Tennessee won’t be calling home to mom about its infrastructure report card this year.
The Volunteer State’s infrastructure received a C average from the American Society of Civil Engineers’s Tennessee division, according to a new report released Tuesday.
One bright spot for Tennesseans is that the nation as a whole is performing worse, as it received a D+ average in the ASCE’s 2013 nationwide report, which is the most recent year available for a nationwide average.
It was the Nashville area’s current hot topic, transit, that scored one of the state’s lowest grades — D+.
The report said there were some positive development’s in the state’s transit program before acknowledging trouble spots, such as the failure of the Nashville Amp, a proposed bus rapid-transit system that never got off the ground.
The report recommended solutions on how to improve Tennessee’s transit grade, such as (continue reading at Nashville Business Journal)