Rally Seeks Equity in R.I.’s Transit System

PROVIDENCE — Activists rallied across the street from the Statehouse on Friday to celebrate Rhode Island’s first Transit Equity Day. Originally scheduled for Feb. 4 but postponed to honor the […]

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Providence Celebrates Great Streets and Slower Speeds

PROVIDENCE — One week after Rhode Island Department of Transportation rescinded its threat of legal action over a new South Water Street bike lane, Mayor Jorge Elorza announced the city’s “Great Streets” are open for business and safer than ever.

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Transit Riders Look for Kennedy Plaza Plan to Support

PROVIDENCE — Kennedy Plaza serves as the start and end points to all bus routes around the state, but a plan favored by state transportation officials would break this central hub into smaller stops spread around downtown. It has received plenty of pushback.

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