Tennessean: Scooters, bike lanes and sidewalks: Where Nashville’s mayoral candidates stand on transportation

“We cannot afford to wait any longer,” Clemmons answered when asked if he would as mayor, dedicate revenue specifically for transportation infrastructure. If elected, he said in his first year in office he would do listening sessions throughout the county and conduct traffic studies. In his first term, there would be a revenue-generating referendum to address the “serious need of our community,” he said.


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