-North-Central Hville-Feb
-Saundersville CMAQ-Dec 16 
-Greenway Safety Review-Jan 17  
-Project "TO DO" List  
-Facebook Page

Hendersonville Department Directors
- Planning: Keith Free
- Public Works: Chip Moore
- Parks: Brandon Rogers