Congestion is expected as the Spring Hill Public Works Department works on the guardrails in the area of Port Royal Road and Buckner Lane this week.
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Local transportation officials voted on Monday in favor of developing a new plan for managing school time traffic.
City officials continue to work on justifying a new I-65 interchange to the Federal Highway Administration.
Spring Hill residents got their first look at a potential five-lane widening of U.S. Highway 31.
Spring Hill residents got their first look at the preliminary plans for a new mixed-use, live-work community proposed for 780 acres off of Buckner Lane, a property referred to as the Alexander Farm by city officials.
Next week, Williamson, Inc., is urging those who work and live in the county to participate in an active experiment of changing commute attitudes for one week.
Williamson County, Tennessee is thriving and growing. As a by-product of this growth, we must solve the traffic congestion on our roadways. Be…
In just a few weeks the Williamson County Chamber is hosting a Mobility Week, asking businesses in the area to participate in getting as many cars as possible off the roads during peak hours.
The old silo near Wilkes Lane will not be removed should plans for a new commercial development be approved, the developer confirmed Monday.
The Spring Hill Municipal Planning Commission voted Monday to deny the sketch plat application for a new Speedway gas station at the corner of Main Street and Miles Johnson Parkway. The reasoning behind the denial concerned inconsistencies and departures from approved preliminary plat for the project from March 2015. At Monday’s planning commission meeting, city …