TDOT to Hold Public Meeting on Intercity Bus Needs

TDOT invites the public to a meeting to discuss intercity bus needs in Tennessee.

The Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) is conducting a Statewide Intercity Bus Needs Assessment to help determine the level of need and current utilization of intercity bus (ICB) transportation in Tennessee. As part of this process, TDOT is holding an outreach meeting with ICB stakeholders and the general public. The public’s participation in this meeting is critical to identifying unmet ICB needs and to discuss proposals for meeting those needs.

Intercity bus service is regularly scheduled bus service for the general public which operates with limited stops over fixed routes connecting two or more urban areas not in close proximity. These services have the capacity for transporting baggage carried by passengers and make meaningful connections with scheduled intercity bus service to more distant points, if such service is available. Examples of intercity bus services in Tennessee include Greyhound, Miller, and Napaway.

The public and stakeholder meeting will be held on Thursday, April 11, from 10 a.m. to noon via Zoom. Interested parties can join the meeting using the following link:

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