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2 hours ago, MLBrumby said:

Can't Nashville at least make an expansion of an urban streetscape at Top-50 priority?  That's just ridiculous... one mile from the Capitol. 

 

Seriously, has Nashville invested AT ALL in improving the pedestrian experience and the public realm in the past fifty years anywhere outside of downtown?  That streetscape is straight up embarrassing looking.  

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