Episode 1069

Rapid Transit or Rapid Chaos? | Episode 1069

The Music City Walk of Fame added one star in the ground from a famous Nashvillian who is not an artist. Nashville’s crowded weekend was full of music, beer conferences, and bad weather. Plus, Mayor Cooper’s fiscal year 2024 budget may include a faster way to get to the airport. But how long would that plan take?

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