No Rhyme or Reason to Providence’s Bike Lanes, Paths

PROVIDENCE — The city only considers bike paths and lanes in situations where roadwork is planned and conditions are right. There currently is no protocol for identifying an area of bike-infrastructure need, and the city’s 7-year-old bike master plan is already out of date.

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Are Hydrogen Vehicles Part of the Solution?

Hydrogen-powered cars recently arrived in the United States, but it's unclear if the vehicles are good for the environment or if drivers will embrace them.

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Rail Rights of Way as Important as Bike Trails

Many miles of abandoned and underutilized rail routes in both Massachusetts and Rhode Island have been transformed into bike paths, commonly referred to as “rails to trails.” These popular projects are growing in number, and have broad support.

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