Police are investigating a hit and run in which three pedestrians, including a toddler in a stroller, were injured Monday afternoon.
During yesterday’s snow, rain, ice, cats, storm, the glacier at Westminster and the Service Road advanced back onto the sidewalk. Also, the steps to the City Administrative Building at 444 Westminster Street looked like this for way too long (as of lunch time, there was a pathway cleared).
Photo of snow piled onto the sidewalk along Westminster Street.
The Broadway Bridge sidewalks are clear of snow, but not everything around them is.
Yesterday morning, school was open but the sidewalk was not.
Providence DPW salting the sidewalk on the Broadway Bridge over Route 95 this morning.
In New York City the Department of Transportation shovels DOT owned sidewalks, in Providence…
Angelo’s sidewalks as always are cleared, and someone might have murdered a smurf.
Too often when construction takes place, sidewalks are simply closed. As seen in this Tweet from Portland Cityscape, it doesn’t have to be that way. New infill construction maintaining #sidewalk access on #seDivision, can we get these #detours elsewhere? @PBOTinfo pic.twitter.com/BWZiuo2o5X — Portland Cityscape (@PDXCityscape) December 1, 2013
The sidewalk outside the UCAP school is finally re-opened. Yay!
Yes, I see you have discounted parking, but parking on the sidewalk is free.
It is admirable to finish your phone call before you get on the road. But how about finishing it before your put you pick-up in reverse and back it up over the sidewalk?
You can’t park on Westminster Street in front of the Federal Building because, you know, terrorism. But it appears to be just fine to park right up against the building on the sidewalk at the rear.
You can’t just wrap your equipment in yellow tape and store it on the sidewalk for the night.
Oh, I’ll just turn around then. Somehow it was possible to ensure that the road would be open.