History

. “Concerned citizens uniting to advocate for thoughtful, responsible transportation decisions in the Southern Appalachians.” . WaysSouth traces its roots back to a number of small, community-specific groups that formed throughout the Southern Appalachians in early 2005. Area residents learned Read More

Newsroom

Action Alerts Media Releases In the News The WaysSouth Newsletter

How To Support WaysSouth

Get informed and involved. There are multiple ways you can help save the natural and cultural treasures of the Southern Appalachians by promoting sustainable transportation practices. Volunteer. Opportunities range from monitoring news sources for transportation related articles and coordinating events to Read More

Photo Galleries

  Corridor K from the Air . . . .. . .Goforth Creek, in the Cherokee National Forest (along Corridor K) . . . .. Cherokee National Forest from the Air . . . . . The Impact of Highways Read More

Events

. October 8, 2011 Celebration of our Successes in Stopping I-3 – Come Drive a Nail in the Coffin!

Issues

Rail Capacity WaysSouth endorses federal investment tax incentives to increase rail capacity for both passenger and freight services, and it supports balanced rail regulation that addresses both shipper and passenger concerns and allows railroads to thrive.  Why? Because it’s good Read More

Campaigns

We Stopped I-3 Reshaping Corridor K Monitoring US 441   In our efforts to preserve and protect the unique heritage and environment of Southern Appalachia by promoting sustainable transportation practices, WaysSouth is currently focused on several priority projects: We Stopped Read More

WaysSouth.org

About Us

WaysSouth “Working to preserve and protect the unique heritage and environment of the Southern Appalachians by promoting sustainable transportation practices.”.” The WaysSouth vision is a Southern Appalachian region whose natural beauty, environment, and heritage are recognized by all as its Read More