You can’t get there from here

In 195 Relocation Projectby Jef Nickerson3 Comments

Photo © katrinkles from Flickr Starting December 6th (weather permitting) the end of Route 195 and the reconnection of Downcity and the Jewelry District begins. All traffic on Route 195 eastbound will move to the new Iway alignment and old Route 195 (including exits 1 and 2) closes, for good. The RIDOT website has the rundown on what’s closing, what’s …

REBOOT: Dean Street Interchange and Viaduct

In Rebootby Jef Nickerson1 Comment

Click image to enlarge [box style=”red”]REBOOT is an occasional series of posts on GC:PVD where we identify areas of the city that display poor urbanism and propose ways to improve them. Our interventions may be simple and quite easily realized, or they may at times be grand and possibly take years or decades to complete. Either way, we hope they …

GC: Photos

In GC: Photosby Jef NickersonLeave a Comment

Flickr member e_pics added some of his photos to Greater City Providence’s Flickr Group. Below is one of them, click to make it big: f1rehead also kicked in some of his photos: Keep those photos coming!

GC: Photos: Pseudo_Work’s photos

In GC: Photosby Jef Nickerson1 Comment

Photo © Pseudo_Work from Flickr Pseudo_Work has submitted some of his photos to the Greater City Providence Group on Flickr, and I must say they are lovely. See his photos in our group and more of his photos by going to his profile. If you have photos of the greater Providence area you’d like to share, please join our group …

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Public meetings on Waterfront Park winning design

In 195 Relocation Project, Parks/Open Spaceby Greater City ProvidenceLeave a Comment

Executive Office, City of Providence, Rhode Island DAVID N. CICILLINE, MAYOR Date: May 22nd, 2007 For Immediate Release Contact: Karen Southern, Press Secretary (401) 421-2489 x 752 PRESS RELEASE WINNING DESIGN FOR PROVIDENCE’S NEW WATERFRONT PARKS THE FOCUS OF TWO PUBLIC MEETINGS Mayor Cicilline invites the public to provide additional feedback as winning design moves closer to implementation PROVIDENCE …