PROVIDENCE — There is no date yet when Providence bike sharing will launch, but the program recently notched an important milestone.
NEWPORT, R.I. — A new bike shuttle will take cyclists across the Pell and Verrazano bridges every Saturday from June 20 through Oct. 13.
BRISTOL, R.I. — Roger Williams University students are working with Grow Smart Rhode Island and HousingWorks RI to pinpoint the opportunities and challenges of development along Rhode Island’s rail corridor and high-frequency bus routes.
PROVIDENCE — The new bike-share system is similar to the original concept but with a model akin to Zipcar, where riders pay a recurring fee as members with the privilege to rent the vehicles for an hourly charge.
PROVIDENCE — Rhode Island's first hydrogen filling station has been installed in a corner of the Stop & Shop parking lot on Branch Avenue.
Big changes are coming quickly to the transportation sector and Rhode Island wants to be ready for the world of driverless vehicles and other high-tech innovations coming to its roadways.
HAMDEN, Conn. — A recent announcement by the Federal Railroad Administration that the $1.1 billion Susquehanna River Rail Bridge Project on the Northeast Corridor in Maryland poses “no significant impact,” drew sharp rebukefrom Daniel Mackay, executive director of the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation.
The Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation recently sent a letter to Amtrak that asked the agency to clarify and reconsider its role in the controversial plan.
HOPKINTON, R.I. — The project never made much sense to the many opponents of the travel plaza/welcome center planned off Interstate 95. Their message recently got through to the Rhode Island Department of Transportation.
PROVIDENCE — State senators got few answers about a proposal to expand the Amtrak rail line in Rhode Island during a Feb. 28 conference call with federal officials.
PROVIDENCE — Removing the Plainfield Street on-ramp to Route 6 East, and indirectly Route 10 North and South, was touted as a victory for the Olneyville and Silver Lake neighborhoods, when the city’s Department of Planning and Development announced a compromise design for the 6-10 Connector with the Rhode Island Department of Transportation.
PROVIDENCE — The Drop-the-Bypass movement received an unexpected boost Jan. 25 when Gov. Gina Raimondo came out against a portion of the federal rail project that threatened open space and tribal land in Washington County.
PROVIDENCE — Electric vehicles are getting cheaper while incentives to buy them are multiplying, so, it’s likely no coincidence that sales are on the rise.
The most notable improvements are for highway users. First, the missing connection between Route 10 North and Route 6 West is, once again, included in the proposed design. Highway users and business owners from nearby Olneyville Square have universally demanded this connection