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Working to build a more walkable, bikeable, and livable Nashville.

About Us

Since 1998, Walk Bike Nashville has worked to make Nashville more walkable, bikeable and liveable.

Vision: We envision a Nashville in which:

  • We have a comprehensive network of safe and accessible sidewalks, bikeways, and transit routes which all Nashvillians have access to, regardless of race or income; 
  • Nashville has zero transportation deaths and serious injuries; 
  • Nashville has a culture of walking, bicycling and transit use;
  • People are healthier and happier because of equitable transportation choices;
  • And our natural resources are protected by our transportation choices.

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  • Latest from the blog

    Vision Zero Speaker Series: Data Driven Decisions

    On Tuesday July 28th we hosted the 3rd webinar in our Vision Zero Nashville Speaker Series. The focus was data, and how cities can use data to inform their Vision Zero Action Plans and all of their transportation decisions. Our speakers included Angela Berry, P.E., Traffic Safety Program Manager for the City of Charlotte's Transportation Department; Rolf Eisenger, Vision Zero Program Manager for Denver's Transportation Department; and Dr. Chris Cherry, professor at University of Tennessee Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
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    New FixIt station in East Park

    Bike rack manufacturer Dero rewarded our status as an Advocate Dealer by donating a public bicycle repair station, complete with heavy-duty pump, for us to install. We decided that maximum community benefit would be achieved by installing it in East Park, a few steps from our office. Negotiations with Metro Parks about installing it coincided with an enquiry by a young volunteer named DJ, who looked more than capable of mixing the necessary concrete! Here are the details:
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