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Gabe Klein, Former Director, Dept of Transportation, Chicago / Washington, DC

Video: Gabe Klein speaking at the PPS Symposium

Transportation guru Gabe Klein gives an insightful look at how cities can make simple and effective changes to transportation policy and infrastructure to effect safety, livability and economic transformation. He spoke as a featured speaker at the 2014 Providence Symposium, produced by the Providence Preservation Society.

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Mayor Elorza’s Inaugural Address

“My parents came to this country to work in our factories and to strive for a better life. They chose Providence because this city offered the promise of steady work and it was a tolerant community that would embrace and welcome them. They came to work hard, and they made sacrifice upon sacrifice to build […]

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We officially have a new Mayor!

Jorge O. Elorza was sworn in at 12 a.m. today as Providence’s 38th Mayor. The private ceremony, which marked the official transition of power in the City of Providence, was held at Mayor Elorza’s home with family and friends. Probate Court Judge John E. Martinelli administered the oath of office.

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GC: Photos

East Bay, City Hall, waterfront, and more in today’s GC: Photos.

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School vacation activities at the Providence Children’s Museum

Providence Children’s Museum is the BEST place for school vacation fun! The Museum is open during vacation, Friday, December 26 – Friday, January 2, from 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM. Families explore Water Ways, an imaginative new water play environment, and join special activities all week long:

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Traffic changes coming to Exchange Terrace

The City of Providence today announced upcoming changes to the traffic pattern on Exchange Terrace. Beginning Monday morning, December 22, Exchange Terrace (East Approach to Exchange Street) will be changed to accommodate 2-way traffic. The remainder of Exchange Terrace will allow two-way traffic later in 2015 when improvements to Emmitt Square are completed.

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CNU Movie Night – December 17, 2014

This month at Aurora, enjoy thought provoking and inspiring short films showing how innovative cities around the world are creating livable streets and neighborhoods. What can Providence learn from these successes? The evening includes a brief open discussion after each video, plus free popcorn!

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