Sign the Change.org petition urging the Governor and the Assembly to Save RIPTA.
Downcity, South Side, East Side, and more in today’s GC: Photos.
RIPTA Riders Rally followed by service reduction hearing in Providence.
Congress is expected to reauthorize the gas tax in September (do you think that will be a partisan fight?), Hubway bike share launches in Boston, pop-up malls, and more in today’s News & Notes.
Beer Garden at Burnside Park.
Apparently some terrible tragedy will befall our fair city if we allow cars to park on the streets between 2am and 5am.
There’s an alligator in the Woonasquatucket!
Liking flower grenades.
Wooly Fair, July 30th at the Steel Yard.
RIPTA service reduction hearings began yesterday in Newport and continue all week across the state.
Raquel Nelson’s sentence does not include jail time, first of 100-miles of protected bike lanes in Chicago, transportation as a human right, and more in today’s News & Notes.
Celebrate traditional Irish folk tunes with this young, energetic group at a concert in the Governor Henry Lippitt House Museum garden. Let the fiddle, flute, guitar and other traditional Irish instruments carry you away as Ivy Leaf performs upbeat, lovely and humorous songs and folk tales.
Heat, Route 195 demo, Brown, and more in today’s GC: Photos.
AIDS Care Ocean State seeks donations, especially summer clothing. Donation center on Elmwood Avenue is open Saturday 8am to noon.
Historic D.C., mixed-use development, federal transportation bill, and more in today’s News & Notes.
Cool off at our Virtual Cooling Center.
Public meeting on Downcity, Jewelry District, and Hospital District rezoning and development.
With the removal of traffic lights, the Weybosset Hill intersection has become safer, more efficient, and maybe even a little more civilized.