Moving in Harmony is an educational campaign to increase safety for all users of the road in Nashville. Mayor Karl Dean announced the program today at Riverfront Station as part of the unveiling of the Music City Bikeway.
- Moving in Harmony is an advertising and marketing campaign to address ways for motorists to drive safely on Nashville streets when sharing space with pedestrians and cyclists, while additionally educating cyclists and pedestrians on adhering to road rules ensuring their own safety.
- Over the past 10 years, Nashville has added 200 miles of sidewalks, totaling close to 1,000 miles of sidewalks citywide. Additionally, the city has 133 combined miles of bike lanes and shared routes.
- Moving in Harmony is supported through Nashville’s Communities Putting Prevention to Work Grant, which is funded by the Department of Health and Human Services in partnership with the Metro Public Health Department.
- More information is at http://www.nashvitality.org/movinginharmony.