Well said everyone. Ben Todd was such an admirable guy on so many different levels. One thing in particular that I really admired him for was his knack for consistantly making great ideas happen in a way that was hyper-inclusive. He was always extremely kind to me and was refreshingly unpretentious for someone in such a desireable social position. I thank God for Ben Todd today and mourn this confusing loss.
excuse me, (Bogotá)
I like the idea of the BRT because it allows for easier, faster, and cheaper expansion of the transportation system once the initial phase is implemented. We have clearly seen throughout Nashville's history that different urban centers and neighborhoods shift in popularity. IMO the less hard infrastructure we lay down, the easier it will be to shift the system's priorities to reflect the greater transportation needs throughout the city. I do wish there was more of a curb or something that would seperate the BRT lanes form the car lanes like they have in Bogata:
And really wish the system was more focused on providing transportation to more of the people who currently need it. Also, as accomplished in Bogata:
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