INNOVATING TRANSPORTATION SOLUTIONS FOR MIDDLE TENNESSEE

INNOVATING TRANSPORTATION SOLUTIONS FOR MIDDLE TENNESSEE

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The TMA Group is a leader in customizing environmentally friendly, multimodal transportation solutions for employers and communities in Middle Tennessee. We are proud to operate VanStar, Franklin Transit and CMUTER employer solutions—as well as managing projects that promote air quality, minimize traffic congestion, and provide technology solutions for transit.

Vanpool

TMA offers online ride-matching
services aimed at eliminating congestion,
saving commuters money, and improving
air quality.

Local Transit

TMA partners with Franklin Transit Authority to manage and operate fixed-route transportation service and Transit On Demand curb-to-curb transportation service.

Employer Solutions

TMA designs engagement programs to provide the best overall total transit experience and value for our customers, communities, and transportation partners.

Carpool

TMA has created tools that encourage carpools and provide online ride-matching services. Carpools can help eliminate congestion, save money and improve air quality.

Technology

TMA uses innovative technologies to enhance the passenger experience by providing easy access to critical transit and community information.

Public Outreach

TMA designs engagement programs to provide the best overall total transit experience and value for our customers, communities, and transportation partners.

STREET TALK

A series of conversations with state and community leaders that explore the latest transportation issues, trends, and topics impacting Middle Tennessee.

Part 1 of our interview with Paul Degges, Deputy Commissioner & Chief Engineer for the Tennessee Department of Transportation.

We continue our interview with Paul Degges, Deputy Commissioner & Chief Engineer for the Tennessee Department of Transportation.

TMA PROJECTS IN MIDDLE TENNESSEE

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NEWS

California’s Bay Area offers progressive new employee programs to encourage sustainable commuting

The San Francisco Bay Area is stepping up efforts to encourage collaborations between employers and employees to reimagine how the workforce commutes. A new commuter benefit — telework — recently was adopted for Bay Area businesses with 50 or more full-time employees. The new policy allows telework one or more days a week for all…

Massive I-65 widening plan to ease congestion and provide a safer roadway

Ridesharers and drivers traveling in from Robertson and Sumner counties, as well as Kentucky, can expect orange construction barrels within the month as nearly 10 miles of Interstate 65 will be widened, improved and made safer, according to the Tennessee Department of Transportation. The planned widening will address congestion, improve safety and traffic operations and…

I-24 MOTION project aims to figure ways to keep traffic moving

Ever been caught in a traffic jam and then suddenly, you’re moving at full speed?  No wreck. No disabled vehicle. No construction. No obvious reason for the jam. These “phantom jams” are caused by instability in traffic flow and are highly aggravating, particularly if you’re trying to get to work. Now, the Tennessee Department of…

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