This summer the Nashville Civic Design Center (NCDC) led an intensive three-week design camp that paired NCDC staff members with 15 students, all focused on creating plans to help make the Nolensville Pike community a safer and more cohesive place.
Check out the Nashville Civic Design Center App!
NCDC is proud to announce our own App! Features include program updates and highlighted speaker profiles, chances to connect with NCDC members, and more!
The app is currently under a “BETA” phase and will slowly introduce new features including enhanced:
Event Interaction with speakers and the audience.
Neighborhood and community feedback for NCDC projects.
Stay tuned for updates, and if you have any ideas or suggestions regarding the app, contact email@example.com.
Great insight on changing job categories in our largest cities, and a caution to rapidly changing cities like Nashville.
Over the past few years, more and more Nashvillians have been feeling the effects of the affordable housing crisis - and this has led to some great dialogue about how to ensure the city is accessible for all the people who make it a great place to live, work, and play.
Check out various volunteer opportunities that Transit for Nashville offers in support of the Transit Plan and help pass transit!
Vote May 1st, or save time by voting early! Here is a schedule for early voting and the locations you can vote!
Prefabricated platforms are helping cities experiment with bus infrastructure, without spending so much time and money.
Research finds a significant link between the walkability of a city and the health risk of the people who live there.