Newport Bike Infrastructure Improvements Hit Bureaucratic Roadblock

NEWPORT, R.I. — Sixteen cyclists rode through Newport on Wednesday night to press the City Council for new bike infrastructure and safer streets — only for the proposed resolution to be met by a clerical roadblock.

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R.I.’s Compact Size Could Drive Transportation Reboot

The country’s smallest and second-most densely populated state provides more avenues to move people about without having to depend on cars. Transit advocates say it’s time Rhode Island takes advantage.

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RIDOT Offers Preview of Expansive I-95 North Project

It’s safe to say that if you’ve ever driven on Interstate 95 northbound near the mall, you’ve put your life in other people’s steering-wheel-gripping hands. This area, known as the Providence viaduct, had more than 1,000 vehicle crashes between 2009 and 2014.

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