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RPM Transportation Consultants Joins KCI Technologies

To expand the capabilities of its transportation engineering services, RPM Transportation Consultants has joined with KCI Technologies.  KCI is a 100-percent employee-owned engineering, consulting, and construction firm serving clients throughout the United States.  RPM’s 21 employees will continue to operate out of the firm’s office in Nashville, Tennessee.

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46th Avenue North and Murphy Road Streetscape Project

RPM was part of the project team resulting in a new streetscape project for the Sylvan Park neighborhood, which includes on-street parking, wider sidewalks, a roundabout, and a plaza area along Murphy Road. This project is a great example of the importance of infrastructure to a dynamic and growing neighborhood.

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Tennessee DOT Approves New 25-Year Statewide Transportation Plan

In 2013, the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) retained a team of consultants, led by RPM Transportation Consultants, to assist in the update of the state’s long-range transportation plan. Over 20,000 public points of contact were recorded as part of the planning effort which was completed in 2015, prior to the passage of Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act).  Two products were ultimately produced, a 25-Year Policy Plan and the 10-Year Strategic Investment Plan.

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Nashville's Multimodal Mobility Study Completed

RPM was chosen to head the City of Nashville's Multimodal Mobility Study, which was completed in September 2014.  The study consisted of a total of 79 projects, policies, and strategies that established a mobility action plan for all modes of transportation in the Nashville region for the next ten years.

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Nashville's New Baseball Stadium

RPM was part of the team to bring Nashville a new ballpark. Located north of the capitol, the Sulphur Dell ballpark is the new home of the Nashville Sounds baseball team.

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NashvilleNext - City Plans for Future Growth and Development

NashvilleNext is a plan created by Nashvillians to guide how and where Nashville will grow in the coming 25 years.  This direction is based off of comments and conversations between community members over a three year period.

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City of Kingsport Implements Road Diet for Center Street in Downtown

RPM assisted the City of Kingsport with a "Road Diet" for a nine block segment of Center Street in Downtown Kingsport, Tennessee. 

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No Bike - No Worries 

Check out Nashville's B-Cycle stations around the city. B-Cycle is an inexpensive, healthy, simple, and convenient way to get around.

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City of Brentwood Begins Update to Community Comprehensive Plan

Click below to learn more about the City of Brentwood's "Brentwood 2020" update, which is the city's comprehensive plan for growth and development.

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City of Murfreesboro Approves New Greenways, Blueways, and Bikeways Master Plan

The City of Murfreesboro has approved a plan that is recommending the development of a total of 67 miles of off-road trails and 24 new trailheads over the next 25 years.

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NashVitality - How to Live Healthy, Active, and Green in Nashville

Check out Nashville’s healthy living campaign - NashVitality, which encourages healthy, active, and green communities throughout the city.

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Metro Nashville's Music City Bikeway Project wins 2013 TN ACEC Honor Award

RPM was part of the team to develop the Music City Bikeway (MCB), which is a continuous bicycle route that links Percy Warner Park to the west and Percy Priest Dam to the east.

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