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  2. Nashville council axes GOP convention bid; Milwaukee in line

    Nashville's metro council has dealt a likely final blow to proponents of bringing the 2024 Republican National Convention to the city, leaving Milwaukee as the almost-certain winner to host the ...

  3. Metropolitan Council of Nashville and Davidson County

    The Metropolitan Council is the legislative body of the consolidated city-county government of Nashville, Tennessee and Davidson County . The Council has 40 members, 35 of which are district council representatives, and five of which are council members at-large.

  4. Nashville Metropolitan Transit Authority - Wikipedia

    WeGo Public Transit is a public transportation agency based in Nashville, Tennessee. Consisting of city buses and paratransit, the system serves Nashville and Davidson County. Most bus routes serve the downtown transit station, Music City Central.

  5. Nashville metropolitan area - Wikipedia

    The Nashville metropolitan area (officially, the Nashville-Davidson–Murfreesboro–Franklin, TN Metropolitan Statistical Area) is a metropolitan statistical area centered around Nashville, Tennessee, the capital and largest city in Tennessee, in the United States.

  6. Metropolitan Nashville Police Department - Wikipedia

    The Metropolitan Nashville Police Department is the primary provider of law enforcement services for Metropolitan Nashville and Davidson County, Tennessee. The MNPD covers a total area of 526.1 square miles (1,363 km 2) that encompasses everything from high density urban locations to rural areas. Contents 1 History 1.1 Blue Lites

  7. Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools - Wikipedia

    Metro Nashville Public Schools, or MNPS, is a school district that serves the city of Nashville, Tennessee and Davidson County. More than 86,000 students are currently enrolled in the district's 73 elementary schools, 33 middle schools, 25 high schools, 18 charter schools, and eight specialty schools.

  8. Let's Move Nashville - Wikipedia's_Move_Nashville

    Of the $8.95 billion in funding for the plan, over 61 percent ($5.4 billion) would have been spent on light rail construction. $1.1 billion would have been used on buses, $934 million would have been appropriated for operations and maintenance, and $1.2 billion would have been used for debt repayment and interest. [40] Political debate [ edit]