Nashville Voters Decide Fate Of Public Transit Plan That Could Reshape The City05:27
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Buses pull through the Music City Central transit station in Nashville, Tenn., in 2013. (Erik Schelzig/AP)
Buses pull through the Music City Central transit station in Nashville, Tenn., in 2013. (Erik Schelzig/AP)
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Voters in Nashville are deciding the fate of a public transit plan that could change the face of the city. The proposal, "Let's Move Nashville," calls for nearly $5.4 billion in spending for five new light-rail lines, 19 transit centers and four new rapid bus lines, among other initiatives.

Here & Now's Mina Kim learns more about the vote on what would be the largest civic project in the city's history from Tony Gonzalez (@TGonzalez), reporter for Nashville Public Radio.

This segment aired on May 1, 2018.

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