Two former Division of Statewide Planning employees say the biggest obstacle to improving transportation for those not in cars is the state’s attitude.
Rhode Island’s top elected officials like to claim they want to reduce climate emissions produced by the state’s transportation sector, but there is no accountability required and no consequences faced when guidelines and the law are ignored.
As the challenge of climate warming dogs us, the transportation sector is frequently overlooked as a key contributing sector. Opinion
KINGSTON, R.I. — The artifacts scattered about David Gregg’s office at the Rhode Island Natural History Survey provide a good idea of what he does for a living.
PROVIDENCE — Light poles and traffic lights are getting cluttered with electronic equipment and it’s expected to get more crowded as new wireless communication networks spread across Rhode Island.