In a world where you can get everything from dog treats to designer dresses delivered to your door, luxury car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz saw an opportunity.
Bowling Green will be hard to miss for the millions of people who travel Interstate 65 annually if the BeautifI-65 project is built as expected later this year.
Under the direction of community beautification group Operation P.R.I.D.E., the effort will include four-plank wooden fencing, colorful flags and landscaping at exits 22, 26 and 28, as well as building two gateway signs at exits 20 and 30 for drivers coming to the city from the south and north.
Rideshare prices surged as the Super Bowl ended on Sunday night — a one-way trip to South Beach from Miami Gardens reached $335 for an UberXL at 11:30 p.m. — but that’s not all that upset fans leaving Hard Rock Stadium.
It was the walking, the confusion and the lack of supply to meet their demand.
If there were ever any doubts that the seasonal SoKY Ice Rink had gained traction after four years of operation, the cold, hard numbers from the season that wrapped up Jan. 5 should put them to rest.
The seven-week season that featured both youth and adult hockey events and a popular skillet curling tournament along with plenty of special events and family skating accomplished something that none of the three previous seasons had: It finished in the black.
In response to a new California law that took effect at the start of this year and has the potential to upend numerous on-demand companies, Uber has pushed out changes for drivers in the state that would once have been unthinkable: capping service fees that go to Uber, boosting fare transparency and even testing the ability to set their own fare.
But other companies — including Uber’s biggest ride-hailing rival, Lyft — have been curiously silent, apparently opting for business as usual.
It’s become a four-letter word in Middle Tennessee.
Maybe it’s because drivers lose about 58 hours a year stuck in congestion. Or because Nashville drivers spend roughly 20% more than the national average commuting — more than $7,700 annually. Or, maybe traffic ticks people off because just one alert snarls the entire ride.
Whatever the case, Steve Glover, an at-large member of the Nashville Metro Council, weighs in, “traffic is horrendous, and we hate it!”
Glover also readily admits there’s a problem, and throwing more money at public transportation isn’t his answer.
Basketball star LeBron James and his company Uninterrupted are teaming up with ridesharing company Lyft to give thousands of young people across the country free access to bikes.
James said riding bikes gave him a sense of independence growing up as a kid in inner-city Akron, Ohio.
Nashville is home to some of the country’s best restaurants and this week, you can celebrate all the food Music City has to offer.
This week marks Nashville Originals’ annual Restaurant Week. Every January, several locally-owned restaurants offer special deals and unique dishes for one week.
Nashville’s airport saw 18.3 million travelers in 2019, registering a seventh year in a row of record-setting growth.
Nashville International Airport says the traveler total was an increase of more than 2.2 million compared to the 2018 calendar year.
Last year was the airport’s first to see an increase of more than 2 million passengers and its second to welcome more than 1 million passengers every month.
The Nashville Predators announced Tuesday morning the team has named John Hynes as the third head coach in franchise history.
“John Hynes is bright young coach and great leader who has a track record of both effectively developing young players and successfully motivating veterans,” Poile said. “We love his coaching resume and are confident that he has learned from every stop during his career, and has the best skill set to get the maximum potential out of our team.”