NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) – A program designed to make your neighborhood safer called Slow Streets may already be where you live. The latest version started on Monday. The first round of the program happened in the spring.
You may be seeing signs in your neighborhood. They’re going to be up for the next month to make drivers slow down and stop using neighborhood streets as cut-throughs.
News4 spoke with Jenn Woods who has called the Glencliff area home for almost four years.
Since the pandemic started, more people are out walking and biking...
Woods noticed her neighborhood is a cut-through for commercial vehicles.
"So, I'm pregnant and we go for walks and there's a ton of people that go on walks every day and we just want to feel safe,” Woods said.Continue reading