TMA – Media Release – April 23, 2015

TMA – 708 Columbia Avenue – Franklin, TN 37065 – 615-790-4005


Franklin, TN — Two public community meetings regarding the Cool Springs Multimodal Transportation Network Study will be held Tuesday, April 28: 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., with a light lunch available; and 4:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. with refreshments.

The meetings will be held at Cool Springs newest mixed use development: One Franklin Park, located at 6100 Tower Circle, Cool Springs at the corner of McEwen Drive and Carothers Parkway. Free parking is available on site.

The TMA Group on behalf of the Franklin Transit Authority will highlight the recommendations of the study and receive input from the community on the transportation opportunities in Cool Springs. The transportation study was conducted by TranSystems, a world-renowned leader in providing transportation solutions.

Comment cards will be available for those who prefer to make written statements. Written statements and other exhibits should be submitted no later than May 9, 2015, by email to, or by mail or in person to The TMA Group, 708 Columbia Ave, Franklin, TN 37064.

Persons with a disability or special needs, who require aids or services to participate at the meeting, may contact Mike Johnston at (615) 628-0260. If transportation is required for Franklin residents and employers, Transit on Demand (TODD) service is available. Reservations need to be made 48-hours in advance by calling (615) 628-0260.

About TMA

TMA is a regional leader in developing and providing innovative transportation solutions for employers and communities. Under contract with the Franklin Transit Authority, The TMA Group manages and operates Franklin’s public transportation service comprised of fixed route service, as well as TODD (Transit On Demand) curb-to-curb pre-arranged transportation service. Additionally, The TMA Group operates and manages on behalf of Williamson County, TN and the Regional Transportation Authority, the region’s commuter vanpool program, VanStar – A Better Commute, throughout 15 Middle Tennessee Counties; as well as the Clean Air Partnerships of Williamson and Rutherford Counties. For more information visit:

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