Regional Transportation Plan 

THE REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLAN IS MIDDLE TENNESSEE'S GATEWAY TO FEDERALLY-FUNDED TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS AND SERVICES.

The Regional Transportation Plan (RTP), spans the next quarter century and represents the collective transportation goals of city and county governments, transit agencies, and TDOT. Its purpose is to identify how those partners intend to invest federal grants to improve city across Davidson, Maury, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, and Wilson counties.

The plan represents the region’s top priorities for state funding. Based on current funding levels authorized by U.S. Congress, the Nashville area is expected to receive approximately $8.5 billion over the next 25 years from federal transportation grants that are distributed by formula to states and metropolitan planning areas. This amount includes the required non-federal matching dollars for projects through 2040.

This map portrays conceptual alignments and potential projects identified as priorities in the current Regional Transportation Plan. These projects are subject to change through additional study and public input.

NOTE: As GNRC continues to integrate resources of the Nashville Area MPO, program information can still be found on the existing MPO website.