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Posted on: August 5, 2022

GNRC Seeking Public Comment on TIP and UPWP Amendments

GNRC is seeking public review and comment on the following item(s). Comments may be submitted in writing by email to Please include the document name in the subject line. Items will be posted for review at

  • Transportation (Unified) Planning Work Program (UPWP) – The UPWP provides information about how federal funds will be used between Oct. 1, 2022, and Sep. 30, 2024, for transportation planning activities across the planning area of the Nashville Metropolitan Planning Organization. A copy of the draft document will be available online for public comment between Aug. 3 and the public hearing scheduled in conjunction with the TPB meeting on Aug. 17. 
  • Amendments to the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) – The TIP is a short-range program of grants made available to roadway and transit projects across the Nashville metropolitan area from the Federal Highway Administration and Federal Transit Administration. The TIP satisfies the public participation requirements for the program of projects for WeGo Public Transit, the Franklin Transit Authority, and the Murfreesboro Rover. A public hearing is scheduled in conjunction with the TPB meeting on Aug. 17. 

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