Limes scooters arrived on the streets (sidewalks) of Providence today.
Ruggerio vowed to introduce legislation next year “that removes some of the impediments to redeveloping the rest of our former highway land by granting more authority to the I-195 Commission, so the city doesn’t stand in the way of progress.”
A student was struck by a motorist while riding to school on the first day of a school bus drivers strike in Providence.
The Omni Groups plans a mixed-use development to reuse the abandoned Mt. St. Carmel Church on Federal Hill.
Providence’s bike-share system, operated by JUMP Bikes, has been up and running for about a week now. Here’s some details on the program from the Planning Department.
Plans for the future home of Farm Fresh Rhode Island are underway! On a recently purchased 3.2 acre site in the Valley neighborhood of Providence, we are developing the Rhode Island Food Hub. The Hub will provide aggregation and distribution of locally grown food and produce, production facilities, opportunities for nutrition education and job training, and retail markets for both the individual consumer and wholesaler.
The Providence Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Commission reviews plans for Bike Facilities Downtown and in the Jewelry District and along the Dean Street Viaduct and Pleasant Valley Parkway at their August 15th meeting.
The DRC reviews plans for building renovations on Fountain Street and at Kennedy Plaza at their August 6th meeting.
RIDOT to assess safety of bike path road crossings after a child was killed on the East Bay Bike Path in Bristol.
Bird electric scooters arrive in Providence.
New Attorney General’s office in Cranston makes it harder for people without cars to access services.
The Providence Journal reports on plans to convert the Old ProJo Building into a microsoft style hotel.
Suburban style, auto-oriented project proposed for Dean Street location north of Harris Avenue.
The Providence Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Commission reviews Capital Improvement Program Contracts 4 & 5, plans for the Gano Gateway, and pedestrian and bike coordination of the 6/10 Connector Project at their June 20th meeting.
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Today the City announced the transfer of the historic 1921 Bomes Theatre to local developer Fernando Tavares, who will oversee the complete renovation of the theatre into a mixed-use building, which will include retail, office, and reception facility space.
Developer Churchill & Banks made a pre-application presentation to the Downtown Design Review Committee on Monday or a planned building at 580 South Water Street.
The Providence Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Commission will review plans for Capital Improvement Program Contract 1 and Bike Share station locations at their meeting on May 16th.