Nashville Has Big Plans For Mass Transit, Could Lead To Significant Growth
Though it seemed like a May 1 vote in Nashville that shot down mass transit for the city sealed the deal, it turns out mass transit is back on the table. Nashville Councilman Swope told News 2 that everything is back on the table as far as looking at creating a new plan for Nashville. Now, the City of Nashville is back at it with big plans for an extremely modern mass transit system. The vision includes light rails, commuter rails, and a larger bus fleet. They are even considering double stacked freeways and self driving buses! All of this means that progress might be in store for Nashville. As a property investor, you might pay attention to the area.
Nashville is already growing by over 100 people per day. Once mass transit is improved, the stretch of real estate for rental properties or homes increases along the same path. So, keep an eye on the plans for that mass transit and be ready to pounce once you know the areas that will be sure to grow as soon at the mass transit plans are completed.
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