Mobility

General Services supports expanded mobility and greener transportation options. The department manages 49 electric vehicle charging ports in 17 locations, all of which are available for use free of charge. In addition, the Office of Fleet Management manages a consolidated city fleet including 13 electric Nissan LEAFs and 3,400 vehicles, more than half of which are flex fuel, CNG, or electric, contributing to less emissions and cleaner air.

Mobility News & Events

  • Improving Mobility in Nashville

    The average Nashville resident drives 34.7 miles per day and spends 34 hours per year sitting in traffic. Just 3% of our city’s residents travel to work primarily by transit, and less than 1% travel primarily on foot or bicycle.[i][ii]

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